CMCM Updates

WEAR & TEAR: living woman

The transformation of a woman's body and the struggle to adapt to the early stages of motherhood: a performance art piece featuring poetry and biology, fact and fantasy, dance and drama.


Two renditions, at 6:30pm and 8:00pm. In addition to the performance, the body of artwork WEAR & TEAR: living woman will be on view at the throughout the evening, and until the end of March. Gallery hours: tu/th 2-9pm; fri/sat 11-6pm

Producer Profiles: Cheryl Scheuer

Your Name:

Cheryl Ann Scheurer, PhD

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:

"Wake up with Dr. Cheryl - Wealth Transformation"
 
 
In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:

The purpose of the show is: "To raise the awareness and consciousness in the relationship with Wealth and apply Unconditional Love.

  
Where were you born?

Redwood City, California
 
 
Where were you raised?

From 0 to 5 in Palo Alto, CA and from 5 until 21 in Bellevue, WA.
 
 
If you attended college ... What was the name of the school?  What was your major?

In high school, during the summers I attended ITT Peterson School of Business.  I finished my B.S. in Business Administration, M.B.A. in Finance and PhD in Financial Management and Business Administration from Almeda University, which is an online university.

I am also a Minister in the Universal Life church and studied for 3 years in the Religious Science Church.
 
 
What is/was your occupation?  How long have you been in this profession?

That's a Wrap on Lobby Lounge!

Young Marin Musicians Show Off Talent at Marin TV

Season four of Marin IJ's Lobby Lounge has officially come to an end! We had a blast shooting the Best of Lobby Lounge show last Sunday at the Marin Showcase Theatre, and will soon be uploading the entire program to our Youtube Channel. We'd like to give a huge shout out to host Paul Liberatore and to everyone else who made this special program possible!

Check out previous episodes online at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDOFeYH6RPcgUSKA8kvz0FQI--6kdhI-l

Episode 1 - Cubed

Episode 2 - Lucy London

Episode 3 - Elle Perozzi and Alex Neupauer

Episode 4 - Natalia Betzler

Episode 5 - Enriching Lives Through Music: Bartok Ensemble

Episode 6 - The Disciples of Ozz

Episode 7 - Space Goat

Episode 8 - Maya Stock

Episode 9 - Camille Rose & Austin Kennedy

Episode 10 - MSA Jazz Collective

Episode 11 - Surviving the Odds Project

TV Production Studio goes HD

The Marin TV Production Studio will be closed from Friday, September 25 through Saturday, October 7. During that time, the Studio will be converted from SD to HD.

Free one-session workshops will give current producers and crew members the opportunity to get re-certified using the new Control Room equipment.

SERIES PRODUCERS/CREW MEMBERS can pick ONE of these dates:

Tuesday, October 6 from 2:30 - 5:30 PM
Wednesday, October 7 from 2:30 - 5:30 PM
Thursday, October 8 from 2 - 5 PM
Friday, October 9 from 2:30 - 5:30 PM

Free CMCM Master Classes

By popular demand, CMCM will reprise its successful series of master classes on media-related topics by experts in the fields of interviewing, smartphone movie-making, editing, music, audio, and storyboarding. CMCM members may attend for free. Non-member admission of $25 includes a complimentary year-long membership to CMCM.

Sign up here: http://cmcm.tv/asktheexperts

MarINSANITY Needs Audience Members! Monday, Dec 10th | 6:45 - 8:15 PM

MarInsanity Needs Audience Members

Join the Bay Area's best and brightest talent for an evening of crazy funny stand-up comedy! Come early to mingle with the comics and enjoy an assortment of beverages and refreshments. Monday, December 10th from 6:45 PM to 8:15 PM.

R.S.V.P to jill@cmcm.tv
For more info, call (415) 721-0636
Free Admission

Make Media Happen Here

The Community Media Center of Marin presents a brand new video showcasing the center.

The three-minute video -- featuring series producers Lori Greenleaf, Soleil Dakota, Joe Mason, Cheryl Scheurer, and Ginger Souders-Mason -- made its debut at the March 2015 orientation.

You can watch it here, but don't forget to share it on Facebook and Twitter! CMCM is the place to make media happen. Spread the word!

Meet CMCM Producer Nick Moorhatch

Your Name:
Nick Moorhatch

How long have you been a member of CMCM?
3 – 6 years.

The Title of Your Marin TV Series:
The Recovery Station

In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series:
The topic is chemical dependency, addiction, and recovery from drugs and alcohol.

Where were you born and raised?
San Francisco

If you attended college ... What was the name of the school? What was your major?
City College of San Francisco; Business

What is/was your occupation? How long have you been in this profession?
Grocery clerk for 14 years.

What inspired you to produce your own TV series?
Recovery is needed so much that if we can get our young people educated, then they don’t need to start and get addicted

What is your favorite part of TV production?
My favorite part is to ask the directors of treatment centers why their program works.

What was your favorite TV show growing up?
I had 6 to 10 different ones.

When you’re not wearing your CMCM “producer” hat, what do you for fun?
I like to ride bikes and motorized bikes.

Anything else you’d like to share?

Thanks, Volunteers!

We are proud to conclude another successful run at the Marin County Fair! A heartfelt thanks to all of the volunteers who represented CMCM. Your time, energy, and support mean the world to us. Simply put -- we couldn't be the wonderful organization we are without members like YOU. We would also like to thank local artist Dickens 44 for lending his captivating "Selfie Hipsters" for our animated photobooth. His art stole the show and inspired children and adults alike!

We also owe a big shout out to John MacLeod, the executive director of XRlibraries (formerly VARLibraries), without whom we wouldn't have our prime location in the Exhibit Hall! Thank you for inviting us to share your space year after year.

Finally, thank you Marin! Your participation and enthusiasm make public media possible. We're so glad you stopped by. Hopefully, we'll be seeing some new faces around the center soon.

Don't Settle for Bad Sound. Like Your Mic!

"There's a reason the A is listed first in AV. It's audio/visual not visual/audio," says Master Communications Group, a highly experienced team of Minneapolis video production professionals.

"Amateur producers often focus too much on the video side of a project and forget the importance of the audio. Poorly recorded sound will kill a video more than poor video quality. When you watch a video and the audio quality is not good, the first thing your brain says is, 'The picture looks bad.' Here is just a short list of what can make an interview sound like Charlie Brown's teacher:

• Using a camera mic for the interview
• Improper placement of microphone
• Wrong microphone chosen for the task
• Using a phone to shoot the interview

The bottom line is: your video is only as good as your sound.”

Our friends at PhillyCAM (Philadelphia Community Access Media) have created a few short videos that will help you choose and use the best mic for your video. Watch and learn!

Boom Mic Tutorial
Handheld Tutorial

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