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Offline For a Year? See what Paul Miller Learned While ‘Unplugging’

Filed in Blog by on December 28, 2017 0 Comments • views: 157

  WATCH: Paul Miller is an American Technology Journalist from Springfield, Missouri and senior editor for The Verge.  He decided to disconnect from the hyperconnected world in an attempt to ‘find himself’ and become more productive. He abandoned the internet and disconnected from all Social Media, returning to a life before the net, apps and […]

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Improve Your Photography in 4 Easy Ways!

Improve Your Photography in 4 Easy Ways!

Filed in Blog by on December 28, 2017 0 Comments • views: 92

If your 2018 goal is to improve your skills behind the camera, you’ve got some work to do!   1.) Practice Makes Perfect. Use your gear everyday.  Remember that the best camera is the one in your hand! Bring your camera everywhere you go and shoot anything you can.  Review your footage and get feedback […]

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February PSA Application

February PSA Application

Filed in Blog, Community Information by on December 11, 2017 2 Comments • views: 267

Students who will be participating in a four day workshop at the Media Center in February will be producing PSA’s for three lucky Cape Cod organizations!  To apply, fill out the form below. Three will be chosen.    

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Tools & Training for Professional Communicators

Tools & Training for Professional Communicators

Filed in Blog by on October 31, 2017 0 Comments • views: 243

Resume? Experience? Dressed to Impress?  Think you’ve got the job? Not so fast.  Today more than ever, communications professionals need to have the tools and the training to stand out from the rest of the crowd.  If you’re reading this, chances are you are a communications professional yourself or aspiring to be one. You made a […]

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A Haunted Family Reunion

A Haunted Family Reunion

Filed in Blog by on October 17, 2017 0 Comments • views: 501

Capt Lazarus’ Haunted Harbor isn’t just a scary spooky Halloween attraction, it’s a high school reunion of sorts. Mr. John Sullivan when working on the idea for the Haunted Harbor (first called the Harbor of Horror) turned to former Students Emma Carpenter and Jen Kunze to help recreate the flavor of Sullivan’s 30 year run […]

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The Digital Camera Demystified Workshop

The Digital Camera Demystified Workshop

Filed in Blog, Classes & Workshops by on September 20, 2017 • views: 1097

 Special DSLR Still Photo Workshop Local acclaimed photographer, Paula Hersey will be leading us through exposure, white balance and framing with a digital single lens reflex camera. Bring your own camera, fresh batteries and camera manual if you have one to get a better understanding of how to take great pictures. This is for beginners […]

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Fake News: Everyone’s sharing it, are you?

Fake News: Everyone’s sharing it, are you?

Filed in Blog, Uncategorized by on August 28, 2017 0 Comments • views: 400

If you’re a consumer of online news and a user of social media, chances are you’ve come across some form of “fake news.”   Recent research outlines some of the changes in media and social media that has affected American Democracy.  Last year, during Election 2016, many people heard of “fake news” for the first […]

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Summer Camps: Wrapping up

Filed in Blog by on August 28, 2017 0 Comments • views: 327

As summer wraps up, we welcomed our final group of students to  camp! Rowan, Sophia, Abrianna and Ana were hard at work and having fun. They began the week by brainstorming some pre production ideas for their project. As you may remember, the Cape Cod Community Media Center has been invited to participate in a […]

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Summer Camp, Week 1

Summer Camp, Week 1

Filed in Blog by on August 2, 2017 0 Comments • views: 292

This week began summer camp here at the Cape Cod Community Media Center. The first group consisted of 3 seventh graders. Sami and Phebe are locals, and Keegan traveled here from West Springfield. Each one shows a strong interest in different aspects of what we do here at the Media Center. For the girls, it […]

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Intern Update

Filed in Blog by on July 24, 2017 0 Comments • views: 343

Interning at the Cape Cod Community Media Center over the last two months has been such an enjoyable experience. We’ve learned valuable lessons in everything from conducting an interview to editing the final product. Walking in, I had no experience with any of the equipment or software, but now feel comfortable enough to approach them […]

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Armed Robber Captured by Yarmouth and New Bedford Police views: 10

Just after 7:00 Friday night, Yarmouth Police were called to 71 Lower Brook Road on reports of a robbery involving a firearm. The caller told police that the suspects fled in a dark-colored car. Upon arrival, police officers found a person at the home had been robbed of his cell phone, the suspects were identified […]

Experience Sensory Overload at Cotuit Center for the Arts views: 26

What does the phrase “sensory overload” mean to you? Last fall, the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) posed that question to the region’s top artists. Of the 65 submissions the AFCC received, 39 pieces created by 35 artists were chosen for its annual Winter Art Exhibit, which opened last Saturday at the Cotuit Center […]

ONE MISSION, ONE RELAY. views: 89

We’re excited to announce that we will be hosting the very first RELAY CAPE COD meet the teams night!   If you haven’t heard the big news, Cape Cod has come together this year for one big Relay, held right in our backyard at Dennis-Yarmouth High School. On January 31st, 2018 we are opening our doors […]

State Senate Task Force to discuss Local Economy views: 22

State Senators Julian Cyr and Vinny DeMacedo will be hosting a meeting of the Massachusetts State Senate Task Force on Strengthening Local Retail this month in Hyannis. The Task Force on Strengthening Local Retail was formed last year to identify ways to help local retailers become more competitive. The Task Force will address a number of […]