Oct 6, 2011
Hello everyone, I'm writing today with some good news: We have finished getting our broadcast system hooked back up and fully functioning. This means that all programs should now be airing on their regular schedule. Church services and other programs that come into us on DVD are now playable again, so those will return to their original schedule as well. We are still working on copying some videos from our old server to the new one, which will probably take a bit more time, however we don't expect this to have an impact on the current schedule.
Oct 3, 2011
Massachusetts Senator Stan Rosenberg will be celebrating 25 years in public office on October 20. Amherst Media would like to extend our congratulations to Senator Rosenberg on his many accomplishments over the years. Head over the Mass Live to check out a recent article Senator Rosenberg:
Sep 30, 2011
Hello everyone, Once again, we want to thank you for your patience. Our broadcast server upgrade has taken a little longer than we had originally expected. The good news is that we are almost running at full capacity again. We have begun to air many of our programs at their regularly scheduled times. The rest will hopefully return to their regularly scheduled times early next week.
Sep 22, 2011
Every now and then, we like to put a spotlight on some of our producers here at Amherst Media. Our latest feature is on Ish Klein and Greg Purcell, two of our podcasters, who created the "No Slander Podcast." Take a look at the "Meet The Producers" segment on them and head over to to learn more about their work and follow their podcast.
Sep 22, 2011
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Sep 20, 2011
Find out what's changed and what's new in the latest version of Apple's Final Cut Pro X, just Updated today. This presentation will be given by the vastly experienced Kiri Roberts, aa Apple Certified teacher of Final Cut Pro, Motion and Soundtrack Pro for several years. Kiri will use his expertise to explain the basics of Final Cut Pro X, the newest editing software from Apple, demonstrating the new possibilities and potential. SIGN UP NOW See all our Upcoming Apple Certified workshops
Sep 9, 2011
Amherst Media would like to extend our congratulations to board member, professor of communication at UMass and Director of the Center for Communication for Sustainable Social Change (CSSC), Jan Servaes, on being named UNESCO Chair in Communication. Read the full article here:
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