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IGNITE Carroll 4

Posted by on Apr 25th, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

IGNITE Carroll 4

The Carroll Technology Council presents IGNITE Carroll 4. Watch coverage of this entertaining event featuring 13 speakers and a variety of...

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Mt. Airy Chili Cook-Off 2015

Posted by on Apr 24th, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Mt. Airy Chili Cook-Off 2015

  Mt. Airy celebrated it’s 8th Annual Main Street Heat Chili Cook-off. Watch coverage of this festive...

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Producer Tip #14 | Frame it

Posted by on Apr 22nd, 2015 in CMC Tips and Tricks, News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Producer Tip #14 | Frame it

Having trouble creating a truly immersive video experience for your viewers?  Well it could be a problem with framing.  Nobody wants to see the tops of heads or hands cut off by poor framing.  Brady Shearer from Pro Church Tools has created an article and a video to help understand the basics behind good framing.  That way, all of the subjects in your shot can use all of their appendages properly and an immersive scene can be created.  It all has to do with angling, distance, and positioning. Website:...

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Pet of the Week: Nyla

Posted by on Apr 17th, 2015 in Best Pals, News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Pet of the Week: Nyla

This precious bully mix is named Nyla, and she’s 5 years old spayed female. She’s looking for her forever home with you! Nyla loves to play and run around, and needs someone who can match her energy. Stop by The Humane Society of Carroll County today to visit Nyla, or one of the many dogs or other animals up for...

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Caitlyn Stupi Finalist in National Essay Contest

Posted by on Apr 15th, 2015 in Celebrate, News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Caitlyn Stupi Finalist in National Essay Contest

Westminster, MD -Congratulations go out to Caitlyn Stupi, a WHS Junior student, as she was selected as a finalist in School Band and Orchestra Magazine’s national essay contest for her essay response to “How does your music class prepare you for life?”. Caitlyn is a student of WHS’s Jennifer Bodrie Jones’ Honors Orchestra class and was selected as 1 of only 10 national finalists for her essay, her work in the department with music and outside organizations as well as her character and artistry throughout her education at the high school...

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Let’s Celebrate Munch’s Cafe

Posted by on Apr 9th, 2015 in Celebrate, News/Blog | 0 comments

Let’s Celebrate Munch’s Cafe

In honor of Munch’s Cafe dedication and service to the community. Munch’s legacy for great sandwiches and cuisine will be greatly missed in downtown Westminster. We wish owner Cheryl Lawson and Munch’s staff the best!       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...

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Producer Tip #13 | Files, Oh My!

Posted by on Apr 13th, 2015 in CMC Tips and Tricks, News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Producer Tip #13 | Files, Oh My!

I have had some recent experience with mismanaging digital files lately that led to a long and drawn out delay on my project.  Editing software cannot use the original footage for projects if they are scattered throughout the deep bowels of your computer.  I learned that I needed some assistance with managing files.  Any files.  Movie files, music files, picture files, etc.  With this recent epidemic opening my eyes to file management, a needed skill everyone from the professional editor to a novice computer owner. I needed help.  So I found...

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Producer Tip Week #12 | Multi-Speak

Posted by on Apr 7th, 2015 in CMC Tips and Tricks, News/Blog | 0 comments

Producer Tip Week #12 | Multi-Speak

I, with the help of various internet sources, have been providing you with tips on making a great production.  These tips have primarily been related to the visual and audible aspects of filming.  This week, I have a tip about what to do about audio when a project is all done.  This tip provides you with the knowledge to properly set up your own speaker system in your house for a completely immersive home theater experience.  So grab the family and that big ol’ bucket of popcorn, your living room will soon be in surround sound thanks to the...

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Best Pals: Goliath

Posted by on Apr 6th, 2015 in Best Pals, News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

Best Pals: Goliath

We have a fluffy cat for you this week! Goliath is an adorably chubby five-year-old neutered male kitty looking for his forever home! He’s great around people of all ages, and is waiting for you at The Humane Society of Carroll County. Stop in to visit him, all of his furry feline friends, and the rest of the critters up for adoption today!

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CCHRC Awards Dinner 2015

Posted by on Apr 2nd, 2015 in News/Blog, Slider | 0 comments

The Carroll County Human Relations Commission celebrated it’s Annual Awards Dinner. This program features special presentations by Virginia Harrison, Chair of the CCHRC. The 2015 recipients of the Human Relations Award were Jean and John Lewis. Stephen Guthrie, Carroll County Public Schools Maryland Superintendent of the Year, received a special recognition. Pam Zappardino was the Guest Speaker featured for the event. There was also a special presentation to the Carroll County Public Library. Congratulations to everyone!...

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Manchester Easter Egg Adventure

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

Manchester Easter Egg Adventure

Join the town of Manchester as they go on an Easter Egg Adventure at Charlotte’s Quest Nature Center.

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Producer Tip Week #11 | Hero

Posted by on Mar 27th, 2015 in CMC Tips and Tricks, News/Blog | 0 comments

Producer Tip Week #11 | Hero

Have you ever noticed how gosh darn windy it is in most superhero flicks?  Anybody who fashions a cape or flowing locks of hair seem to be followed by rogue gusts of wind originating from an unknown location… even in places like a windowless warehouse it seems.  Mysteries of where the wind comes from aside, it does add some flair to any superhero entrance be it an underground lair or the lofty back alleys of Gotham.  I have a tip to give you the power over “hero wind” In order to record maximum hero status (or any covergirl...

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