Environmental Forum Lecture Series

Take a close look at issues revolving around Climate Change, Food, and Waste with innovative lectures from the Environmental Forum of Marin. The Lecture Series is a dynamic look at some of today's most pressing environmental challenges. Speakers will review the science underlying these topics and explore what we can do as individuals to meet the challenges facing us.

Studio Production class starting Wednesday the 13th!

This four session class will certify you to produce your own TV 
show in our full-service studio. Learn the basics of all aspects of 
studio production, from camera and lighting to directing and audio. 
You must attend all four sessions to become certified.

Sessions: 4
Dates: March 13, 15, 20, 22 - 2013
Time: 6:00-9:00pm

Register here:http://cmcm.tv/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=318

Orientation Tuesday, March 5th 7pm

Attending a CMCM Orientation is the first step in becoming a member of CMCM. Membership is necessary in order to take classes and receive the necessary certifications for using CMCM equipment and facilities. Orientations are FREE and open to all Marin County residents and organizations. Orientations are held at our facilities at 819 A Street in San Rafael on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm.

Register here: http://www.cmcm.tv/orientation

Valentine's Day Specials!

Marin TV, Will You Be Mine?

Are you in the mood to watch some special Valentine's Day videos? Well snuggle up, eat some of that chocolate, and check out our amazing array of love shorts that will make you fall in love all over again.

The specials will be playing today at 6PM and repeating at 9:30PM on the Marin TV Community Channel.

The shorts include an animated creature looking for love, a stop motion animation of two people snailing (yes snailing) in love, a D.I.Y. Valentine's Day cake creation, and lastly a wonderful piece searching for the clues of love - shot on Super 8 film.

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.

Santa Rosa council says media center too important to lose

Finding that the voice that the Community Media Center of the North Bay gives to the public is too important to risk losing, the Santa Rosa council on Tuesday rejected a plan to cut off its funding.

Instead, the City Council wants its staff to bring back a recommendation in a month on how the media center and the public access it provides might survive.

But is was also clear that the council didn't want the city of Santa Rosa, which provides more than 80 percent of the media center's funding, to continue to shoulder the load alone.

Fair Use, Sampling and Rights Issues for Television Producers

Featured Speaker: Daniel Riviera

As an entertainment lawyer Daniel is an expert on the landscape of media law. He will be presenting on issues that come up frequently at CMCM - questions about copyright, licensing and fair use. Other areas of media law that he will talk about are remix, new media, and the Internet.

Daniel Riviera has been involved with hundreds of projects ranging from Academy Award-nominated documentaries to major motion picture releases. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Georgetown University Law Center.

New Field Reporting Class

Learn to quickly turn around short reportage style video segments - great for covering local events and news with little effort. The resulting clips are great for the community channels, the web, or inclusion in longer programs.

When
February 8th, 2013
2:00 PM through 5:00 PM

Contact
Phone: 415-721-0636
Email: info@cmcm.tv

Register here: http://cmcm.tv/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=313

Dominican Leadership Lecture Series

Each semester, the Institute for Leadership studies hosts the Leadership Lectures Series, in partnership with Book Passage, highlights extraordinary individual, organizational and societal leadership.

The Lecture Series seeks to promote constructive change in our community and its organizations by bringing to Dominican University of California some of the country’s leading figures from the world of business, politics, entertainment, academia, and literature.

WEDNESDAYS AT 8PM
RPT. THURSDAYS AT 10AM
EDUCATION CHANNEL

Braceros

The Bracero program from 1942 through 1964 allowed Mexican nationals to take temporary agricultural work in the United States. Over the program’s 22-year life, more than 4.5 million Mexican nationals were legally contracted for work in the US (some individuals returned several times on different contracts). The is the story of the Braceros of Tlaxcalo, Mexico and their fight for their unpaid wages.

FEBRUARY 6TH
WEDNESDAY AT 3PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

FEBRUARY 9TH
SATURDAY AT 8PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL