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Marin TV Producers: Submit Your Work for the 2013 Hometown Media Awards!

All you talented creators of Marin TV programming, listen up! The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) has issued its call for entries for the Hometown Media Awards. The submission deadline is Thursday, February 28—just two weeks away.

December Producer Spotlight

Your Name:

Lori Greenleaf

How long have you been a member of CMCM?

Since 2009

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:

Healing From The Ground Up. ( HFGU)

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:

Conversations with interesting people who are doing good works toward healing the planet and its citizens. Including but not limited to : teachers, therapists, philosophers, artists, politicians, spiritual leaders, indigenous healers, innovators,...etc.

Where were you born?

Philadelphia, PA

Where were you raised?

Philadelphia

If you attended college ... What was the name of the school? What was your major?

1 Philadelphia College of Art, 2. San Francisco Art Institute ( BFA) 3. College of Notre Dame (MA -psychology) 4. Center for Psychological Studies ( PhD -psychology)

What is/was your occupation? How long have you been in this profession?

Psychologist: licensed MFT. Practicing since 1991.

What is your favorite part of TV production?

A Glimpse of Marin’s Future through the "OWL"

A novel approach to understanding the localized impacts of sea level rise along Marin’s bay shoreline will be launched in southern Marin on May 21, 2015. This pilot project will be located along the Mill Valley-Sausalito Multi-Use Path, at Almonte Boulevard and will remain in place until August 10, 2015.

Hooked on Marin - Trains: Past, Present & Future

UPDATE: This video is available to Watch Now

Join host Terry McGovern as this Hooked on Marin speaker event explores the county's railroading past. Marin historian Richard Torney takes a trip down memory 'track.' Then find out about the latest developments of the SMART system and what the future holds down the line.

Trains in Marin: Past and Future
7pm, Wednesday, Dec 4
Corte Madera Community Center

The Hooked on Marin speaker series is a community-based partnership comprised of Marin county public service agencies and educational districts collaborating to foster social, educational, and cultural enrichment opportunities in Marin. Video coverage is provided by the Drake High School Communications Academy in a partnership between CMCM and the Intel Computer Clubhouse. CMCM trained four separate multi-camera production teams to cover each of the talks.

http://www.hookedonmarin.com/

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