Wolfeboro Community Television Inc. (WCTV) is a non-profit Operating Company of the Town of Wolfeboro and New Durham with a 9-member Board of Directors and serves as the umbrella organization for the Town’s Public, Education and Government (PEG) cable access channels.
The Community Media Center (CMC) of Carroll County, Maryland (Westminster, MD) is seeking an Executive Director who can achieve its vision and guide the organization for longterm success.
The El Barrio Firehouse staff consists of a ten-person team working in a collaborative and organized environment. MNN seeks a Production Facilitator to join the team to assist the public in the use of MNN’s video production equipment, training, and preparing programs for cablecast.
The Production & Studio Manager manages the public’s use of MNN’s video production services and is responsible for the operation of the studios. Reporting directly to the Firehouse Director, the person in this position will also participate in overall planning to further the El Barrio Firehouse’s strategic and operational goals. The position requires evening and weekend work hours.
MNN’s Youth Media Center is seeking a Lead Youth Producer to coordinate, lead and oversee the production of youth-oriented media that educates, informs and inspires. The media is intended for distribution on MNN channels and social media. Reporting directly to the Manager of Youth Programs and Outreach, the 35-hour per week position includes work on Saturdays and some evenings.
LIAA seeks an experienced television and video production manager with advanced leadership and strategic thinking skills. LIAA’s UpNorth Media Center Station Manager is the lead worker and project manager for northwest Lower Michigan’s only public-access and government-access television stations.
WCAC seeks a part-time News Assistant to shoot local events and edit news stories for Waltham Newswatch, a 30-minute weekly news program about the city.
Thank you again to all of our 2016 Hometown Media Awards participants! We are proud to announce the winners of the competition! Please click on the header to view the list of winners.
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.