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FEBRUARY 2015 NEWSLETTER

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From Producer Laura Abbady:

This is the introduction to the 2nd Annual Cape Coastal Conference airing Wednesday at 3:30 and watch for it “on demand” on the website: http://capemedia.org/todays-schedule/

For the second year in a row, Waquoit Bay Research Reserve has gathered respected scientists and community leaders to assess the effects of water quality, nitrogen, climate change, sea level rise and coastal resiliency issues surrounding Cape Cod and how they may impact the coast. Eleven lectures, videoed June 5th and 6th, this year, at the 2nd Annual Cape Coastal Conference are presented in 8 sessions. Careful research has led to scientific conclusions and the information is accessible, engaging and cautionary, reaffirming that we are not powerless,  watching as the beach rearranges and disappears. “Getting to Clean Water”, “Solving our Biggest Environmental Problem”, and Shellfish Aquaculture are from Day One; “Building Resilience to Storms, Sea Level Rise and Climate Change” from Day Two, are the topics, all covered in depth. While some of what climatologists have learned is intimidating, at the same time they have discovered information about what we can be doing now to prepare for the future. If you plan on attending this year’s upcoming Cape Coastal Conference watching the series of lectures is a good introduction to the issues involved.”

2014 Cape Coastal Conference: Implementing Strategies to Improve Water Quality & Build Coastal Resilience”

1. Keynote Address: Getting to Clean Water   32.55

2. The Cape Approach: Solving Our Biggest Environmental Problem 41.00

3. Keynote One: Regional Climate Change in New England 29.34

4. Keynote Two: Resilience: To What End? Climate Trends in New England 101.25

5. Dealing with Erosion: The Spectrum of Coastal Erosion Control Methods 30.20

6. Coastal Resilience Grant Programs: Supporting Local Adaptation Efforts 19.24

7. Preparing for Sea Level Rise & Climate Change at a Community Level and Individual Asset Scale 37.17

8. Using Shellfish Aquaculture for Nitrogen Remediation (4 presentations) 1:12: 30

Don’t forget  the 16th is a Holiday! President’s Day. We’ll be closed! We love long week ends!
Learning Lab: Scopes – Video and Audio . Join us Wednesday Feb 4th at 6 PM to learn about scopes for video and audio, how to refer them, and how to utilize them on your projects. Jay Sheehan will present this workshop which is free to members and guests.
Tech Tip….What do coats, blankets, and books have in common with insulation? They can all be used to control sound when you don’t have the proper materials found in traditional studios. Recording audio at home have better results when you place/hang heavy coats, blankets, or cushions around what you are recording, about 2-3 feet away. If you have a bookcase, books are a great way for natural diffusion. Position it behind you to disperse sound back into your absorptive materials. Simple solutions…results may vary.
Community Bulletin Board, all the information you have, can be posted on our channel 99! Go to http://capemedia.org/our-community/ and fill out the form, we will get your information seen.
We are looking for new and interesting artists to fill our gallery in 2015 and beyond!
If you know ANYONE please have them contactJamie@capemedia.org
THANK YOU!

LEARN ALL ABOUT THEM! Meetup registration, class and workshop can be done right from the calendar!

 

New Media Center Production
eSTEAMers: entrenepeurs building Cape Cod’s future with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Co Producers and Media Center staff Paula Hersey and Jay Sheenan will be launching a new show in early February to highlight all the amazing people, businesses and organizations that are thinking outside the sandbar and creating opportunity and economic development.

The magazine style show will have an in studio feature interview, a STEAMlight segment -businesses doing something new or different, Entrepreneur Corner -tips for entrepreneurs from Bridgewater Stae University, Innovation Education from Cape Cod Community College and a STEAMmaker- discovering Cape Cod makers.  If you have a segment idea or would like to be consider for a guest interview, please contact Paula at 508-394-2388 x104 or paula@capemedia.org
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Cape Cod Makers will host a quadcopter meetup Saturday, February 21st at the Media Center from 2-4.  Come see what all the excitement is about and learn more about this wicked cool new video technology!
For more info http://capecodmakers.org/
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New Workshops for February at the Media Center
Take that new year’s resolution to learn something new and sign up for some workshops at the Media Center in February & March.  Something for everyone and designed to give you actionable skills and techniques.  Don’t delay, seating is limited.
Cost $10 members, $25 without membership.
Classes are Mondays from 3pm to 5pm.

Intro to Photoshop 2/2
iPad for Producers & Business Productivity 2/9
Tips for creating a Not for Profit video PSA  2/23 FREE!
Storyboard Tutorial – How to Create Storyboards for Television 3/2
Social Marketing for Producers & Organizations 3/9

If you have questions on a class or an idea for a workshop, please contact either Jamie (jamie@capemedia.org) or Paula (paula@capemedia.org)
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New Reservation system now LIVE!
The Media Center is pleased to announce that our new reservation request system for Facilities and Equipment is now live on-line!  RueShare makes it easy for YOU the member to make reservation requests right from YOUR own computer.  Go to http://capemedia.org, look for the RueShare login.  Come in for a 1 on 1 training with any staff member to learn how use this exciting new tool!

The Latham Players, directed by Penelope Chatterton, are highlighted in a fund raising television program on Feb 7th, 9 am to noon at channel 99 in Dennisport.  If there are any crew members available to help out, they would be very welcome!  Be in touch with Penelope at penelopechatterton@gmail.com.
In 2013, Latham Centers acquired the former New England Fire and History Museum property near our Brewster Children’s Campus for one dollar.
Anne McManus, CEO of Latham Centers, is quoted as saying, “we are so grateful to the museum trustees for this opportunity”.   Penelope wants to share what our needs and joys could be with community support.
Please look for our program as we are excited to present song, dance and talk about our love of theater and what this renovated museum can do for all the programs at Latham Centers.  We extend a warm welcome to our surrounding neighbors and friends.  Our doors will be open!
PRODUCERS…..

Now on website, please share with producers who may need a refresher or those who need to be producing their own shows!http://capemedia.org/events/event/basic-studio-production
ON DEMAND! …. That’s right! Go to our web site: www.capemedia.org and go to Today’s Schedule and Video on Demand and watch your favorites!

 

Not a Member? Need to Rejoin? Renew? IT’S ALL ON LINE!

http://capemedia.org/on-line-membership-form/

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