CMCM Updates

Ask the Experts - "DIY Voice-Over Narration" - Wednesday, June 20 (6:30 -8:30 PM)

Ask the Experts

Enhance videos with the magic of narration! Voicetrax instructor and working V/O artist Vicki Baum leads a lively interactive session that will give students the opportunity to explore their own narration abilities.

Free for CMCM members. Non-member fee of $25 includes a one-year membership to CMCM and FREE admittance to all events in the series.

Sign up today at cmcm.tv/asktheexperts

Coming Up

Introduction to Adobe After Effects | June 27 6:30 - 8:30 PM:

Make your videos outstanding with animation! Digital video & graphics specialist Lance Scott breaks down the industry’s application of choice for digital visual effects, motion graphics, and compositing.

CMCM announces youth sports broadcasting program with San Rafael Pacifics

The Community Media Center of Marin will be partnering this summer with Dominican University and the San Rafael Computer Clubhouse to offer a sports broadcasting program for high school and college students, covering live San Rafael Pacifics baseball games.

Space is limited and priority will be given to early registrants - visit http://cmcm.tv/camp for more information!

If you are interested in underwriting opportunities for this unique program, please contact CMCM.

Sports Broadcasting Camp 2016

Registration for the 2016 Sports Broadcasting Camp is now open! To find out dates and more info, visit our CMCM Sports page. To sign up now, register here.

Join the Community Media Center of Marin, and the San Rafael Pacifics for the most hands-on, real-life professional production training available to students in the Bay Area. All participants will learn camera operation, directing, multi-camera switching, on-screen graphics, scorekeeping, and audio mixing, while simultaneously providing live TV coverage of select baseball games to Pacifics fans.

Register here.

Celebrate Earth Day at CMCM on April 22 (11 AM - 4 PM)

Marin Artists International Network invites you to celebrate Earth Day 2018 at CMCM!

Catch a screening of the feature film, A Fierce Green Fire, as well as a Q&A by the producers GMO Education and the People's Environmental News. Enjoy vegan refreshments, live music, arts & crafts and more!

Sunday, April 22 from 11 AM to 4 PM

Tickets available at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3388395

For more information, call (415) 339-1378

Introducing the Marin TV Man!

Welcome, Marin Teevee!

A colorful new character is on the scene to celebrate the Community Media Center of Marin’s 10th Anniversary. Tune into Marin TV where you’ll see this cool media icon in CMCM’s latest informational video, a music video, and in a variety of whimsical station IDs. As CMCM’s 10thAnniversary season unfolds, Marin Teevee will also make in-person appearances at local events. Stay tuned!

Check out his music video debut, "Go to Marin TV!": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yK1N9eBI5-M

CMCM's Producer Spotlight

How long have you been a member of CMCM?

Since it's inception. Plus 9 years on the Media Advisory Committee to the MTA advising on the creation of CMCM

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:

Marin Women's Hall of Fame
Marin History Museum
Goldenagers
Various Specials

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:

MWHF – Interviews with honorees
Marin History Museum – Shows on various Marin history topics
Goldenagers – Growing old with vitality

Where were you born?

Norwich, Connecticut

Where were you raised?

Jewett City, Connecticut

If you attended college ... What was the name of the school? What was your major?

University of Oklahoma – Broadcasting – Outstanding Broadcasting Award 1963
San Bernardino Valley College – Telecommunications – Outstanding Telecom student Award 1965
San Francisco Francisco State University – Class of 1967 – Broadcast Communications Arts – Outstanding BCA student award 1967

What is/was your occupation? How long have you been in this profession?

Marin Ventures | Exhibit Reception: May 11 at 6 PM

Marin Ventures

This month in our Georgia Annwell Gallery Space, we are proud to display selected artwork from San Rafael's Marin Ventures program.

Please feel free to visit the exhibit any time during our normal business hours.

Exhibit Reception: Friday, May 11 at 6 PM

For the past 25 years, Marin Ventures has been striving to help intellectually and developmentally disabled adults seek independence, personal growth, and community integration. Instructors provide participants with the opportunity to work in a variety of mediums, including drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, textiles, photography, and videography.

Learn more about Marin Ventures here: http://www.marinventures.org/

On Display From April 14 - May 31

Closed for Maintenance Week | Dec 24 - Jan 1

CMCM will be closed for "Maintenance Week" Monday, December 24 thru Tuesday, January 1. Equipment cannot be checked out or in during this time period, so please plan your reservations before or after this period. Happy Holidays!

Want a Free Marin TV T-Shirt?

Please take a moment to tell us what you think about our current roster of non-core workshops. Just click here, complete the short survey, tell us your name, and -- as a reward -- you'll get a cool Marin TV T-shirt to wear all summer long!

Support Marin TV This Holiday Season!

"Giving Tuesday" starts the Holiday Giving Season. Please consider helping us grow Marin TV as a vital source for local media!

The Community Media Center of Marin has been working hard for over 7 years, starting as a scrappy DIY Media Center to become an increasingly vital resource to the residents of Marin. With our Marin TV channels, we are an enabler for government transparency, bringing your local and county government officials right into your living room. Our educational channel gives you learning resources you can’t get elsewhere and provides our schools and students a vehicle for sharing their projects with the community. Our community channel gives everyone in Marin a voice without the threat of censorship. It’s truly the only First Amendment TV. And our media center gives all residents the training they need to produce their own programs with free access to the tools of production and distribution. The center also provides a space where Marin artists come to share their work, films, and voices with the community.

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