McMinnville Community Media

Comcast Channel 11 • Frontier Channel 29 • McMinnville, Oregon

Your Community TV Station
Recording a Concert
Producers' Roundtable
Remote Production Crew
Inside MCM's Mobile Unit
Field Camera Certification
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Saturday, April 19, 2014
9:00 AM
Yamhill County Native Plants: Forest Oak Savannah
10:00 AM
Classic Arts Showcase
12:00 PM
Wright and Rude at the MCM Grand
1:00 PM
Emergency Preparedness with Eric Holdeman
2:30 PM
Legal links: Aging Parents
3:00 PM
St. John Lutheran Church Service
4:00 PM
SEA-inside: Harvest and Knowledge
4:30 PM
First Baptist Church Service
5:30 PM
Bethel Baptist Church Service
6:30 PM
MCM Community Announcements
7:00 PM
One Poem A Day: Samantha Jordan
7:05 PM
Answers for the Questions of Life
8:00 PM
Yamhill County Historical Society: Hoover-Minthorn House Museum
9:00 PM
Yamhill County Native Plants: Forest Oak Savannah
10:00 PM
Arts Alive: Perrin Xnthora
10:30 PM
Speaking Frankly: Don Van Etten
11:00 PM
News & Views: Bill Post & Kim Thatcher
11:30 PM
Road to Recovery: Speak Up, Reach Out!
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Council Control Room
Council Control Room

City Council on MCM-TV

MCM-TV staff has been working with City officials and an equipment vendor to design and install a video system at McMinnville's Civic Hall. City council meetings had been televised on the local McMinnville Cable channel many years ago, and MCM is excited to be a part of the renewed effort to share government information with viewers.

Camera Installation
Camera Installation

With the completed installation this month, MCM-TV will begin broadcasting these regular meetings every Wednesday at 9:00am & Thursday at 7:00pm. This is terrific content for the community and we cannot wait to share it with you.

Learn more about council meetings or productions.

What's Happening?

McMinnville Short Film Festival

The news has just released about McMinnvilles 2014 Annual Short Film Festival. While the deadline is still months down the road, this is a great opportunity to begin thinking about your project.

The categories are broad and you can choose from some such as: Documentary and Informational, Animated or Stop-Motion, Music Video, Fiction for a comedy/action/musical, and many more.

For more information about the festival visit their website.

Community Television Showcase

  • Farm Fest
  • Food & Wine
  • Steve Leonard
  • One Poem a Day
  • Final Cut Pro X: Color Chart
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