Crowdsourced Kenosha is a creative community project of Kenosha Community Media, Inc. (KCM) and the Kenosha Public Library in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Its built on a model from Northampton Community Television (NCTV), and its primary objective is to engage the public to re-make a famous film, the 1921 horror classic, Nosferatu. The public serves as producer, director, camera operator, talent, costume and set designer, and in other roles,
Crowdsourced Kenosha is a free,inclusive venture. Kids, teens, and grownups may participate. No experience required. You don't even need to be human. Puppets and animated Legos may join in the fun. Participants may work by themselves, using their own cameras and other equipment, or they may join Crowdsourced Camp, a free training and production experience, taking place from June 16 through August 31, 2018.
Crowdsourced Kenosha kick-off is on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at Fusion, 5014 Seventh Avenue, Kenosha, WI. Free admission. Visit the event website HERE.
Kenosha Community Media thanks HuHot Mongolian Grill for its generosity. HuHot in Kenosha, WI provided a generous donation to KCM in November, setting aside a percentage of their sales from November 16, 2017 to benefit KCM.
KCM's coverage of the 2017 Civic Veterans Parade, presented by Snap-on, would not have been possible without the talent and dedication of our volunteers. Take a moment to view the faces behind the cameras that bring this event to you on your TV, phone, or tablet.
Kenosha Community Media caught all of the colors, sounds, pageantry, and fun of the 2017 Civic Veterans Parade, presented by Snap-on, on Sunday, July 2, 2017 and are excited to bring it to you. Thanks to our staff, Jason Rimkus and Ralph Piro, our talented and dedicated volunteers, Jeff Baas, Rick Appleby, Mike Savaglio, Andrew Thompson, and Rich Schmerling, and our parade announcers, Tammy Conforti and Jim Selovich.
Dave DeBerge (left) and Andrew Thompson, video producers, work on an editing project at the Kenosha Media Center. KCM recently installed new iMac computers for public use at its Washington Road facility.
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 email@example.com.
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.
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.
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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