Community Media Center of Carroll County

Community Media Center of Carroll County Using the power of digital media to connect our community - www.carrollmediacenter.org The Community Media Center is a public, education, & government media organization that provides a shared broadcast-production facility for five local television channels – Channel 18-Carroll Community College, Channel 19-the Public Access Channel, Channel 21-Board of Education Channel, Channel 23-Municipal Channel and Channel 24-the County Government Channel.
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01/20/2021

Watch coverage of the Westminster, Maryland City Council Meeting on 1-25-2021

01/20/2021

Watch coverage of the Union Bridge Town Council Meeting on 1-25-2021

01/20/2021

Watch coverage of the Town of Mount Airy Planning Commission Meeting on 1-25-2021.

01/19/2021
Don't miss the Historical Society of Carroll County's Virtual Box Lunch Talk: Carroll’s African American Soldiers and Sa...
01/15/2021

Don't miss the Historical Society of Carroll County's Virtual Box Lunch Talk: Carroll’s African American Soldiers and Sailors in the Civil War. Tuesday, January 19th at 12 Noon. http://bit.ly/HSCCBLT The program will be streamed live online and on cable channels HD-1086 and channel 19. It will be recorded for rebroadcast.

Carroll County contributed a large number of its free and enslaved African American men to fight for the Union during the Civil War. Most ended up in the infantry, but some were assigned to the cavalry and others to the U.S. Navy. Join Mimi Ashcraft in exploring the stories of these men, the challenges they faced in segregated military service, the battles in which they fought, and their families’ efforts for pensions after the war ended.

This talk will be held via zoom, to register visit https://hsccmd.org/event/box-lunch-talk-carrolls-african-american-soldiers-and-sailors-in-the-civil-war/

On Monday, January 18th In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Community Media Center will feature special prog...
01/14/2021

On Monday, January 18th In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Community Media Center will feature special programming on cable channel 19 and HD-1096. For specific channels and air times, visit http://bit.ly/MLKDayPrograms

Featured Programming includes:

The March on Washington: a CMC documentary produced in partnership with the Carroll County NAACP, featuring local residents who were part of the historic event in which Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his inspirational "I Have a Dream" speech.

Live coverage from Carroll Arts Center's presentation: Spoken Word From: DewMore Baltimore a poetry revue and performance filled with diverse and profound black stories told through an unapologetically black Baltimore lens

A Tribute to Rep. John R. Lewis: Presented by the Carroll County NAACP, this program features the late Rep. John R. Lewis sharing a variety of stories from his history growing up in Alabama, to the civil rights movement and his work with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Episodes from Carroll County's African American Trailblazers Series.

For specific channels and air times, visit http://bit.ly/MLKDayPrograms

Watch Live online coverage of the Town of Manchester MD Town Council Meeting on Tuesday, January 12th starting at 7:00 P...
01/12/2021

Watch Live online coverage of the Town of Manchester MD Town Council Meeting on Tuesday, January 12th starting at 7:00 PM http://bit.ly/3bzQmki

Westminster, Maryland want’s your input.The second Community Meeting for the  Wakefield Valley Park Master Plan Developm...
01/12/2021

Westminster, Maryland want’s your input.
The second Community Meeting for the Wakefield Valley Park Master Plan Development will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at the Carroll Arts Center.
Two sessions will be offered on January 27, 2021. The first seating will begin at 6:00 p.m. The second seating will be held at 7:15 p.m.

Due to State-mandated capacity limitations, those wishing to participate in this interactive planning process are asked to RSVP for one of the two available time slots by contacting the City of Westminster Recreation and Parks Department by phone at 410-751-5501 or email at Wes[email protected].

The City is also offering community members the opportunity to make their voice heard in a virtual setting.

Those who are unable to attend the meeting at the Carroll Arts Center can view the meeting on Facebook Live, but comments and questions posted in the Facebook chat feature will not be monitored or inventoried as part of the public input and data collection process. Rather, those wishing to provide input resulting from viewing the meeting on Facebook Live should email their comments to [email protected].

The January 27, 2021 meeting will also be streamed live on cable channel 23 and will be available for post-production viewing on the City’s website (www.westminstermd.gov) from January 29 through February 3, 2021.

Comments from the post-production viewing can be submitted via email to [email protected]. The public comment period will remain open through February 3, 2021.

For more information visit https://www.westminstermd.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=548

Westminster Invites Input on Wakefield Valley Park Master Plan Development
Second Community Meeting to be Held on Wednesday, January 27, 2021

On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, the City of Westminster will hold a community meeting at which City residents and other interested parties can provide input on the development of a master plan for Wakefield Valley Park. The meeting will be held at the Carroll Arts Center, located at 91 West Main Street in Westminster. The City is also offering community members the opportunity to make their voice heard in a virtual setting.

Due to State-mandated capacity limitations, two sessions will be offered on January 27, 2021. The first seating will begin at 6:00 p.m. The second seating will be held at 7:15 p.m. Those wishing to participate in this interactive planning process are asked to RSVP for one of the two available time slots by contacting the City of Westminster Recreation and Parks Department by phone at 410-751-5501 or email at [email protected].

Those who are unable to attend the meeting at the Carroll Arts Center can view the meeting on Facebook Live, but comments and questions posted in the Facebook chat feature will not be monitored or inventoried as part of the public input and data collection process. Rather, those wishing to provide input resulting from viewing the meeting on Facebook Live should email their comments to [email protected].

The January 27, 2021 meeting will also be available for post-production viewing on the City’s website (www.westminstermd.gov) from January 29 through February 3, 2021. Comments from the post-production viewing can be submitted via email to [email protected]. The public comment period will remain open through February 3, 2021.

An initial opportunity for the community to offer input on the Wakefield Valley Park Master Plan was provided by the City in December 2020. Based on that input, a second iteration of the conceptual plan has been prepared. Community members will have the opportunity on January 27, 2021 to review and offer feedback on this latest version, including where to focus activities within the Park property.

Westminster Mayor Joe Dominick stated, “The development of a master plan for Wakefield Valley Park is vitally important, as the plan will provide a foundation for the future phased development of the property, and also lay the groundwork for future City grant applications to finance park improvements. We are grateful that so many community members participated in the initial community meeting in December, and I encourage everyone to take advantage of the opportunity to make their voice heard at the January 27, 2021 meeting.”

On September 14, 2020, the Mayor and Common Council authorized execution of a contract with Pennoni Associates, Inc. to assist the City with the development of the master plan. The project is funded with grant monies from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

01/06/2021
Carroll County Chamber - Legislative Kickoff

Live coverage of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Kickoff on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 starting at 8:00 AM During this virtual meeting with the Carroll Delegates, learn what bills will be presented during this year's legislative session. Delegates will also answer questions. This program will be streamed live on cable channel HD-1086, channel 19. It will be recorded for rebroadcast.

12/31/2020
Carroll County Chamber - Legislative Kickoff

Live coverage of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Kickoff on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 starting at 8:00 AM During this virtual meeting with the Carroll Delegates, learn what bills will be presented during this year's legislative session. Delegates will also answer questions. This program will be streamed live on cable channel HD-1086, channel 19. It will be recorded for rebroadcast.

Share your suggestions for features that should be included at Wakefield Valley Park. Post your comments on the Idea Pho...
12/17/2020

Share your suggestions for features that should be included at Wakefield Valley Park. Post your comments on the Idea Photoboard and be a part of Westminster, Maryland's Wakefield Valley Park Community Meeting. To watch the meeting and learn more visit https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting

Comments can be submitted through December 23rd.
Residents can also email comments to [email protected]

Tonight is the first of three planned meetings where you can  share your ideas for  Westminster, Maryland's Wakefield Va...
12/16/2020

Tonight is the first of three planned meetings where you can share your ideas for Westminster, Maryland's Wakefield Valley Park Development. Session 2 starts at 7:15. https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting

Submit your ideas for the park on a virtual map, add your comments to online photo boards and see what other residents are saying in real time! Learn more at https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting Instructions will be provided during the meeting and the comment collections will remain open for submissions through December 23rd. Residents can also email comments to [email protected]

Why do you go to Wakefield Valley Park, and what do you do there?  Don’t answer here - share your comments on the Wakefi...
12/16/2020

Why do you go to Wakefield Valley Park, and what do you do there? Don’t answer here - share your comments on the Wakefield Photoboard and be part of the Westminster, Maryland's Wakefield Valley Park Community Meeting. To watch it live and learn more visit https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting

Online comment collections will remain open for submissions through December 23rd. Residents can also email comments to [email protected]

Submit your ideas for recreational features to be included in the Wakefield Valley Master Plan by adding a pin to the Vi...
12/16/2020

Submit your ideas for recreational features to be included in the Wakefield Valley Master Plan by adding a pin to the Virtual Planning Map. See what ideas others in the community have suggested during Westminster, Maryland's Wakefield Valley Park Community Meeting. To watch it live and learn more visit https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting

Comments and submissions can be made now through December 23rd. Residents can also email comments to [email protected]

It's almost time. Westminster, Maryland's first planning and public input meeting for the Wakefield Valley Master Plan D...
12/16/2020

It's almost time. Westminster, Maryland's first planning and public input meeting for the Wakefield Valley Master Plan Development will begin at 6:00 PM Share your ideas for the Wakefield Valley Park is about to begin, watch live at https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting
There will be two sessions - Session 1 starts at 6:00 PM, Session 2 starts at 7:15.

You can submit your ideas for the park on a virtual map, add your comments to online photo boards and see what other residents are saying in real time!
Learn more at https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting Instructions will be provided during the meeting and the comment collections will remain open for submissions through December 23rd. Residents can also email comments to [email protected]

Share your ideas for the Wakefield Valley Park Development!On Wed Dec 16th the Community Media Center will stream covera...
12/16/2020

Share your ideas for the Wakefield Valley Park Development!

On Wed Dec 16th the Community Media Center will stream coverage of Westminster, Maryland first planning and public input meeting for the Wakefield Valley Master Plan Development. There will be two sessions - Session 1 starts at 6:00 PM, Session 2 starts at 7:15. https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting

Submit your ideas for the park on a virtual map, add your comments to online photo boards and see what other residents are saying in real time! Learn more at https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting Instructions will be provided during the meeting and the comment collections will remain open for submissions through December 23rd. Residents can also email comments to [email protected]

Viewers can watch the meeting on cable channel 23, Youtube, Facebook, and on the City of Westminsters Website https://bit.ly/WestminsterWakefieldPlanning
This meeting will be recorded and rebroadcast on cable channel 23 and available for viewing on the City of Westminster website and on CMC's website https://bit.ly/CMC-WakefieldMeeting from December 18, through December 23, 2020.

You can help us improve our coverage of this an other meetings, by taking this short survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RZK8FCM

The Community Media Center is piloting this virtual experience to help provide citizens with the broadest access possible to the planning process. Please note: This is an experimental experience, and some unforeseen technical issues may occur. We thank you for your patience.

12/08/2020

Watch coverage of the Town of Sykesville Town Council Meeting on 12-14-20

The City of Westminster, Maryland will hold a Community Meeting on Wednesday, December 16th to gather input for the Wake...
12/08/2020

The City of Westminster, Maryland will hold a Community Meeting on Wednesday, December 16th to gather input for the Wakefield Valley Park Master Plan Development.

The meeting will be held at the Carroll Arts Center, located at 91 West Main Street in Westminster. The City is also offering community members the opportunity to make their voice heard in a virtual setting. Those who are unable to attend the meeting at the Carroll Arts Center can view the meeting on Facebook Live, but comments and questions posted in the Facebook chat feature will not be monitored or inventoried as part of the public input and data collection process. Rather, those wishing to provide input resulting from viewing the meeting on Facebook Live should email their comments to [email protected].

Due to State-mandated capacity limitations, two sessions will be offered for the December 16, 2020 onsite community meeting. The first seating will begin at 6:00 p.m. The second seating will be held at 7:15 p.m. Those wishing to participate in this interactive planning process are asked to RSVP for one of the two available time slots by contacting the City of Westminster Recreation and Parks Department by phone at 410-751-5501 or email at [email protected].

PRESS RELEASE 12/07/2020
Westminster Invites Input on Wakefield Valley Park Master Plan Development
Community Meeting to be Held on Wednesday, December 16, 2020

On Wednesday, December 16, 2020, the City of Westminster will hold a community meeting at which City residents and other interested parties can provide input on the development of a master plan for Wakefield Valley Park. The meeting will be held at the Carroll Arts Center, located at 91 West Main Street in Westminster. The City is also offering community members the opportunity to make their voice heard in a virtual setting.

Due to State-mandated capacity limitations, two sessions will be offered for the December 16, 2020 onsite community meeting. The first seating will begin at 6:00 p.m. The second seating will be held at 7:15 p.m. Those wishing to participate in this interactive planning process are asked to RSVP for one of the two available time slots by contacting the City of Westminster Recreation and Parks Department by phone at 410-751-5501 or email at [email protected].

Those who are unable to attend the meeting at the Carroll Arts Center can view the meeting on Facebook Live, but comments and questions posted in the Facebook chat feature will not be monitored or inventoried as part of the public input and data collection process. Rather, those wishing to provide input resulting from viewing the meeting on Facebook Live should email their comments to [email protected].

The December 16, 2020 meeting will also be available for post-production viewing on the City’s website (www.westminstermd.gov) from December 18 through December 23, 2020. Comments from the post-production viewing can be submitted via email to [email protected]. The public comment period will remain open through December 23, 2020.

Westminster Mayor Joe Dominick stated, “The development of a master plan for Wakefield Valley Park is one of the priority projects included in the City’s adopted Strategic Plan. The master plan will provide a foundation for the future phased development of the property, and also lay the groundwork for future City grant applications to finance park improvements. I encourage all community members to take advantage of the opportunity to make their voice heard at the December 16, 2020 meeting, as well as participating in future meetings that will be publicized on the City’s website and social media sites.”

On September 14, 2020, the Mayor and Common Council authorized execution of a contract with Pennoni Associates, Inc. to assist the City with the development of the master plan. The project is funded with grant monies from the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

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BERC is a Carroll County organization that offers employment services to individuals. BERC provides resources that can help you get employed. All services provided by BERC are free and can be offered to you upon request. We help support your job search in a number of ways: Creating a resume Identifying your best career match Enrolling in training relevant to your career Providing job leads Prepping for interviews And more If you're interested, please use our online form to contact us, http://carrollworks.com/job-seeker-services/covid-customer-services/ We have a web page with information to help support you during this challenging time, go to http://carrollworks.com/covid19-resources/ If you want to see new job openings that businesses have submitted to the BERC office, go to the BERC page at https://www.facebook.com/CCBERC/ If you are in need of support to help you file an unemployment claim in Maryland, go to www.mdunemployment.com BERC offers a weekly Job Club online meeting to discuss the labor market and identify strategies to support your job search. If you wish to join this interactive meeting, please email Scott: [email protected] If you have any questions, please contact BERC: [email protected] or 410-386-2820 Thank you!
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Excellent education seminar at Carroll Technology Council today! Abundance of useful information regarding Managing Employees and Their Devices. Shared details with CMC crew. Thanks for the info!
Well, I was invited to a high school observance, but, medical conditions prevented me from participating. Would it be possible to be put on a list for next year ? Thank You Semper Fi
November 29-30, 2018 Grant Management Class Hosted by Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
Tomorrow, October 3rd, we are scheduled to be back in the TV Studio to tape: Episode #136 - "I Struggle Too" Episode #137 - "Eating the Elephant" Episode #138 - "Watch Your Assumptions" Episode #139 - "Why We Fail" If you have ever been interested in what goes on, behind the scenes, in a Cable TV Studio, come on by and watch and learn. We will be starting around 10am. We will be at: Community Media Center 1301 Washington Road Westminster MD 21157 (Next to Westminster High School) Also, if you live in Carroll County Maryland Community Media Center will show YOU how YOU can create your own Cable TV Programs and share them on Comcast Channel 19. They, and several other people, have helped me SO MUCH and, now, our Cable TV programs are shared in 1.7 MILLION homes each week. Thanks, John Carver [email protected]
Team, At the last Media Makers meeting I mentioned that my team (with the HUGE help of Cody and Mike) have broadcast 135 episodes of our programs. My wife and son, Tim, help me with the production. I WAS TERRIFIED WHEN I STARTED TAPING PROGRAMS. We are scheduled to be back in the studio on October 3, 2018 starting around 9:30ish until around 12:30ish. As a result of the, AMAZING, help of CMC we have expanded our programs to be shared in 1.7 million homes each week in Washington State, Arizona, Colorado, N Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland. Here are a few examples of the shows we do: If it is Ignored - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E19dF0iq0sg&t=23s Your Life Sentence - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8vfloLFmWc&t=6s Tear Down this Wall - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_imSh_2jpA&t=26s If you are interested in learning more about how we tape our programs, maybe learn a thing or two or just watch come on by the studio on the morning of October 3rd. WARNING: you will have to listen to me blabber...LOL. If would would like to reach me my email is [email protected] Respectfully
Only 1 week before the big job fair at BERC, on Thursday, October 4, from 1 pm to 4 pm. Prepare your resume and get ready to meet with some of the best employers in Carroll County Maryland. If you're looking for a job, then you should plan to attend this employment event. There are plenty of good job openings. Apply in person at BERC on 10/4. Info: 410-386-2820 or