The Community Media Center of Marin empowers Marin residents, local schools and governments with the education and access to media production tools to communicate effectively with the Marin community through media. Click here to read the full story.
Host your own TV show; take classes in camera, editing, lighting, sound, web media, and other topics; crew on productions; network with other media-makers...and much more! Sound interesting? You can do it all by becoming a CMCM member.
Create your own media. Check out what courses we offer, what types of production equipment members can use, and how to best utilize the facility. Click on the Create section to sign up for workshops, make equipment reservations, and download forms and manuals.
Marin TV is a platform for local residents and organizations to discuss the issues that reflect the realities of their lives. Watch our live streams, see what's coming up on the schedule, or check out our on-demand videos that have been produced by community members.
We're excited to share with you the short documentary created by youth leaders from the YESS project.
In partnership with the County of Marin, Canal Welcome Center, and the Community Media...
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Chris Hardman, artistic director and founder of Antenna Theater, will be the guest presenter. In addition to transforming the museum audio tour into an artistic medium,...
How long have you been a member of CMCM?
Since late 2012.
The Title of Your Marin...
The Marin County Fair will celebrate its 75th Anniversary June 30 through July 4 with the theme "What A Ride!" Join the fun! Visit Marin TV in the Exhibit Hall, where you can watch...
Presented by The Community Media Center of Marin’s Sports Broadcast Summer Camp. This unique program offers high school students professional training in television and digital media...
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