05/22/2014 - 2:37pm
channelAustin's 78702 media has been hired again by eBay's Small Business Challenge for Nonprofits to provide production services for their training.
05/22/2014 - 1:16pm
A research paper on public access television published in the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media has concluded that public access is still relevant. The audience analysis, which was based on survey data gathered by the City of Austin and the University of Texas, found that "despite major innovations in digital and mobile media, traditional PEG channels remain a highly relevant source of information." The study specifically demonstrated that "public access television remains relevant to underprivileged populations," that "public access television has not been eclipsed by online content sharing platforms," and that "compared to non-viewers, viewers of public access channels have significantly more social capital." >> Read the complete article << Wenhong, Chen, Marcus Funk, Joseph D. Straubhaar & Jeremiah Spence (2013) Still Relevant? An Audience Analysis of Public Government Access Channels, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 57:3, 283-281
05/15/2014 - 10:00am
channelAustin held its Austin Youth Film Festival on May 17 at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz where Austin area's youth filmmakers showcased their short films before peers and industry professionals. See names and films of grand prize winners and runner up winners.
03/05/2014 - 1:48pm
channelAustin is thrilled to participate in Amplify Austin 2014 – a city-wide giving day that offers a fun, exciting, and incentivized way of giving to causes you care about. Help channelAustin by showing your generosity on March 20-21 during the 24-hours of giving. Set a calendar reminder now that at 6pm on March 20th you have 24 hours to give back where it counts. Or preschedule your donation to channelAustin today. Set it and forget it!