We’d like you to take five minutes to tell us about Election Coverage you did in your community. ACM is compiling a survey of PEG community television operations around the country that will be published early next year.
San Jose Community Media Access Corporation (DBA “CreaTV San Jose”) is a non- profit 501(c)3 corporation that manages the public and education access operations in the City of San Jose. Public and Educational access channels are cablecast on Comcast in San Jose.
Meridian Charter Township is seeking a highly energetic, organized, and self-motivated individual to serve as the Senior Television Production Manager/Technical Specialist for the Communications Department serving Okemos, Haslett, and some East Lansing residents.
I have just come back from the National Board Meeting for the Alliance held in New York this past weekend, grateful for the hospitality of the community media centers in NYC and inspired by the work I’ve seen them do. I am just as impressed by the energy and dedication of the National Board to do two things I think are vital for the future of PEG community media:
Access Fort Wayne is hiring a Program Director. Create a unique minute-by-minute playback schedule for every day of the week for two Public Access channels. Click here to learn more!
BRIC is the community access television organization for Brooklyn and they are currently searching for a Production and Facility Assistant. Click here to learn more.
It may seem to be a cliché when you hear the words “Elections Have Consequences,” but it may be very true for the 2014 Elections and PEG community television.
You may still be in a post-sugar rush from Halloween festivities in your neck of the woods. I hate to tell you this, but there were a couple other surprises in the last week or so from the FCC – it’s just not clear if they were tricks or treats.
Read Mike Wassenaar’s recap from his visit to the Alliance for Community Media West Region conference in Ventura, California this past week.
What would you like us to research and present for you, other staff, your Board or council members in the coming year? So what would you like us to teach? To research? Who would you like to hear from? We’ll publish a list of Webinars for both members and non-members early in 2015 so you can plan for – and we can promote – the opportunities ahead.