John Sullivan and Andrew Rapo, are recognized for excellence in video and music production. Media Center Producers Nominated for 5 Emmys Quahog Entertainment earned three Boston-New England Emmy® nominations yesterday from the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). Quahog Entertainment co-founders, John Sullivan and Andrew Rapo, were recognized […]
Would you like to learn how to produce your own television show or start the next great documentary, how about a comedy, a drama, or even a talk show? The next round of classes are taking reservations. Individual training in Digital Camcorder Field production, and Non Linear Editing are ongoing. You have been putting off […]
Take a high-definition video tour of Chatham with this amazing video! Shot and edited by local filmmaker George Hall, this video displays many of the impressive beaches, landmarks, events, and activities that make this well-known Cape Cod town so special.
Cape Media News Debut Episode views: 38
Cape Media News launched its debut episode at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, April 19, 2017.
CMN: Housing for Young Working Professionals in Hyannis? views: 57
Developer Robert Brennan of CapeBuilt Development has a vision of a vibrant, youthful Hyannis, a place for young professionals to live, work and play. He’s got a plan for a townhouse style development along Pleasant Street in Hyannis consisting of one and two bedroom units designed for year round working young professionals. Brennan and his […]
Meet the CapeMedia StorySlam Judges! views: 146
Up until the event, we will be introducing the judges for the Cape Media StorySlam! Be sure to check back for more updates. John Sullivan John Sullivan was an Art Teacher and Drama Coach for Barnstable High School for 33 years. The BHS Drama Club program was voted one the best in New England […]
CMN Reports: Fool’s Channel, Chatham MA views: 129
High tides and strong winds battered the coast of Chatham on Saturday, April 1, 2017. The ocean broke through the barrier beach, causing a third breach and a new channel. Cape Media News correspondent Andrew Buckley reports on the changing coastline and what this could mean for boaters, fishermen, and the community.