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Jul 11, 2019
Amherst Media and other PEG media stations are at risk of being defunded by the FCC. Watch this video to learn more about what you can do to save public access stations accross the country, and in your own backyard. 
Jul 8, 2019
We're looking for community volunteers to get involved in covering local events and government. Get involved in your community media and learn to operate our cameras and edit video. Ask us about how to get a free membership and training. Visit us at 246 College Street in Amherst or call or email us at 413 259-3300 or info@amherstmedia.org
Jul 1, 2019
Due to technical difficulties, the stream of the July 1st Amherst Town Council meeting is currently unavailable for viewing on Amherst public access cable channel 17. The meeting will be available to view tomorrow, July 2nd, on Amherst Media's website and YouTube page.
Jun 5, 2019
Learn about critical issues and make a difference. Climate Action Now of Western Massachusetts, Amherst Media, NAACP of Amherst, and the Coming Together Anti-racism Project present The Racial and Climate Justice Summer Youth Program.
May 21, 2019
In this two-part segment of The Magic Triangle Series, Glenn Siegel interviews Jane Bunnett, longtime musician and member of the music group Maqueque. Part 1 and Part 2
May 21, 2019
In case you missed it, Meat for Tea-The Valley Review and The Collective are joining forces for their first ever fiction contest. Click on the story to find out the rules for entry and then submit!
May 21, 2019
Recently touted by Live Nation as "Ones To Watch," Amherst's Sunshine Brothers Inc. serve up surf-infused playlist with nostalgic 60s and 80s influences but with their own unique twist. Their show for Live At The Grid comes on the heels of the debut of their new EP "Jerry" in mid February. The single "In Your Dreams" had already surpassed a quarter million streams.
Apr 1, 2019
The Amherst area mourns the passing of Ray Elliot, 95, former president of the Pioneer Valley NAACP and founder of Citizens for Racial Amity Now. Ray was a staunch civil rights activist, an advocate for veterans, and an all around well-loved community member.  He passed Thursday, March 27. Ray most recently appeared on Going Deeper in two parts. Part one can be viewed here and part two here.

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