From LAURA HAMBURG
I am on the Board of Directors for our new community access television station. I would love for you to give us your feedback on what kind of community programming you’d like to see — or even better come with your own ideas for your own show. Sky’s the limit on what you might do — all things Mendo, localization, food safety, politics, arts, music, children, theater, sports, gardening, farming & ranching, cooking, marijuana, interviews, on-location programming and more…
Come to our Grand Opening this Friday — November 12, 5 pm at the Brush Street station. Food, drinks and frolic.
What Do You Want To See? What do you want to create? A weekly, monthly show, a once-in-a-while film project? All content must be either educational, community-oriented, or government. Other than that, there is NO CENSORSHIP.
Programming is seen on Comcast stations 3, 64 & 65. And content is shared with 1,500 other public access television stations nationwide.
A $30 yearly membership fee buys you the ability to check-out and borrow the station’s state-of-the art cameras to film wherever you like, use the studio and the studio equipment for production and editing, and hands-on-training with our wonderful Director of Programming Jason Killilea.