CMCM Updates

CMCM now open for an additional hour on Saturdays

Effective immediately, the Community Media Center of Marin's Saturday hours
will match our Friday hours -- 11 AM to 6 PM.

This means that CMCM will be open for an additional hour on Saturdays.

It also means that Studio reservations will be in three-hour blocks -- from
11 AM - 2 PM or 3 - 6 PM.

Thank you for supporting CMCM.

What the heck is on anyway?

UPDATE 11/2/16 Yes - it's all working now. We have worked the kinks out with the new provider and the Guide does reflect the weekly schedule submissions. There is one exception, our Government channel changes nearly every day with additions so the guide but not be 100% accurate - but our web schedule always is: CH 27: http://cmcm.tv/gov-schedule

If you've been using the Guide on Comcast to find our programming, you've probably found it very confusing in recent weeks. We've been working with Tivo/Rovi on fixing the random errors for a couple months now and were just informed this week that Comcast had actually moved that service to another vendor entirely. Surprise! So, now we're working with the new vendor on the problems (once they return from their vacation that is). Yes, frustrating to be sure, but only a small part of our daily joy.

The best place to see what's actually on has always been our online schedules which are live up to the minute updates of what's being scheduled:
CH 26: http://cmcm.tv/community-schedule
CH 27: http://cmcm.tv/gov-schedule
CH 30: http://cmcm.tv/edu-schedule

Sesiones Informativas

El Centro de Medios Comunitarios de Marín (Community Media Center of Marin) y Los Servicios Comunitarios de San Rafael se complacen en anunciar las sesiones informativas en español acerca de los medios comunitarios qué se ofrecen en el condado de Marín. Las sesiones informativas, qué se realizaran al fin de Marzo y el principio de Abril, tienen la intención de informar a los residentes hispanohablantes acerca de los medios comunitarios y recursos qué ofrece el Centro de Medios Comunitarios de Marín.

En CMCM nuestro compromiso es a ofrecer nuestros servicios en una manera equitativa a todos los residentes, organizaciones, instituciones educativas y agencias gubernamentales de todo el condado de Marín. Los medios comunitarios se enriquécen con la participación de residentes de todos los orígenes y lenguas.

Ayúdenos a difundir la información acerca de las sesiones informativas qué se realizaran en el Centro Comunitario Albert J. Boro para hacer qué los medios de comunicación de la comunidad sean accesible para las personas qué no hablan inglés.

Miércoles 26 de Marzo de 7 a 9 pm
Sábado 5 de Abril de 2 a 4 pm
Admisión es gratis
Albert J. Boro Centro Comunitario

Youth Exploring Sea Level Rise Science

We're excited to share with you the short documentary created by youth leaders from the YESS project.

In partnership with the County of Marin, Canal Welcome Center, and the Community Media Center of Marin, high school students created a bilingual English-Spanish video about flood vulnerability and how youth can lead efforts to address climate change.

Available on the Education Channel Comcast Channel 30 | AT&T Channel 99 and online at http://cmcm.tv/liveedu on the following dates:

Monday, August 1 | 6 PM
Wednesday 3 | 6:30 PM
Sunday, August 7 | 1 PM 

Orientation Tuesday, March 5th 7pm

Attending a CMCM Orientation is the first step in becoming a member of CMCM. Membership is necessary in order to take classes and receive the necessary certifications for using CMCM equipment and facilities. Orientations are FREE and open to all Marin County residents and organizations. Orientations are held at our facilities at 819 A Street in San Rafael on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.

Register here: http://www.cmcm.tv/orientation

CMCM in Marin Magazine

Join the wave of people-powered media!

Here is a great sidebar article from Marin Magazine's April issue. Be sure to pick up a copy and share with your friends.

Check out the online version in the meantime.

Stand-Up Comedy on Marin TV

Get ready for a laugh riot when Marin TV televises a live-to-tape comedy show on Monday, October 26 at 10 PM. "MarINSANITY" will feature Bay Area comedians performing in front of a live studio audience. No joke!

Marinsanity

Honor and celebrate Ed’s life and legacy

With great sadness, we share the news that our dear friend Ed Dudkowski passed away Tuesday, September 26.
A beloved director, writer, producer, and innovator in the Bay Area as well as in national communities, Ed spent his final hours surrounded by his loving family. Friends and colleagues continue to express a profound sense of loss and outpouring of love. 

CMCM invites our creative community to honor and celebrate Ed’s life and legacy on Saturday, November 25 at 2 PM at the Corte Madera Recreation Center, 498 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera.

Bring in Three, Yours is Free!

If you get three of your family members, friends, or work colleagues to attend Orientation and become new members of CMCM, you’ll be rewarded with your own free one-year membership.

Fidel is Fidel - Photography & Film Documentary Exhibit

Commemorating Fidel Castro’s 90th birthday, renowned photographer and filmmaker Roberto Chile has created a traveling photo exhibition and a documentary film about the public and private persona of the Cuban hero during these later years.

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT • December 1st through the 31st.

DOCUMENTARY SCREENING: All Guantanamo is Ours • December 1st, 7pm

ARTWALK RECEPTION • December 9th, 5-8 PM with "Fidel is Fidel" film at 6:15 pm.

Two issues stand in the way of a fundamental improvement in U.S.- Cuban relations: “...the blockade has to be lifted and the territory occupied by the Naval base in Guantánamo has to be returned.”

Guest Speakers: Jane Franklin, author, Cuba and the U.S. Empire: A Chronological History (2016); and Alicia Jrapko and Bill Hackwell of the International Committee for Peace, Justice, and Dignity

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