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Let’s Celebrate CCCTC Students!

Posted by on Jul 1st, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Let’s Celebrate CCCTC Students!

Twenty-one students from the Carroll County Career and Technology Center participated in the 51st annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, a showcase of career and technical education students. More than 6,000 outstanding career and technical education students, all state contest winners, competed in hands-on events in 100 different trade, technical, and leadership fields. The SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference was held in Louisville, Kentucky from June 22 – 26, 2015.   Congratulations to all that...

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Westminster Fiber Launch Party

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Westminster Fiber Launch Party

Hosted by The City of Westminster, Ting, and Intellitech, a launch party was thrown in celebration of Westminster, Maryland’s new Fiber Network on June 26, 2015. The fiber project is an initiative to bring more business to the area, create jobs, and keep the community thriving. The event features guest speakers from Westminster, FCC, Tucows, and Ting, as well as a live demonstration of the Fiber...

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Taneytown Wine, Art, and Jazz Fest 2015

Posted by on Jun 30th, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Taneytown Wine, Art, and Jazz Fest 2015

The Fourth Annual Taneytown Wine, Art, and Jazz Fest was held at Taneytown Memorial Park June 20, 2015. The event featured wine tasting, unique crafters and artists, jazz musicians, and activities for...

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History Project Veteran Reception

Posted by on Jun 16th, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

History Project Veteran Reception

Check out the Carroll County History Project’s Veteran Reception that was held on June 12 at the Community Media Center to honor and celebrate all of the veterans in Carroll County. Watch as we showcase their memories, stories and many sacrifices. Videotaped Veteran Interviews will be added the to Carroll History Project’s permanent videotaped online archive along with being submitted to the Library of Congress’ Veteran History Project. Event...

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Producer Tip #18: Location

Posted by on Jun 16th, 2015 in CMC Tips and Tricks, News/Blog | 0 comments

Producer Tip #18: Location

You’re ready to start shooting. You have a flawless script, detailed storyboard, extra SD cards and batteries, but where are you going? Location shooting is a tricky task that takes a lot of preparation. Scouting locations before dragging all of your equipment and crew members there can save you tons of time and frustration, and maybe even your shot. Bill Fisher from videomaker.com compiled a list of 11 Tips for Location Scouting to help you find the perfect location. Here a few of them Scout at the right time – check your location on the day...

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5 Things to do before you shoot

Posted by on Jun 9th, 2015 in CMC Tips and Tricks, News/Blog | 0 comments

5 Things to do before you shoot

One of the most important things to do in producing or being a part of any video production is planning. Planning is a pretty broad term so let me tell you which part of planning that I am referring to; checking your equipment. So here you are. You have finally done the impossible! You have successfully written or obtained a wonderful script that could be the greatest thing needing to be put to paper since your episode of gastrointestinal distress from fish taco night at Sheetz. Congrats! (About your script, not your poor life choices leading...

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Hampstead Day 2015

Posted by on Jun 1st, 2015 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Hampstead Day 2015

Hampstead Day is always a time for good food, sales and a fun time for the entire family. With over 80 craft vendors, a huge car and even a tractor show there is never a dull moment. So check out coverage from this year’s Hampstead...

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New Windsor Memorial Day 2015

Posted by on Jun 1st, 2015 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

New Windsor Memorial Day 2015

This Memorial Day Ceremony was held at the New Windsor Presbyterian Church on May 24, 2015. “Today we honor those who have gone before us and paid the ultimate price. Those individuals have served and died for one common theme – freedom.” – Mayor Neal...

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Let’s Celebrate Marjorie Lohnes

Posted by on May 22nd, 2015 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Let’s Celebrate Marjorie Lohnes

Marjorie Lohnes has spent her entire forty-three year career in the teaching and supervision of career and technology education (CTE) for Carroll Schools. She began her teaching career at Taneytown and Northwest Middle Schools. In 1988 she became the Supervisor of Home Economics and Health. Since assuming leadership of the office of career and technology education in 1992, Mrs. Lohnes has worked to build CTE on a strong foundation of career development. Her work to facilitate the creation of the school system’s Pathways To Careers resulted in...

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Mt. Airy May Fest 2015

Posted by on May 21st, 2015 in News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Mt. Airy May Fest 2015

Plenty of good times were had at the Mt. Airy May Fest, held at their Carnival Grounds May 16 and 17. There were lots of activities for children, an arts and crafts show, live entertainment, and good food. Watch the video to see all the fun, this event was presented by the Mt. Airy Lions Club and the Mt. Airy Volunteer Fire...

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148th Westminster Memorial Day Parade

Posted by on May 27th, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Watch The 148th Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony from Monday, May 25, 2015. The Parade started on Pennsylvania Avenue in Westminster and ended on Church Street at the Westminster Cemetery. A CMC television crew was set up along the parade route on Main Street in downtown Westminster and another crew was set up in the Westminster Cemetery to film the ceremony saluting military service men and women. The Westminster’s Memorial Day parade is perhaps one of the longest running annual Memorial Day parades in America dating back to 1868. Many...

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Let’s Celebrate David Groelle

Posted by on May 21st, 2015 in Celebrate, News/Blog, Video | 0 comments

Let’s Celebrate David Groelle

David Groelle, a student in teacher Paul Eyler’s fourth grade class at Spring Garden Elementary School, has been selected as a district winner in the Maryland Municipal League’s 2015 “If I Were Mayor, I Would…” essay contest. David’s essay was selected from over 2,000 entries representing Maryland’s best essays on each student’s vision for helping to increase civility while solving a problem in their community.       Since 2001, MML’s “If I Were Mayor, I Would…” essay contest has challenged students to learn about...

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