Kenosha Community Media is looking forward to the Saturday, December 10, 2016 holiday concert, presented by Snap-on Incorporated, of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra. This performance takes place at Reuther Auditorium, 58th Street and Sheridan Road, Kenosha, WI at 2:30pm. The Symphony will perform holiday favorites, including several fantasias on well-known carols. The afternoon's musical offerings will include a collaboration with the Kenosha Chamber Choir. www.kenoshasymphony.org and kenoshachamberchoir.org
Kenosha Chamber Choir will also perform its Winter Concert on this same evening at 7:00pm at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 5900 7th Avenue, Kenosha, WI.
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KCM's 2016 capital improvement project reached fruition in November 2016 with the arrival of iMac computers for video editing, JVC HD camcorders, and Leightronix HD UltraNexus server, which will be used to broadcast in standard definition over cable channel 14 (Time Warner/Spectrum) and will soon be used to stream HD video over the Internet and to a KCM Roku channel. This is phase one of a multi-phase capital improvement project that will continue through 2017.
KCM's own Jason Rimkus sits down with Jeff Pulera of Streaming Broadcast Solutions. His Milwaukee-based company is a NewTek Elite Partner and Jeff is a Certified TriCaster Operator.
Kenosha Community Media celebrated 31 years of community television with a public ceremony on November 3, 2016 at the Fireside Restaurant. KCM also honored its volunteers and presented is Dennis Shook Sr. Award to Stanley Washington and its John Bloner, Sr. Producer of the Year award to Ray Parrish. In addition, representatives of local nonprofits addressed the audience along with State Senator Bob Wirch. Thank you to everyone who joined us that night.
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