CMCM Updates

CMCM Annual Member Meeting and Election Results

An announcement and a reminder, to our members,

2013 ELECTION RESULTS
The election results for the two available member elected CMCM Board seats are now finalized:

Dario D'Arrigo 37.0%
Bill Sims 69.6%
Lawrence Strick 80.4%

Based on CMCM member votes, Lawrence Strick and Bill Sims will serve out terms on the CMCM board beginning Nov 2013. Our thanks to all candidates for their commitment to serving CMCM and their efforts now and in the future!

2013 ANNUAL MEMBER MEETING
The annual member meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday Oct 30th at the San Rafael Corporate Center, Tamalpais Room from 6:00 - 8:00pm. Typically this is a short presentation to the members present, followed by Q&A and a brief first board meeting. Please make an effort to attend and meet members of the CMCM board and hear updates about the past year of operations!

Directions to the San Rafael Corporate Center - Use the Lindaro Street Entrance to the right of the PG&E entrance. Parking available in nearby lots.

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Meet CMCM Member Dick Jordan

Your name:

Dick Jordan

How long have you been a member of CMCM?

Since late 2012.


The Title of Your Marin TV Series (or Special/s):

I've produced 18 "specials" for Marin TV including "'Southeast - Life in the Alaska Panhandle," "The White Bag," and "Cuba, Libre."


In a nutshell, describe your CMCM series (or special/s): 

"Southeast" is a visual essay about Alaska's remote Panhandle region; it has been viewed on 27 public access stations across the U.S. serving over 1 million households.

"The White Bag" is a spoof on the 1940s-1950s film noir "cops and robbers" and spy thrillers. It was a CMCM class project in which I play the "Ace of Spies." 

"Cuba, Libre" is a documentary that traces this history of travel to Cuba by Americans from the early decades of the 20th century until the Cuban revolution, and in the last 20-odd years since Americans resumed visits to that island nation.


Where were you born?


Seattle, Washington


Where were you raised?


Seattle, Washington


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

Dickens 44 Opening Reception | June 8 | 6 - 8 PM

Dickens 44

CMCM invites you to join us for the opening reception of our latest Georgia Annwell Gallery exhibit featuring the work of Marin's legendary glue artist, Dickens 44.
Refreshments will be provided. Please feel free to visit the exhibit any time during our normal business hours.

Exhibit Reception: Friday, June 8 from 6 PM - 8 PM.

Showing through July 31st.

Free Admission.


https://youtu.be/R3rPgQgLFPI

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?

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

Media Mixer | Wednesday, Dec 5 | 7 - 8:30 PM

Holiday Media Mixer

Celebrate the Holiday Season at CMCM! Enjoy the company of fellow members and friends while indulging in delicious Chinese take-out. Wednesday, December 5th from 7 - 8:30 PM.

R.S.V.P to marinartists@hotmail.com
For more info, call (415) 721-0636

Community Media Center of Marin | 819 A Street, San Rafael

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!

Expect Technical Difficulties - Nov. 15-18

Monday, Nov 14th. One of our DISH feeds froze this morning which disrupted our morning cablecasts of Democracy Now and Gay USA. We resumed at 10:15 with a delayed cablecast of DN! and it will repeat normally at other hours today. Things like this happen at the worst time - and we know many of you are following the news more closely this week than ever. We will continue to do our best to avoid future problems.

On that note - we have many equipment changes planned the rest of this week and there may be a few more hiccups as we move our channels over to the new equipment. We will do our best to minimize downtime! Please bear with us during this time.

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