If this is your first visit to our website, welcome, and thanks for visiting.
Davis Media Access (DMA) is a non-profit community media & technology center currently celebrating its 30th year of serving Davis and environs. Elsewhere on this website you can read about what we do; the purpose of my message here is underscore why we do it.
DMA’s community-centered work connects us to what matters: newsmakers, schools, families, youth, teachers, local elections, policy makers, community activists, neighborhoods, social justice activists, other non-profits, businesses, libraries, veterans, senior citizens, musicians, artists, and more.
Teaching people to create media, and providing a vibrant community learning center with a mind-boggling array of services, is what DMA has done for 30 years. Our work is made possible by the City of Davis, the Davis Joint Unified School District, and generous community supporters.
These are weird and woolly times for media nationally, which ups the imperative to support truly community-based, independent media outlets in the precious few places where they still thrive. This is what DMA and KDRT do, and it’s what we stand for. I invite you to explore the website, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter @dmafeed and Instagram.
Davis Media Access — Many Voices, One Community
Autumn Labbe-Renault, Executive Director