Millis Community Media is a non-profit corporation which provides training and resources for the development and production of non-commercial community programming by residents and coverage of local events with the help of residents and interns. The office and studio are located in the Veterans’ Memorial Building at 900 Main St. and can be reached at 508-376-7057 or milliscommunitymedia@gmail.com

MCM is funded by the town’s two cable providers, Comcast and Verizon. For more information about MCM select a topic in the above menu, or go to the Video menu to view our programs. All programs are copyrighted.

                                                                                                            

Millis Community Media offers internships and also has some paid crew positions for municipal meetings and sports coverage. Training is provided. If interested call 508-376-7057. You must be sixteen years of age or older. We have openings right now for paid crew members. 

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COMING UP ON MCM:  

Here's what's happening in December Happy holidays from all of us at MCM! It's hard to believe another year is wrapping up. Our congratulations to the Millis Girls Varsity Soccer team on their championship victory and to the MohawkVarsity Football team on their back to back Superbowl championship victory! We will be airing their playoff games and the Superbowl in December. Check our listings for the schedule. Thanks to soccer producer Doug Coutts and football producer Brooks Corl for all their hard work throughout the fall sports season. Thanks also to football spotter Jacob Battaglino and to Shane Joseph for covering a Millis Middle School football game this season. Now it's on to basketball!

Producer/Host Joyce Boiardi will present a moving one hour episode of Millis After Dark focusing on the local impacts of the opioid crisis. Her guests are Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey, Fire Chief Rick Barrett and Police Chief Chris Soffayer, along with Leslee Hodgman, who son was a victom of an overdose. Check out our news brief clips exclusively on our Facebook page each week. Thanks, as always, to the members of the community who produce local programming for MCM.  MCM provides training and equipment for Millis residents or organizations who wish to produce non-profit programming for the community. Contact the studio for more info at 508-376-7057 or at milliscommunitymedia@gmail.com.