Welcome to Community Media Access Collaborative
We empower community voices by promoting media literacy, civic engagement, cultural understanding, and creative expression.
Complete the survey by September 30 and you could win a prize! This short survey provides us with valuable information that we use to improve CMAC’s programs and services. Will you take a moment to share your thoughts with us?
Monache High School’s Multimedia & Technology Academy will be hosting the 2nd Annual Porterville Film Festival on December 9, 2022 from 5pm to 7pm at the Galaxy Theatre in Porterville.
A new season of CMAC Sports has begun!
Join Fresno Reel Pride on Saturday, October 1, for their youth series screening!
Nonprofits who serve the Fresno County area are invited to apply to take part in CMAC’s PSA Day and receive free assistance from our professional staff to record a short public service announcement. Apply by September 26.
CMAC is a non-profit, membership-based community media center dedicated to helping you create the media you want to create. Whether you want to produce a talk show, a podcast, a music video, a documentary or anything in between, we have the gear and training to make it happen!
We offer training for people at every experience level – from beginner to advanced. Whether you want to learn how to use a camera to document a local event – or your organization wants to produce a 5-part series about local artists – we’ll show you how to do it successfully.
CMAC offers you the ability to produce your own videos and TV programs using our studio or field equipment. This is the most affordable method for creating content for airing on CMAC video channels on Comcast, AT&T U-verse and the internet.