McMinnville Community Media

Comcast Channel 11 • Frontier Channel 29 • McMinnville, Oregon

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016
9:00 AM
McMinnville City Council Meeting 10/25/16
11:30 AM
NASA Educational Programming
1:02 PM
McMinnville City Club: Candidate Forum
2:00 PM
St. John Lutheran Church Service
3:00 PM
Cannabis Cup 2016
3:06 PM
NASA 360: Kennedy Space Center
3:31 PM
First Baptist Church Service
4:30 PM
Baker Creek Community Church Service
5:30 PM
Hillside Adventures in Learning: Ravenstail Weaving
7:00 PM
New Start Christian Center Church Service
8:00 PM
Answers for the Questions of Life
8:37 PM
NASA 360: Kennedy Space Center
9:00 PM
The Writing Life: Bob Zahniser
9:16 PM
The Writing Life: Frank Lisciandro
9:32 PM
Speaking Frankly: Your Community Mediators
10:03 PM
News & Views: Candidates & Ballot Measures
10:34 PM
Local Matters with Ken Moore: Heidi Lindell
11:05 PM
MHS Boys Soccer vs. McKay Royal Scots
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Now on YouTube

Select videos, including McMinnville City Council meetings, parades and community events are available for on-line viewing through the MCM-TV YouTube channel.

MCM-TV's YouTube Channel

City Council Meetings

MCM-TV is looking for all types of shows, sports, community events and local happenings. As a citizen of McMinnville you can bring in a show you have created on flash drive or disk, fill out a program contract and have it broadcast on MCM-TV Comcast channel 11 and Frontier 29. We also have equipment and training to use our cameras and editing stations to create your own.

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Producer Profile: Theresa Huggins

Winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2016 UFO Film Festival for her short film Invasion of Hotel Oregon, Theresa Huggins has been creating community television even before she arrived in McMinnville.  While living in Portland, she produced cable access shows in the early 2000s, covering topics such as environmental activism.
Theresa began producing at McMinnville Community Media with her how-to program I Did It!. She enjoyed the energy of the show and putting her camera and editing skills to work, and has been creating with MCM ever since.  In her work, she has collaborated with fellow MCM producers Caroline O’Brien and Roman Martinez, and has aired various shows on MCM-TV. 
Teresa is currently hard at work on projects she is passionate about, including the sequel to the aforementioned Invasion, Mac Attack (in which the invasion will spread through the downtown area), and a documentary on marijuana growth.  She enjoys creating and learning about the film medium, and has extended that passion as she attends film classes at Portland Community College.
To anyone considering creating their own community television at MCM, Theresa encourages to just “go and do it, because it always turns out better than you think.   If you have passion for it, just let it happen.” She suggests preparation as well: “Have a plan, so you’re not trying to fix stuff in editing, but most importantly, have fun!”


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