This July we will be holding three events at LCTV that are free & open to the public. The first is the usual Paramount Film Series screening happening on Monday, July 8. Later on in July we will be screening an Emmy Award-winning documentary and holding a public seminar on hosting your own show!
Keep reading below for more info on each event. Please note that you do need to register for the public seminar, but not for the film screenings.
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Due to the upcoming holiday & staff trip to the ACM National Conference, where we will receive 2 awards, we will have special hours the first two weeks of July.
Wednesday, July 3: 9am-6pm
Thursday, July 4: Closed
Friday, July 5: Closed
Wednesday, July 10: 9am-6pm
Thursday, July 11: 9am-6pm
Please plan equipment rentals & program drop-offs accordingly.
On this episode of “What’s Cooking?” Chef Merry makes homemade ice cream (without a machine)! This is something that can be made with or without an ice cream maker, but ends up a delicious summer treat either way. You can even add in chocolate chips or some other tasty bits if you wish!
Without a machine this does take some time, but most of the time is spent waiting for the next step. If you have a machine you just don’t need to do the most time-consuming part (we tell you when in the recipe below).
If you’re around the house for an afternoon you can start the base the night before & tend to it the next day then relax with a nice bowl of homemade ice cream that night.
Continue reading What’s Cooking? | Machine-less Homemade Ice Cream – Ep. 9 →
The Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing Yesterday on the State of the Video Marketplace. Part of the discussion centered around the proposed FCC rule changes that could partially and totally defund community media centers, like LCTV, across the country. Our friends with the Alliance for Community Media are working tirelessly protecting PEG Media from these ridiculous proposals.
Senator Edward J. Markey is also fighting on our side, as he has been for a while. During the hearing asked Craig Aaron from Free Press
, who sound the alarm when people’s rights to connect and communicate are in danger, about the impact this would have on communities. His response was as follows:
Continue reading Senate Commerce Committee hearing on State of TV & Video Marketplace →