Congratulations to Dean Romano, who was elected President to the Board of Directors of Kenosha Community Media on January 17, 2017. Dean is active in environmental conservation, serving as volunteer to Kenosha Sports Fishing Conservation, Conservation of Congress, and the Climate Reality Project. For many years, he has produced and hosted the local television series, Outdoor Wild. He is joined in 2017 on the Board by Lin Swartz-Truesdell, Vice-President, Nancy Mathews, Secretary, and Richard Schmerling, Treasurer, along with Darlene Duncan and John Bloner, Jr. (ex-officio member). Thank you to all of them and our staff, Jason Rimkus and Ralph Piro, who work to provide video production training, facilitation of use of our Kenosha Media Center, and video programming for the greater Kenosha area.
Learn to express yourself with the creative tools of video production. Sign up today for KCM's course in TV studio, field production and video editing. Cost is only $50. You'll use KCM's camcorders, studio and control room, and iMac computers to learn how to create professional programs about topics of interest to you and your community. Once you've completed this course, you may continue to visit our Kenosha Media Center at 1403 Washington Road (inside the Time Warner/Spectrum building) to create your own programming and/or to meet others who share your interests and work with them in video production. Call us at (262) 656-8497 or contact Jason Rimkus, Media Coordinator to KCM, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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