CMAC | Public Service Announcement Recording

CMAC | Public Service Announcement Recording

CMAC | Public Service Announcement Recording
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North Fresno Rotarian Haley Wagner and Peter Fortuna will be venturing to a Fresno Treasurer, Community Media Access Collaborative of Fresno or better known as CMAC of Fresno.

Haley will be providing the voice over for the Public Service Announcement (PSA).  The PSA will be aired on YouTube and other social media platforms.

About CMAC Fresno

CMAC is a membership-based, non-profit organization created to help other local organizations, independent producers, schools, public agencies and others better connect with our community through the use of media – primarily television and the internet. We opened on April 13, 2012.

Our Community Media Center is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the historic Fresno Bee building in downtown Fresno. The Media Center offers a full range of production tools and training at low cost to community users in Fresno and Clovis.

The Media Center includes a fully equipped production studio and portable equipment to allow organizations and independent producers to create their own TV programs and web content. CMAC also operates three television channels on Comcast and AT&T U-verse available for local organizations and independent producers to air programs they create.

Credit: CMAC Overview

5080 North Blackstone Avenue, Fresno, CA 93711 North Fresno Rotary peter.fortuna.rotary@gmail.com UTC public
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North Fresno Rotarian Haley Wagner and Peter Fortuna will be venturing to a Fresno Treasurer, Community Media Access Collaborative of Fresno or better known as CMAC of Fresno.

Haley will be providing the voice over for the Public Service Announcement (PSA).  The PSA will be aired on YouTube and other social media platforms.

About CMAC Fresno

CMAC is a membership-based, non-profit organization created to help other local organizations, independent producers, schools, public agencies and others better connect with our community through the use of media – primarily television and the internet. We opened on April 13, 2012.

Our Community Media Center is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the historic Fresno Bee building in downtown Fresno. The Media Center offers a full range of production tools and training at low cost to community users in Fresno and Clovis.

The Media Center includes a fully equipped production studio and portable equipment to allow organizations and independent producers to create their own TV programs and web content. CMAC also operates three television channels on Comcast and AT&T U-verse available for local organizations and independent producers to air programs they create.

Credit: CMAC Overview

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Parking behind Chesterfields Antiques and Plaza Ventana Mexican Restaurants

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