Montgomery College, Office of Communications, has the need for an outgoing, creative and professional communicator in the role of full time, bilingual MCTV Producer/Director I to serve as a Multicultural Content Producer, position #S05095, on the Rockville Campus.
Local-access cable shows are sharpening their focus- Public-access programs sharpen with advances in technology, funding
Read article by Steven A. Rosenberg, “Local-access cable shows are sharpening their focus- Public-access programs sharpen with advances in technology, funding”
Webinar: “PEG media implications in the Comcast Time Warner Charter deals” Monday, May 12, at 3pm ET
The ACM Webinar series is a free benefit of ACM membership. The next one is on “PEG media implications in the Comcast Time Warner Charter deals”, and starts Monday, May 12, at 3pm ET. ACM’s Public Policy Advocate Mike Wassenaar will lead the discussion.
Learn more about the sponsorship and exhibit options available at the upcoming 2014 Joint ACM and NAMAC Conference!
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The Foundation of the Alliance for Community Media (ACM) will welcome members of the community to a free Youth Media Summit on February 27, 2013. The summit addresses funding, education, and policy and community building issues as they relate to digital and news literacy training for Minneapolis youth.
Hometown Media Award winners to be announced this week!
The Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow with expertise in Latin American or Caribbean community media.
“The Board of Directors brings strong leadership skills and knowledge of the industry to benefit the entire ACM membership,” said Sylvia Strobel, ACM Executive Director. “I look forward to working with this talented group of professionals to advance ACM’s mission.”