Join us for the Michigan Association of Broadcaster’s Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference & Trade Show on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. At the end of the day, we will have a joint meeting with Michigan ACM & NATOA members. All events take place at The Lansing Center: 333 E Michigan Ave, Lansing, MI 48933
Attendance including lunch and admission to the Trade Show is $40 (Early bird rate ends April 1). After April 1 it will be $50! Conference starts at 9am.
The Michigan Chapter (MI-ACM) and National Alliance for Community Media (ACM) offer many events to help generate ideas and network with like minded people! Here is a list of a few community media events held at a national, regional and state level. We hope to see you there.
MI-ACM annual fall station tour and membership meeting will be traveling to the East side of the state. We’ll tour three to four Public, Education and/or Government Facilities on a Friday in September. More info TBD.
The 2015 Fall Station Tour was jam packed and tons of fun! We saw everything from creative DIY solutions to gear that will be for sale soon! Huge thanks to Dan Goodell from Saginaw Valley State University for showing us his impressive LED studio and audio booth.
Many thanks to the whole crew at MCTV Network; Ron Beacom, Matt Richardson, Billie Bethune, interns and Midland Library for providing lunch and showing use their ProMax server, new cablecast room and production trailer (that will be updated in a few weeks and the old one will be on sale!).
Special thanks to Aaron Jones from Central Michigan University for giving us an inside look at CMU’s Broadcast & Fine Arts programs and an in-depth look at their playback system Just Play by Tools On Air. Congratulations to MHTV for winning Michigan Association of Broadcasters Station of the Year award 14 years in a row!
Round of applause to Carey Hammel from MACTV Network in Mount Pleasant (a consortium of 11 surrounding villages and towns) for getting creative in his studio to build some cheap DIY solutions, showing off his EVO server and creating so many wonderful programs with limited staff!
Shout outs to Billie Sue Oliver from Midland Public Schools for being our chauffeur around town and Brewer Jeff from the Tap Room who gave us an informative and engaging brewery town!
If you have any suggestion on stations and/or studios you wish to tour please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to everyone who came out and especially the station for making this possible!