BRIC is seeking full-time Editor/Associate Producer.
I’m really excited to hear from the 2016 ACM Leadership award winners at this year’s National Conference in Boston. They represent a true commitment to community, and both long term service and new spirit in our field.
Senator Edward Markey is the winner of this year’s Koning-Stoney Award for his continued service to communities across the country as well as his native Massachusetts. The Senator has long been a leader in national telecommunications policy and a strong advocate for PEG community media.
Part-time, sub position. Assist in conceptualization and implementation of design elements and determine that websites meet usability requirements, as well as established ADA requirements. Ensure compatibility with various platforms and monitors as well as ease of navigation. Monitor and update current websites and hypertext links.
The employee in this class reports directly to the Manager of MCTV & Library Communications. This position primarily works on the productions of videos for the City of Midland’s government access cable TV channel, Midland Government Television (MGTV) and the City of Midland’s social media platforms
We are now accepting nominations to join the 2016-2017 ACM/F-ACM National Board of Directors. Click here for more information and to send in your nomination today!
As in Twenty Two Million Dollars.
That’s the amount of money the cable industry spent in the first three months of this year on its lobbying efforts according to the New York Times. Columnist Cecilia Kang wrote this week about the industry’s effort to stop the FCC from deregulating the set-top-box market.
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us.
Today is the last day of our campaign to send people to the ACM National Conference and Trade Show in Boston, MA this August as part of our Grassroots Scholarship Fund!
The Pasadena Community Access Corporation (Pasadena Media) is a non-profit Operating Company of the City of Pasadena with a City Council appointed 11-member Board of Directors and serves as the umbrella organization for the City’s Public, Education and Government (PEG) cable access channels. Pasadena Media has an annual operating budget of approximately $1M, mostly funded by Pasadena City Council approval.
I know you’re starting to plan your summer – and we want you to join us at the biggest community media gathering in the country at the ACM National Conference and Trade Show in Boston August 18-20. Registration is open now and you can get a peek at the schedule on our website and take advantage of early-bird and member discounts for the show. It’s going to be great!