News

Oct 18, 2019
AMHERST — Amherst Media officials are still awaiting a decision on whether they will be granted a certificate of appropriateness allowing them to proceed with plans to build a new headquarters in the Emily Dickinson Local Historical District.
Oct 3, 2019
By SCOTT MERZBACH AMHERST — Since arriving in Amherst more than 35 years ago, Pat Ononibaku has focused her energy on improving education by promoting social justice and equal opportunities for all children, and addressing racial disparities in discipline, while also being a mentor and a socially conscious entrepreneur.
Aug 29, 2019
Frances Crowe, a staunch anti-war activist and advocate for peace passed away Tuesday Morning, August 27th, at the age of 100. Frances was known for her creative and ceaseless efforts to promote goodness and peace.  She was featured in two episodes of Going Deeper, produced by Marcie Sclove, back in Spring 2017. 
Aug 22, 2019
Scott Merzbach of the Daily Hampshire Gazette reported on the Local Historic District Commission's reception of the new Amherst Media building design for Main and Gray Streets. Read the full story here.
Aug 15, 2019
Jose Bello, a Bakersfield College student, farmer and father makes bail after NFL players Josh Normal and Demario Davis, as well as immigration advocacy organizations, posted his $50,000 bail. Bello was detained by ICE 36 after reading a poem critical of the agency. Read the full story here
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.

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