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Sep 8, 2011
Hi folks! Some of you may have noticed the text crawling across the screen about the upgrade that's taking place with our broadcast server. We wanted to give you a quick update on that. Our server is currently on the fritz, but we are expecting a new one to arrive any day now. In the meantime, we will only be airing Free Speech TV on Channel 12 and Classic Arts on Channel 15. Unless otherwise noted, all government shoots will still be broadcast live on the appropriate channels.
Sep 8, 2011
On completion the 100 Faces project will consist of 100 Portraits of Americans who have been to the theaters of war in Iraq or Afghanistan (OEF,OIF). Each portrait is accompanied by a placard featuring a statement written by the person pictured and a brief biography of the person pictured. The biographical information and the statement reflect the person at the time of the creation of the portrait.
Sep 8, 2011
The Five Colleges are going to be holding various gatherings and memorials in regards to the upcoming 10th anniversary of 9/11. Below is a list of all events, which are open to the public: At Smith College Sunday September 11, 2011 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Remembering 9/11: An Exhibition of Artist Books and Photographs from the Mortimer Rare Book commemorating the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Neilson Library 3rd Floor: Book Arts Core Exhibit Area; Mortimer Rare Book Room At Amherst College
Sep 6, 2011
The Bartlett Dam in Pelham stood strong last week, but plans to remove the structure are already underway. This short video explores the history and fate of the Bartlett dam, as well as the ecological benefits of dam removal.
Sep 2, 2011
Are you a thrifty college student looking for some furniture for that new apartment? Perhaps you have some furniture that you'd like to get rid of?
Aug 31, 2011
We are proud to be recognized by the Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce for our 35 years of community leadership and training. "Amherst Media has earned the Legacy Award, for its work in programming the community television stations, offering streaming video on its website and a studio for the public to use. "They enrich the community in many ways," said Tony Maroulis, the Chamber's Executive Director." Quoted from this Daily Hampshire Gazette article
Aug 23, 2011
We have a variety of positions open this Fall for students to be involved in the wonderful world of Amherst Media. So whether you want to film in the field, learn how to edit, master social media, get experience running an office or help archive our history there's something for you. INTERNSHIPS Production Assistant Interns Production Assistants are a vital part of our operations here at Amherst Media. Candidates should be self-motivated and enthusiastic about Multimedia production!
Aug 16, 2011
The strike by Verizon's land-line workers completes its first week and on Saturday August 13th dozens of workers and even more supporters from the community rallied and picketed at down-town Northampton's Verizon offices. This video shows scenes from that rally...
Aug 10, 2011
Net Neutrality is the right to access whatever we want online without corporations getting in the way. It is the status quo, and in the 21st century there is no more palpable way to support freedom of speech than by ensuring the continued right to an open Internet for all Americans.
Aug 9, 2011
Monday Aug 8th saw the first day of a massive strike of Verizon workers across the North East. Workers were picketing outside of the Verizon Wireless store location in the chain-store-dense Route 9 in Hadley, Massachusetts, just down the road from our studio here at Amherst Media. See what they had to say below and for more check out this article from the Hampshire Gazzette: http://www.gazettenet.com/2011/08/09/strike-hits-home

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