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Welcome to the CMC

For over 25 years the Community Media Center has acquired and maintained technology tools, media services and community venues to benefit the Grand Rapids community. Explore this site to discover how CMC's television, radio, IT, education and live theatre resources are here to help you. Launched

The CMC together with the West Michigan Sports Commission has launched the commission's new website. The new site brings many new tools to both the commission and the users of their website. Not only can you see the events schedules, you can sign-up to volunteer for those events as well. People in charge of organizing tournaments will love the new Venues section, with the ability to search for a venue by keywords or sports type, and the ability to suggest a tournament to the commission. There's also a West Michigan Sports History section...

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CMC creates website for Nokomis Foundation

The CMC together with the Nokomis Foundation has launched The new online home for the foundation gives them a global audience to hear the stronger voice they are creating for women and girls.  The update website includes a completely new design, a Google powered search engine and the ability for visitors to receive updates regarding the Nokomis Foundation via email.

GRTV is now on MySpace!

Posted: 10/01/2007

Become our friend and share your favorite videos with us!

Aron Duby has joined the CMC's IT team and replaces web developer Jordan Adema, who has moved to Ann Arbor.  Aron comes to us with a background in graphic design along with creating standards based websites for the past 5 years utilizing XHTML, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL and Flash.  Aron has some big shoes to fill and says he is definately up for the challenge.  Welcome to the team Aron!

Volunteer of the Year

Posted: 09/04/2007

At the annual membership meeting on August 15th Byron Strickland was named GRTV's voluteer of the year.  This was Byron's second time winning, he and Charles Bennet shared the honor last year.  All of us at GRTV want to thank Byron for all his hard work and dedication.  Volunteers are the core of a public access tv station and we couldn't do it without them.