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Sykesville Fine Art and Wine Festival 2016

Posted by on May 5th, 2016 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Sykesville Fine Art and Wine Festival 2016

Sykesville Main Street had their 6th Annual Sykesville Fine Art & Wine Festival, which featured samples from regional wineries, art and artisan vendors, live art demos, live music, and more! Check out some of the highlights from this year’s...

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Literacy Council Spelling Bee 2016

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2016 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Literacy Council Spelling Bee 2016

Watch the best spellers in all of Carroll County compete in the 17th Annual Spelling Bee, brought to you by the Literacy Council of Carroll...

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Mt. Airy Chili Cook Off 2016

Posted by on Apr 21st, 2016 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Mt. Airy Chili Cook Off 2016

The Mount Airy Chili Cook Off, brought to you by the 4 Lions Club and the Mount Airy Main Street Association, featured chili samples, live music, kids activities, vendors, shopping, and much...

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Virtual Set Workshop – May 24th 6:00pm

Posted by on Apr 19th, 2016 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Virtual Set Workshop – May 24th 6:00pm

When: Tuesday May 24th from 6:00 -8:00 pm – DEADLINE May 20th Cost: Non-Member $30, Member $25, Student $20 Seats: 10  Description: Virtual reality is the latest technology and now you can put it to work in your next video production. Through the use of the green screen and virtual sets, you can put your subject in any environment you can dream of. No longer are your productions confined to the space limitations of the studio. With a virtual set, you can appear to record your subject in a classroom, a newsroom, a warehouse, or any other setting – The possibilities are limitless! Plus, unlike a traditional green screen, Virtual sets allow you to track your subject from various angles, zoom in or pull back, even place them behind virtual objects! It’s like a green screen on steroids! Don’t miss your chance to learn how to put virtual technology to use in your next production. Choose a price option Non-Member Price $30.00 USD CMC Member Price $25.00 USD Student Price $20.00 USD NOTE: Individual events are always subject to change due to inclement weather or other issues.  We recommend visiting the event links for more information and the latest...

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Pet of the Week: COCO

Posted by on Apr 14th, 2016 in Best Pals, News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Pet of the Week: COCO

Coco is a 7 year old male cat seeking his forever home! He may come off as shy at first, but he loves to climb, play, and snuggle. Visit him, and all of his other critter comrades at the Humane Society of Carroll County today. Want to be able to help out these amazing animals? Call the Carroll County Humane Society at 410-848-4810 or 410-875-5379 Adoption Hours: 11:00am – 6:00pm (M-F) and 9:00am – 2:00pm (Sat) Hours of Operation: 8:00am – 4:00pm (M-F) and 9:00am -2:00pm (Sat) Closed...

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Turfle Family – National Volunteer Week

Posted by on Apr 13th, 2016 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Turfle Family – National Volunteer Week

It’s National Volunteer week and we wanted to highlight several members that have been a huge help to our organization. These volunteers have gone to many lengths to cover many local events throughout our community and to provide information to the public. #Nationalvolunteerweek Turfle Family Benny, Kenny, and Susan Turfle have been CMC members since June 2015. The most impressive thing about having the Turfles as members has been to see them balance school, work, extra curricular activities, and STILL be able to lend some time to help get the word out about local events! Always willing to grab a camera and get some great footage; the Turfle family has helped to record the 5K Zombie Run, Forestry Board Workshop, and even spared some time to cover a LAN party here at the CMC. They are always striving to learn new techniques and have attended some of our editing workshops to learn all about effecting and manipulating video. They are a pleasure to work with so if you see them around, thank them for all that they...

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Bill and George – National Volunteer Week

Posted by on Apr 11th, 2016 in News/Blog | 0 comments

Bill and George – National Volunteer Week

It’s National Volunteer week and we wanted to highlight several members that have been a huge help to our organization. These volunteers have gone to many lengths to cover many local events throughout our community and to provide information to the public. #Nationalvolunteerweek George Shearer As one of our founding members, it is hard to fit all of the highlights of George Shearer’s accomplishments into one paragraph. Since I have known George, the only thing greater than his staggering knowledge of the industry and television is his willingness to share it with the people around him. George has been able to give the CMC staff training using a jib, 4H fair video production consultation, and numerous other services that have been paramount to providing the community with the best! And those examples were just in the past 2 years! If you see George, make sure and thank him for all that he does. Thank you George! -Cody Bill Murphy A member since December 2014, Bill Murphy has produced over 10 programs with the CMC during his time here. He has a passion for educating the public about serious issues that could impact our community. His 6-part series covering the State of Aging in Maryland conference and Alzheimer’s Awareness coverage gave Carroll County insight into some of our County’s gerontology services. Bill has also been an advocate for veteran programming by being a part of oral history collection days and creating videos for his fellow veterans recognizing them and helping them to tell their stories. Thank you Bill!...

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Carrolltowne Elem Diversity Club

Posted by on Apr 7th, 2016 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Carrolltowne Elem Diversity Club

This year Carrolltowne Elementary School began a Diversity Club. The club includes 21 students in grades 3-5. The students meet once per month with two teachers to discuss and explore various topics related to diversity. The topics include personal heritage, gender diversity, family traditions, bullying, and physical disabilities. The club has also assisted in a school service project to collect food for Carroll Foods Sunday and plans to coordinate a final community service project in May. The students in the diversity club at Carrolltowne are learning to challenge their stereotypes and collaborate with people who face different challenges in their lives. The students have become true ambassadors for Diversity in the school and are proud to be a part of the first Diversity Club at Carrolltowne Elementary School! Photo/Carroll County Public Schools Back row from Left to Right:      Raleigh (4), Joseph  (4), JD  (3), Anya (5), Emily (5), Ryan (4), Jake (3) Middle Row from Left to Right:      Donna Gury (K-teacher), Maya  (4), Makyel (3), Kate (3), Camerone  (3), Giada  (3), Kaelin (4), Bridget Hopkins-Fisher (4-STEM) Front Row from Left to Right:      Ashleigh  (3), Mollie (3), Riley (3), Annah (3), Patrick (3), Jack (4), Caitlin (3)   Do you know an ordinary person who has done something extraordinary? We want to shine a spotlight on people and organizations in our community that deserve to be recognized and celebrated for their good works, major milestones or local achievements. Let’s Celebrate! the local heroes who make life better for our friends, neighbors and communities throughout Carroll County.   What can you Celebrate! Milestone birthdays or Anniversaries (people or organizations) Special Awards or Recognitions Outstanding achievements or promotions How do you Celebrate! 1. Send us an email with the honorees name, and a description of their achievement. 2. Be sure to include a photo of the person or group you want to recognize. 3. Include your name, address, phone and email address in case we have any questions.   Send your Celebrate! requests to: info@CarrollMediaCenter.Org   When you Celebrate! Your message is seen: (a) As an electronic bulletin board on Channel 19. (b) As a post on the homepage of our website. (c) On CMC’s social media sites. (d) In CMC news blog.   If you have any questions or would like more information about how you can Celebrate! Give us a call at 410-386-4415 or email...

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In Memory of Bob Johnson

Posted by on Mar 31st, 2016 in News/Blog | 2 comments

In Memory of Bob Johnson

The Community Media Center was saddened to learn of the passing of our patriarch, Mr. Bob Johnson. Over 25 years ago, Bob was the guiding force behind, what was then, a production guild with the desire to produce programming about, by and for Carroll County. Although we have lost a treasured founder, mentor, teacher and friend, we take comfort in knowing that his legacy lives on in the hearts all those he inspired. Our thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathies go out to his family.  Link to obituary http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/carrollcountytimes/obituary.aspx?n=robert-walton-johnson-j&pid=179455137&fhid=9945 Bob Johnson - 25 Years of Public...

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Maryland U.S. Senate Democratic Debate

Posted by on Mar 21st, 2016 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Maryland U.S. Senate Democratic Debate

On Friday, March 18, 2016, Reps. Donna Edwards and Chris Van Hollen square off in the first official debate among the Democratic candidates running for Maryland’s open seat in the U.S. Senate. Video provided by the WAMU 88.5 American University Radio and The Kojo Nnamdi...

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Celtic Canter 2016

Posted by on Mar 17th, 2016 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Celtic Canter 2016

Westminster’s  6th Celtic Canter & Downtown Irish Celebration. Festivities included: Highland Games Demonstration, “Fletchling Archery Team”  Competition, Children’s Crafts and Games, Chainsaw Artist, Stone carving artist, live music, and the Celtic Cantor 5K...

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Congressional District 8 Forum 2016

Posted by on Mar 10th, 2016 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Congressional District 8 Forum 2016

Watch coverage of the Congressional District 8 Forum from Wednesday March 9th 2016, sponsored by the Carroll County Democratic Central Committee. Held at the South Carroll Senior Center. Moderators, Charles Harrison and Wayne Carter. Candidates: David Anderson, Dan Bolling, Kumar Barve, William Jawando, Kathleen Matthews, Jamie Raskin, Joel Rubin, Ana Sol-Gutierrez, and David Trone. “I wanted to thank you guys again for all your hard work making last night’s event a success. We couldn’t have done it without you, and I know our voters were served well by all of our efforts. – Don West Chairperson, Carroll County Democratic Central Committee” The program will premiere on Cable Channel 19 on Friday March 11th at 1:00PM. It will be rebroadcast Fridays at 1:00pm and Wednesdays at 7:00PM throughout the month of  March. For additional air dates and times visit Program Schedule Photo...

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