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 volunteers 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 email@example.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.
COMING UP ON MCM:
Happy Spring! MCM crews are busy covering a wide range of events including meetings, forums on the proposed elementary school, plus library and Garden Club events. The sports crew just wrapped up the basketball season and many thanks to Doug Coutts for his play-by-play coverage and Larry Koh for the camera and post production work. Check out our Facebook page which features info about MCM, shoots we are covering, pictures of our crews at work and video news clips and videos on demand. Thanks, as always, to the members of the community who have helped MCM produce over 80 hours of programming from January through March!
Stay informed... new programs to watch: Millis Public Forum's Meet the New Town Administrator, The BOS and Finance Committee meetings, more forums about The Elementary School Building Committee proposal for the new Clyde Brown School. Wicked Pissed: New England's Most Famous Feuds featuring journalist and author Ted Reinstein and Rosa Parks: Her Story and Her Image, a Millis Reads event with Prof. Brenna Greer of Wellesley College.
The Millis Spring Elections will be held Monday, May 1st. Town Meeting will be held on Monday, May 8th in the High School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.. Registered voters are encouraged to attend to vote on the town's business and make their voices heard. MCM will carry the meeting live.