Community Media News

Patricia Hartigan

How long have you been a member of CMCM?

I first joined CMCM as a Producer back in the ‘90s, and became too busy to be active. I renewed membership in 2010 and became re-certified on the “new” digital cameras/new production studio.

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:

“Land Water and Sky”: Paint-along with Bernie Healey

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:

Marin artist Bernie Healey demonstrates how to create beautiful acrylic landscape painting using a paint-along step-by-step process.

Where were you born?

Boston, MA

Where were you raised?

Boston MA and suburb Billerica MA

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

Catherine Laboure College of Nursing; Boston College; RN/NursingLincoln University Law School SF (Law)

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

RN/attorney; Hypnotherapist/energy healer

What inspired you to produce your own TV series?

I had a dream to video my art teacher, Bernie Healey, painting his acrylic art landscape demonstrations and create a series.

What is your favorite part of TV production?

"Searching for Soundtracks" returns TONIGHT

Back by popular demand! In case you missed this "Ask the Experts" presentation, CMCM is reprising "Searching for Soundtracks" TONIGHT -- Tuesday, January 12 (6:30 - 8:30 PM). Join Justin Russell via Zoom as he shares tried and true methods for finding the best music bed for your project – often at no cost! "Justin did a great job … and deserves to be seen and heard again on this important topic." (Katie P., San Rafael). Free for CMCM members. To register, email jill@marintv.org

Marin TV Producers: Submit Your Work for the 2014 Hometown Media Awards!

The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) has issued its call for entries for the Hometown Media Awards. The submission deadline is Wednesday, April 30th — just over two weeks away.

The Hometown Media Awards honor and promote programs created for our local community television channels. Awards are presented to creative programs that address community needs, develop diverse community involvement, challenge conventional commercial television formats, and move viewers to experience television in a different way.

This year’s Hometown Media Awards will be presented at a dinner celebration on Thursday, August 7, 2014 in Philadelphia, PA. The Hometown Celebration is held during the Alliance’s annual conference which is attended by community media professionals, producers and advocates.

All of us at CMCM have been very impressed with the programs seen on Marin TV over past year - take this opportunity to show your work on a national stage! To submit your work, click here. Good luck to all!

RockSteadyFest FRIDAY & SATURDAY

RockSteadyFest presents Virtual Concerts of area musicians on Marin TV Channel 30. Tune in!

An Epic Youth Concert will be shown on Friday September 25 at 7 PM. Featured performers for this local youth concert will include Angel Amador, Josh McGuiness with Ciara Rooke & Will Eisenberg, Rai Zjobe & Susan Zelinsky, Lizzie Lamorte, Kariana Edrington, Sami Weibel & Andreas Psychoyos, Tom Finch & Kimi Keating.

Bay Area musicians Kevin Griffin, Fordham Murdy (aka the Reverend Freakchild, and Cole & Miki Tate will be showcased on Saturday, September 26 at 6 PM.

RockSteadyFest believes Recovery and Healthy Living and Having Fun are the best ways to handle stress during these hard times, and want to remind everyone that they are not alone. Join us in Celebration of Recovery Month and Support Your Local Artists.

Marin TV Studio back in production!

Lights!  Cameras!  Action!  The Community Media Center of Marin is pleased to announce the re-opening of the Marin TV production studio effective immediately.
 
Studio-certified CMCM members are welcome to reserve the Studio during regular “block” periods  – Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays from 2 – 5 PM or 6 – 9 PM; Fridays and Saturdays from 11 AM – 2 PM or 3 – 6 PM.
 
Reservations must be made on CMCM’s new content management system – RueShare.  Please email jill@maraintv.org to receive a “Member Invite” that will enable you to activate your RueShare account and begin using the new CMCM reservation system.
 
The studio will operate at 50% capacity.  No more than three people in the Control Room; no more than three people in the Studio.  Social distancing will be enforced.  Mask wearing will also be required, except for talent appearing on camera.
 
Please note that COVID pandemic protocols will be strictly enforced in compliance with California State and Marin County guidelines.  Members will have their temperature taken at the door, and anyone with a measured temperature of 100.4° F (38° C) or greater will not be allowed entrance. 
 

"Ask the Experts" series kicks off Thursday, September 3

They're b-a-a-a-c-k! Specialists share information and insights about all things media in CMCM's popular "Ask the Experts" series of master classes. For the first time, these presentations will be offered via Zoom.

Thursday, September 3 (6:30 - 8:30 PM)

COPYRIGHTS/FAIR USE/CREATIVE COMMONS
Can you use pre-existing material in your video? If not, why not? If so, to what extent? Community Media Center of Marin Executive Director Michael Eisenmenger explains the terminology and offers welcome clarity to these often confounding topics.

"Ask the Experts" are free to CMCM members. Non-member registration of $25 includes a year-long membership to CMCM and free admittance to all "Ask the Experts" presentations in this series. Register at www.cmcm.tv/asktheexperts

Bruce Burtch Photography

The Community Media Center of Marin presents "Bruce Burtch Photography," a virtual photo gallery on exhibit through June 30.

"Over the past nearly 50 years, a high-quality Canon camera was never far from my side," says Burtch, who has been called the "Father of Cause Marketing" and currently serves as executive director/producer, pro bono, of Social Impact Productions, a nonprofit organization focused on producing educational and socially impactful communications.

"Whether splattered with sand from climbing a dune in Death Valley, dust-covered from a dry Native American pow wow, or the tragedy of dropping my best camera into the ocean (a total loss), this wonderful hobby has allowed me to find miraculous beauty in far-off places and my own backyard.  The following is but a sample of what my eyes have witnessed and my camera has captured."

View Bruce Burtch Photography, by clicking HERE

Drake High School Graduation LIVE on Marin TV Friday, June 12 (2:30 - 6:00 PM)

Congratulations, Pirates!

The Sir Francis Drake High School Class of 2020 isn't letting the COVID-19 pandemic ruin their graduation plans. Seniors will receive their diplomas in an innovative "Drive Through" ceremony at the school on Friday, June 12 from 3:00-6:00 PM

Respecting social distancing protocol, Principal Liz Seabury, with Assistant Principals Chad Stewart and Nate Severin, will pass out diplomas to graduates, who will demonstrate their Drake Pride as they step out of their cars dressed in green caps & gowns.

Drake's ComAcad students will crew the production under the supervision of instructors John MacLeod (Director at XRLibraries and Marinovation Learning Center) and Omid Shamsapour (Director of Education & Production at the Community Media Center of Marin). The ComAcad team will then be assigned a Summer project to edit the live footage and create a final graduation piece later in the year. Stay tuned!

Ask the Experts: Finding the Humor in Life TONIGHT April 22

The first stand-up comedian to perform virtually online, Natasha Vinik knows a thing or two about being funny. In "Finding the Humor in Life," she'll share her point of view — and valuable pointers — about how to find levity in your own life — especially during challenging times.

This "Ask the Experts" master class will be presented Thursday, April 22 (7:00 – 8:30 PM) via Zoom.

"Ask the Experts" are free to CMCM members. Non-member registration of $25 includes a year-long membership to CMCM and admittance to all "Ask the Experts" presentations in this series. Register at www.cmcm.tv/asktheexperts.

Calling all Marin high school students!!

Register your team to participate in the first ever MARIN SCHOOL OF THE ARTS FILM CHALLENGE!

The MSA Film Challenge is based on Cinemasports, the global phenomenon during which teams have 10 hours to complete a movie with a list of ingredients. Finished movies screen the 11th hour, that very night. For Example, can different teams complete a short movie during daylight hours that includes an English teacher, a tattoo, and a lost lover?

The MSA Film Challenge will begin at 9am at the Novato High School Performing Arts Building, where teams will receive the list of ingredients for their films. The teams then set off to write a script, shoot, and edit their film in time for the 7pm screening time.
Registration is free and teams may be comprised of as many students as they desire. Individuals may also register and be assigned to a team the day of the event.

Register Here

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