McMinnville Community Media

Comcast Channel 11 • Frontier Channel 29 • McMinnville, Oregon

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Producers' Roundtable
Remote Production Crew
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Field Camera Certification
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Thursday, August 25, 2016
9:00 AM
2016 OSAA State Orchestra Championships
11:00 AM
Scale Aircraft No.167
12:00 PM
The Writing Life: Gail Watson
12:16 PM
The Writing Life: Kathy Beckwith
12:32 PM
Speaking Frankly: Nick Paloquin
1:03 PM
News & Views: Bud Pierce for Governor
1:33 PM
Local Matters with Ken Moore: Painting with Amanda Pewonka
2:04 PM
Classic Arts Showcase
5:00 PM
Democracy Now
6:00 PM
Road to Recovery: Generational Issues
7:00 PM
McMinnville City Council Meeting 8/23/16
9:30 PM
Literally Literary: Episode 9 with Ellie Gunn
10:46 PM
Cannabis Cup 2016
11:00 PM
Rumblechops Presents: I Stream You Stream
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Be seen on MCM-TV!

Ty Hegna loads St. John Lutheran's sunday service into MCM-TV's digital dropbox station.

Do you have a show you've made? Are you a McMinnville resident? A church recording, sports game, event video or something else? Want to broadcast it on MCM-TV Comcast Channel 11 and Frontier 29? You can bring a copy on usb stick, dvd or dv tape, to our studio located at 825 NE 3rd Street in Mac , fill out a program contract and we'll get it on our schedule. No membership required!


Producer Profile: Caroline O'Brien

Caroline has been especially prolific this summer! Library events, writing festivals, Paper Gardens, Arts Alive, and the McMinnville Kiwanis are just a few of the local events and organizations she has incorporated into her show Literally Literary.

What began as simply sharing information about public library events has grown into a revue of different literature-related functions all over McMinnville.  Caroline has a passion for writing in all of its forms, whether it be the process itself, editing, or reading, and she delights in capturing these facets in her show. 

She says that if you have a passion for film and getting your ideas heard, MCM is the place to be. "If I can do it, anyone can," she says of creating her own show,  "find the thing the interests you and do that thing!"


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