Arlington Community Media supports the youth of Arlington with a strong presence at the Ottoson Middle School and the Arlington High School. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get involved.
ACMi strives to offer a wide array of opportunities to the students of Arlington High School. Whether it be student journalism, documentary style programming, filmmaking, or live event coverage, Youth Membership is a foundational element of our cable access station.
Certified High School Youth Members have complete access to ACMi’s facilities, equipment and training, and are encouraged to create their own programming – which is aired on our Education Channel – as well as assist on other ACMi projects.
Full Student Membership has always been and will continue to be completely free of charge! We welcome anyone who is interested, regardless of experience.
Arlington High School’s Focus Media group is an after-school club that produces and films a variety of content. Students learn filmmaking and also assist in filming numerous town events like school sports, Battle of the Bands, Graduations, Town Day’s Main Stage, and more! This is a great way to get started with video production.
The majority of Arlington High School sports games filmed by Arlington Community Media are made possible by youth and member volunteers. If you are interested in seeing more games covered, helping cover those games, commentating, or editing, then please contact email@example.com to find out how you can be trained and help bring more sports broadcasts to your community!
The ATown Teen Film Festival is an opportunity for young media producers in the Arlington area to showcase their talents and abilities in directing, acting, writing, and creating wonderful content!
Many shows evolve to become almost completely student produced. The Ponder Scope was created by AHS student Gayatri Sundar Rajan in 2014. It is a weekly flash update of Arlington High School news, important notices, and more. In 90 seconds, learn about AHS athletics, events, and announcements. If you would like to submit a story or host an episode, please email Ponderscope@acmi.tv.
YouView was brought into being in 2019 by AHS student Sam Dieringer. It has been passed down through subsequent generations, and continues as a show dedicated to youth activism, culture, and topics of interest in Arlington. If you are interested in hosting a segment, crewing an episode, or filming on location, be sure to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ottoson Media Group (OMG for short) is an after-school program offered by ACMi to the Ottoson Middle School. The students meet once a week to develop their skills in video production and film Ottoson concerts and events.
Many of the students who participate in the middle school program continue with ACMi in high school, having already acquired a substantial foundation in video production and live event coverage.
Though the Ottoson charges a general fee for after-school programs, there is no additional cost for students to participate in OMG.