The FCC’s Open Internet order last week is welcome news to independent media and to PEG access producers and production centers across the U.S., and the Alliance for Community Media applauds the action.
The Call for Entries for the Hometown Media Awards is now open!
The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) is issuing its call for entries for the Hometown Media Awards. Previously named the Hometown Video Awards, the name change to Hometown Media Awards reflects the wider array of media being used by Public, Educational, and Governmental (…)
ACM members are continuing our Congressional outreach campaign this spring. As part of that work, I am asking members to reach out to members of Congress and plan visits to district offices in March and April.
The MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center is dedicated to education and media production. The Youth Media Center at the Firehouse offers educational programs and opportunities for young people to produce shows for the Youth Channel (YC) that are cablecast on MNN channels.
Ho’ike: Kauai Community Television, Inc. is hiring a full time Media Education Coordinator.
I was saddened to hear this week about the death of Paul Berg. Paul has been a long-term presence in community media in Massachusetts and led the development and growth of NEW TV in Newton for many years.
Orion Neighborhood Television, located in Lake Orion Michigan, is looking for qualified candidates to fill two positions.
ACM has announced their exhibit and sponsorship packages for the 2015 Annual Conference. See what is new this year!
Since it’s Groundhog’s Day – and it’s cloudy here in Washington DC – the optimist in me thought it would be good to help you plan for some events coming up this Spring! Remember spring?
The 2015 Hometown Media Awards are now accepting entries! Deadline to submit is April 20th. Learn more!