Davis Media Access (DMA) has recorded many of the Parent University presentations over the past few years, and thanks to the efforts of Programming Manager Alex Silva-Sadder, we are now proud to host all their information and videos in one easy-to-access place: http://dctv.davismedia.org/dpu-home
Young filmmakers Eli Weiss, Dylan Starsinic and Dave Meddin are up for a regional award for a PSA they produced on cell phone cramming.
By Autumn Labbe-Renault, Executive Director
Published originally in The Davis Enterprise, Sept. 30, 2012
Seems just yesterday it was June and I was writing about election coverage. Though the importance of Nov. 6 is known nationally, I’m focused closer to home.
As the non-profit community media center serving Davis and Yolo County, Davis Media Access (DMA) has produced local election coverage since the mid 1980s, and considers voter education and community coverage core to our mission of creating community through media. This election season, The Davis Vanguard & Davis Media Access (DMA) will co-host a school board candidate forum, to be held in the Harper Junior High Multipurpose room on Monday, Oct. 1, 2012.
When Patrick Shearer and his wife Danielle moved to Davis earlier this year, he found himself with time on his hands and a need to explore his new town. Native to Australia, Shearer had established himself as a veterinarian in his homeland. He’d built up an impressive resume, working for private practices Down Under and completing an internship here in the States.
Information about a video project happening at DMA this Thursday, July 12:
- Valuing an idea, lest it disappear
- From the Mailbag
- Cool Davis 2012 - Workshop on Community Choice Energy
- Shout outs & love
- Car/boat donations benefit KDRT
Valuing an idea, lest it disappear
"KDRT doesn't happen without community support. It can't. It's that simple."
KDRT and Davis Media Access are in the final week of our annual fund raising, and donations are very slow this year. We're taking it live to the Farmers' Market this Wednesday and hoping the community will show us some love!
In partnership with the Davis Farmers' Market and its Wednesday-night Picnic in the Park, KDRT 95.7 FM will broadcast live at the market from 4-8 p.m. this Wednesday, June 27. The broadcast booth will be located at the top of the concrete steps adjoining the picnic area.
Featured this month on “In the Studio” are Peregrine School; Garden Vision 2012; Egyptian Uprising update; and Food Scrap Composting.
“In the Studio” is produced at Davis Media Access (DMA), the non-profit community media center serving Yolo County. The program provides local newsmakers and community organizations with easy ways to promote their activities and events. DMA produces four
Studio Host Intern Description
Company: Davis Media Access
Address: 1623 Fifth Street, Suite A, Davis, CA 95616
Phone: (530) 757-2419, Ext. 14 - 757-2938 fax
Contact: Jeff Shaw (e-mail: email@example.com) Production Manager
Calendar Period: January-April 2014
DMA is the community media center for Davis and surrounding areas. DMA operates DCTV public access channel 15 and Educational Access Channel 17 (in partnership with the Davis Joint Unified School District), and low-power community radio station KDRT 95.7 FM. firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 757-2419 for more info. DMA is located at 1623 Fifth Street in Davis.
Davis Media Access (DMA) invited the Yes on Measure C and the No on Measure C campaigns into the studio in January to record brief campaign statements. The resulting short programs are airing on DCTV Channel 15 on the Comcast system, on Menu 99 on AT&T’s U-verse system, on KDRT 95.7 FM and online at http://dctv.davismedia.org through March 5th. DMA does not take a position on any election and offers its services free of charge to local candidates and campaigns in a fair and balanced manner.