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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.
Meet Tom Clinton, the new Executive Director of the Community Media Center and hear his thoughts on access to media and the work of the CMC.
I am happy and sad to tell you that my tenure as station manager at WYCE is coming to an end.
I am happy because we have accomplished some pretty remarkable things in the eight years I’ve been in this position. When I started, we were an underpowered 7,000-watt station that barely reached the edges of Kent County. I was welcomed into a situation with a lot of duct-taped-together equipment, a less-than-rosy financial situation, and an unclear plan for what lay ahead. Now we’re a 10,000-watt station reaching the...
The CMC IT Team is happy to announce the launch of Grand Rapids Community Foundation's Challenge Scholars website.
The Grand Rapids Community Foundation is partnering with Grand Rapids Public Schools to enable students with support, beginning in 6th grade, by promising a free college or trade school education upon graduation for students of the community West Side.
Some of the highlighted features that went into creating the website are:
6 to 7 PM Reception: Meet the new Executive Director Tom Clinton
7 PM Member meeting: Hear the annual financial report and an update on activities. Meet the candidates for the CMC Board of Directors 2015 elections.
RSVP: helpful but not required. 616-459-4788 or email@example.com
Interested in running for the board? Nominations are open until June 4 at the close of the meeting. Go to grcmc.org/boardapp for info.
UPDATE: Microsoft has released a patch for this vulnerability and it is available now. This update has been made available for Windows XP as well, even tho that operating system reached end of life in April 2014. Find more information regarding the patch by clicking here
A vulnerability was recently discovered in all version of Internet Explorer that allows malicious code to run on your computer and could lead to the "complete compromise of an affected system" according to the Department of Homeland Security. Until a fix has been...