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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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
9:00 AM
McMinnville City Council Meeting 10/14/14
11:00 AM
MHS Volleyball vs. McKay Royal Scots
12:00 PM
NASA Educational Programming
2:00 PM
St. John Lutheran Church Service
3:00 PM
First Presbyterian Church Service
3:30 PM
First Baptist Church Service
4:30 PM
Baker Creek Community Church Service
5:30 PM
Old Time Gospel Lighthouse Church Service
6:30 PM
Seventh-day Adventist Church Service
7:00 PM
New Start Christian Center Church Service
8:00 PM
SEA-inside: Underwater Robots
8:30 PM
MCM Community Announcements
9:00 PM
Arts Alive: Sam Snoek-Brown & Dave King
9:30 PM
Speaking Frankly: Denise Bacon
10:00 PM
News & Views: Stan Primozich & Tim Casey
10:30 PM
Street Bond Information
11:00 PM
Answers for the Questions of Life
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Volunteer Crew
Instructor Phil Guzzo and student

New Activity Fee Structure and Classes

Now, for new members, your yearly activity fee of $35 includes a basic camera and editing class to get you up and running. Covering operation of our professional HD cameras, a basic overview of our other production equipment, including mics, lights and audio, and the introductory non- linear editing class. Learn to shoot footage and then bring it back to edit with a 27" iMac Final Cut Pro X Editing Workstation. The classes provide a basic working knowledge of HD camera production and non-linear editing, so you can get started creating your own shows and air them on MCM-TV Comcast 11 and Frontier 29. You could also upload them to youtube and other online sites. What will you make? Call 503-434-1234 ex 1 for more info.

What's Happening?

City Council on MCM-TV

MCM-TV has begun broadcasting regular City Council meetings. This is terrific content for the community and we are very excited to continue this collaboration.

Programs are airing every Wednesday at 9:00am & Thursday at 7:00pm. So if you cannot make it to civic hall every second and fourth tuesday to attend the meeting, check it out on your community television staion.

Community Television Showcase

  • Parade Mag. Best Mainstreet
  • Arts Alive
  • Film Fest Lightsaber Duel
  • Yamhill County Fair 2014
  • Summer Swim
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