May 24, 2018
Series producers must submit a renewed Programming Contract by June 1st for a regular timeslot on TCMedia channels. Download the programming contract here.
Questions? Contact Spencer Mordick, Channel Operations Assistant or call us at 360-956-3100.
May 2, 2018
TCMedia staff and producers took home three Best of the Northwest Awards and three Honorable Mentions. The Best of the Northwest Awards is an annual media awards contest presented by the Alliance for Community Media Northwest.
Democracy in Action, The Women's March on Olympia, Andrea Capere
Produced by Youth, The Unknown, Young Producers Network
Shows for Children, Just Kidding Around, Diane Miller
Honorable Mentions were:
Informative Feature, Thurston County Connection: Best of 2017, Robert Kam and Susan Willis
Studio Talk Show, Mission Nonprofit: South Sound Estuarium, Andrea Capere
Studio Talk Show, Short and Sweet, Riley Gibson
Congratulations to our talented at hard-working staff and members! To watch the awards ceremony, hosted by Lacey resident and local actor Greg Marks, click here.
April 18, 2018
Blues in the Black Box with Hurts Like Hell
Washington Center Black Box Theater
Saturday, May 12
Doors 7 p.m. | Show 8 p.m.
$22 + $3 convenience fee
All proceeds benefit Thurston Community Media
Having shared stages with The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band, .38 Special and The Little River Band, Hurts Like Hell is dedicated to creating an electrifying, all-original rock and blues sound that draws on the rich history of our rock forefathers of the sixties and seventies – Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, the Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, Robin Trower and Bo Diddley. Sharing more than a century of experience performing professionally, the four band members have forged their authentic sound through a shared musical vision, a relentless passion for creating music and the use of increasingly rare vintage gear.
Hurts Like Hell was honored with the 2011-2012 Weekly Volcano Best of Olympia Award for "Best Blues Band".
ABOUT THE BENEFIT
Thurston Community Media provides communication resources that build stronger communities. TCMedia can be watched on Comcast channels 3, 22, 26, and 77 in Thurston County. We're also available worldwide through our Roku channel, YouTube channel, and Video On-Demand service.
Do you enjoy watching coverage of popular local events, government proceedings, or catching Democracy Now on our channels? Or maybe you've heard that we provide production training to hundreds of community producers each year, creating 3,500 hours of unique, locally-originated media for and by Thurston County residents. Our award-winning youth media program allows one hundred youth to deepen their understanding of communications technology, bringing learning beyond the classroom.
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