Kenosha Community Media is thankful for the support provided by the City of Kenosha, Time Warner Cable/Spectrum, our hard-working, talented volunteers and producers, our sponsors and donors, our Board members, Wisconsin Community Media, Alliance for Community Media, and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce, and many thanks to our staff, Jason Rimkus and Ralph Piro, whose commitment, talent, and community spirit are indispensable as we embark on a New Year of building a better community through media.
After 15 years of service to the Board of Directors, Carole Moresi stepped down from her role on December 20, 2016 at the Board's final meeting of the year. In her long tenure, Carole had stepped up many times to raise funds and awareness of our organization. She was tireless in championing KCM to fellow nonprofits, business leaders, and the general public. She worked in front of and behind the camera. She was meticulous in her work, ensuring that KCM always presented a professional image and service to the community. Thank you, Carole!
It's not Christmas without Santa and it's not Christmas in Kenosha without Santa and friends lighting the City's official Christmas Tree. On December 3, 2016, many sang and cheered as Santa Claus, his elves, and an enthusiastic audience kicked off Kenosha's Lightin' Up Downtown festivities. KCM was there to capture the fun and share it with you.
Each December, Kenosha Public Museum hosts its International Holiday Faire. KCM was there on December 3, 2016 when they invited many visitors to share their Christmas and holiday greetings with our viewers in Kenosha and around the world.
KCM is proud to share its coverage of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra and their holiday concert from Reuther Auditorium that took place on December 10, 2016.
Knowing how to capture and edit video is an important skill, whether you want to share video images with friends and neighbors or want to prepare yourself for a career in video production. Kenosha Community Media will host a video production course, designed for beginners, starting on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 6pm. These course takes place on January 23rd and 30th, as well as February 6th and 13th. Learn TV studio and control room production, video editing on our new iMac computers, and field production with our new HD camcorders. Cost is $50. Discounts available for senior citizens and students. Course is open to residents of Kenosha County, including its city, towns and villages. Ages 11 and up may participate; however, anyone under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult. To register, call (262) 656-8497 or contact our Media Coordinator, Jason Rimkus, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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