In 1973 (Miller V. California) the United States Supreme Court developed a three-part test to define obscenity, which is not protected by the First Amendment. Under this test a community media station could prohibit programming considered obscene, but the Supreme Court’s definition is extremely broad and community media stations have generally had difficulty applying the three-part test. In turn, many community media stations do not attempt to censor obscene programming. Also, in 1993, the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit found that the judicial system must be used to deal with obscenity.
Diversity and Inclusiveness: Democracy is most effective in a society in which all members can participate. ConcordTV encourages understanding and collaboration across barriers of race, culture, language, class, gender and age.
ConcordTV does on occasion offer Internship Programs, which provides the opportunity for college-aged students to gain experience in Public Access Television and Video Production. The students will gain knowledge of Public Access as a community resource and experience what it is like to work in a professional television setting.
Qualifications for Internship Consideration:
• Preferably 18 years of age or older and enrolled in College/University courses;
• Able to work as part of a team in a professional setting;
• Mac proficiency preferred;
• Preferably pursuing a degree in the field of Communications or a related field;
• Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint proficiency preferred.
• Experience with Final Cut Pro and Express, Sony Vegas, Premiere, or any other Non-Linear Editing systems;
• Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Encore, Encoder, etc.);
• Experience with Field equipment (Canon XA25, SD Cards, Tripods, etc.)
To be involved: call us at 226-8872, or email email@example.com