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History Project Interviewing Workshop
Emmy Award winning independent producer, Leo Eaton will be the special guest teacher for an Interview Training Workshop for local residents who are interested in collecting memories for the Carroll County History Project. Attendees will learn the best practices for interviewing a subject on camera. Whether for the History Project, or your own programs, this is can be an invaluable skill to learn. Immediately following the Interviewing portion of the workshop, Mr. Eaton will conduct a hands-on tutorial with the Kodak Playsport cameras, which are reserved for History Project recordings. To attend this free workshop, please RSVP to AJ Messer by email or call 410-386-4415 no later than Wednesday, November 26th. http://www.carrollmediacenter.org/services/history_workshop.html
More About Community Media Center
Located on Washington Road near Westminster Senior High School, the Community Media Center is a public, educational, and government media organization that provides a production facility for five local television channels including Channel 18 (Carroll Community College), Channel 19 (Public Access), Channel 21 (Board of Education), Channel 23 (Municipal), and Channel 24 (County Government). They exist as part of a national program requiring cable companies to assign a small portion of their channel capacity to represent local communities' interests and desires in exchange for the use of the public's right of ways. The Carroll County CMC moved into their current facility after construction was completed in 2004.