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Contact Us via www.ucamnet.org
admin@ucamnet.org
call 410.709.UCAM (8226)
Maryland based Non-Profit 501c3 Public Charity
Mission
United Community Access Media promotes the education of, training in, and access to media for the purpose of documenting the progress of our community.
We approach our mission by creating and developing projects which are approved by our Board of Directors and supervised by a Project Coordinating Council. Each project is headed by a project coordinator who assembles the crew and staff and materiel needed to achieve the goals of the project. Each project will include a training component so that by the completion of each project’s goal, the community involved will have the means to manage projects either with or independent of UCAM in the future.
Vision
- We promote the education of, training in, and access to media for the purpose of documenting the progress of our community, the general public.
- We produce and publish public service announcements for free to non profit community oriented organizations.
- We connect professionals in the field of documentation with individuals and community organizations, providing mentoring and training services.
- We assist community organizations in documenting their events, both for their own archives and for presentation to the public.

 

 

 

Board of Directors
Officers:
Mark Matthews (President)
Brian R. Naughton (Vice President)
Angelo Brooks (Treasurer)
Richard Waddington (Secretary)
Members of the Board of Directors
Judith Lombardi
Adam Milam
Frederick I. Scott, Jr.
Kwame O. Abayomi
Mary O'Byrne
Executive Director
David Sawyer
Project Coordinating Council
Jared Jackson
Project Coordinator
Academic Media Consortium (AMC)
Ashley Ramsey
Project Coordinator
Academic Media Consortium (AMC)
Raven Black
Project Coordinator
Community Media Consortium (CMC)
David Sawyer
Project Coordinator
Community Media Consortium (CMC)
Ayza Maxton
Project Coordinator
Community Media Consortium (CMC)
Gabriel Holden
Project Coordinator
Global Access Media Alliance Network (GAMA)
Eugene Balbierz
Project Coordinator
Global Access Media Alliance Network (GAMA)

 

Projects
Academic Media Consortium (AMC)
The AMC utilizes a comprehensive network of Baltimore Area colleges and universities for the purpose of sharing resources, collaborating on common tasks and assisting in the development of community media relationships.
This consortium is a resource for many of the other ongoing projects of UCAM. The AMC is made up of principals involved in collegiate publications, journals, calendars, film, video, audio, live events (such as lectures, concerts, etc.) and appropriate meetings in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.
A prominent feature of the AMC is the mentoring/training aspect, which directly relates to UCAM’s mission to train the community in the skill sets pertinent to becoming independent practitioners of media development. Integral is the use of the consortium member institutions’ facilities for training, production, screening and resource development. The collegiate members of the consortium choose mentees from area high schools and community based organizations who have an interest in media development.
Community Media Consortium (CMC)
A production oriented project which identifies stories and events in the community and presents them in the form of newsreels and short subject documentaries for distribution to area wide screens. It also produces these programs for web casting and DVD media.
Among the journal “beats” covered by this project are the following:
- Neighborhood community associations and non profit organization meetings, events, fund raisers, etc.
- The back stories behind the hard news covered by other journals
- The education beat
- The arts and entertainment beat
- The community media beat.
Academic Media Consortium (AMC)
The AMC utilizes a comprehensive network of Baltimore Area colleges and universities for the purpose of sharing resources, collaborating on common tasks and assisting in the development of community media relationships.
This consortium is a resource for many of the other ongoing projects of UCAM. The AMC is made up of principals involved in collegiate publications, journals, calendars, film, video, audio, live events (such as lectures, concerts, etc.) and appropriate meetings in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area.
A prominent feature of the AMC is the mentoring/training aspect, which directly relates to UCAM’s mission to train the community in the skill sets pertinent to becoming independent practitioners of media development. Integral is the use of the consortium member institutions’ facilities for training, production, screening and resource development. The collegiate members of the consortium choose mentees from area high schools and community based organizations who have an interest in media development.
How can we serve you?
UCAM is a service based organization.
We document the progress of our community...
The big our... which includes you and your community.
Is there something going on in your community that you wish to document?
Are you part of a community organization? a youth group? a senior group? a non-profit? an artist collective?
Learn about how you can get involved!
Contact Us!
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Get Involved - Documenting Progress
If you are a :
- Media Professional
- Media Amateur
- Student interested in or studying media
- Community Orginazation
- Community Leader
- Non-Profit Organization
- For-Profit Company looking for a Public-Private Partnership with a media based Non-Profit
- Philanthropic Organization
- Human being that has an idea and wants to document the progress of your community
Contact Us via www.ucamnet.org
admin@ucamnet.org
or call 410.709.UCAM (8226)
 


City of Baltimore Comcast Cable, Channel 75 Schedule, 2007

www.channel75.org
Channel 75 is switching over from S-VHS decks to a video server, so there may be technical or schedule problems durring the transition period. Schedule is incomplete and subject to change. Check back frequently for updates.

A complete daily/weekly schedule has been planned and promised on www.channel75.org

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