FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 8, 2017
Community-Minded Television (CMTV14) Opens State of the Art Studio to the Public and Expands Class Offerings in Partnership with AltLens
Spokane, Wash. — CMTV14, Spokane’s nonprofit community access television station has a new home. CMTV14 recently moved into a custom-built production studio, located at 104 West 3rd Avenue on the corner of Third and Browne in Spokane.
The move coincides with the launch of new classes offered by AltLens. Low cost workshops begin March 15. “We’re very excited to be working with CMTV14,” said Rebecca Chadwell the Program Director of Women in Art Media, who heads up the new trainings.
- Classes are held on Wednesday evenings and weekends at CMTV14
- The initial class entitled “Get to Know Film” covers the basics of video production
- No experience or equipment is necessary
- Workshops cost $10
- Registration is available online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/get-to-know-film-tickets-31898373895?aff=es2
AltLens is funded in part by a grant from the Inland Northwest Community Foundation. “We are grateful for the Inland Northwest Community Foundation’s support of this work,” said Kathy Thamm the Executive Director of Community-Minded Enterprises, home to Community-Minded Television.
CMTV14 has been serving Spokane since 2007, providing low cost digital media services. Programs air on Comcast channel 14, reaching roughly 100,000 homes in the Spokane area.
- Access to CMTV14 studio and editing facilities
- 30 minute consultation with a CMTV14 staff member
- Equipment checkout
- Online classes
- Ability to submit video for broadcast on CMTV14
For information on CMTV14 contact Ben Cabildo at (509) 960-7458 or