Hometown USA Video
2005 Hometown Video Competition Award
Released: June 6, 2005
Contact: Richard Wilson, Cable
WROK, City of Royal Oak Government Access Cable
WROK is proud to announce that Cable Coordinator Richard Wilson
is a winner in the 2005 Hometown Video competition sponsored by the National
Alliance for Community Media. The winning program “A Fast Minute Production ”
was entered in the Computer/Video Art and Animation (professional) Category.
Access cable TV producers from across the country are invited to participate in
the Hometown Video Festival. The winning entry is a compilation of Show opens,
Station I.D.’s, Bumps and Motion graphics used in WROK programming.
Previously this program won locally in the Access Ability awards sponsored by
the Community Media Network. It then went on to win in the Central States region
conference in October of last year. Now it’s won national accolades. This is
Cable Coordinator Richard Wilson’s first national award. Previous years have
only garnered Honorable mention and second place finishes.
The Alliance for Community Media is a national grass roots
organization with chapters through out the United States. The Alliance works to
support media democracy and is based in Washington D.C.
The award presentation will be at the Alliances’ national conference and
trade show on July 6 – 9 in Monterey California.
For more info on the Hometown Video Festival, please go to the
Alliance for Community Media is Website (www.alliancecm.org)