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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.
Commissioner Bliss talks with Jay Steffen from the City's planning department about the Michigan Street Corridor project.
Until further notice, LiveWire, comcast cable channel 24, will be broadcasting Classic Arts Showcase in place of our regularly scheduled NASA Television programming. This is due to the lapse in federal government funding resulting in the temporary shutdown of NASA Television. We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to return to our regular program schedule soon.
Commissioner Bliss speaks with Mark Miller of Neighbors for parks, pools, and playgrounds (NP3) about Grand Rapids' upcoming ballot proposal for a millage to fund improvements in city parks.
'It is proposed that Section 18 (e) of the City Charter be amended to authorize a new millage of up to .98 mills for 2014 through 2020, to be used for City-owned parks, pools, and playgrounds, which will raise an estimated $4,000,000 in the levy's first year.'
We are happy to announce that your favorite GRTV produced shows are now online and beautifully organized on our "Show Archive" page. It is easily accessible from the bottom of the button bar on the left side of GRCMC's "television" page.
In the archive you can find the most recent episode of "Bliss for GR" or last months "City Connection" with Mayor Heartwell or inform yourself on local Non-Profit Organizations that have been showcased on "NPO Showcase" or "Focus on Issues". It's simply a great resource for finding out about...
Commissioner Bliss speaks with Theresa Petko and Eric DeLong about the recent findings of the Sustainable Streets Task Force.