Our community producers are the heart and soul of CMC’s Channel 19. These producers often volunteer their skills on important CMC productions working as technical directors, floor managers, and camera operators. Our volunteers are committed to creating top-quality productions and attend CMC Certification courses so they can be trained and have access to professional, high-end video production equipment.
But what our CMC Producers are best known for is producing original TV programming that airs on Channel 19!
Lori Wolf has been an active member of the CMC since March of 2014 and is currently working on her own nutrition series called “Getting Fresh with Lori Wolf”. “I joined mostly for the education, but also as a platform to teach nutrition… CMC is the place to go for a platform to share your message. And it is Fun!”
Lori has also played an active role in other productions with other community producers including “Workplace Workshop”. She has made a great addition to the Community Media Center with her positive attitude and her desire to assist others with their projects. She has even recruited her three children into her production team, which is fantastic! She also makes it a point to come to as many workshops as she can. “To me the education I get from the staff and interns at CMC is ultra valuable. It is a free education… Love all the opportunity.”
Thank you for all that you do Lori!
Bill Murphy is a man who seems to need no introduction because Bill seems to know everyone already! As an active member and officer of the Carroll County Toastmasters, Bill has already turned some of his fellow toastmasters toward the CMC. He is a pleasure to interact with and he is always willing to learn new things and grow as a producer. He has been working on several projects focusing on promoting and celebrating Carroll County organizations and their events. He has covered things like Toastmasters meetings as well as Habitat For Humanity Dedications among many other events. We appreciate having you around Bill!
Although friends alerted me to the value of being associated with the CMC a number of years ago, I didn’t get involved until after I retired, and I regret not starting sooner. Although I am still new to video production, I have been able to produce five projects in my first year with the help of the CMC staff, who are always willing to assist new producers. I first attempted to produce a film over twenty years ago using a borrowed VHS camcorder, but it wasn’t until I was able to gain access to CMC facilities that I was able to return to this very enjoyable avocation. I also enjoy volunteering when the CMC needs additional crew to cover various Carroll County events, which is a big part of the CMC’s contribution to the community.
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