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The Santa Barbara Channels invites the community to a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Special Tours of their new facility. Join the Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce, Goleta Mayor Roger Aceves, and other guests for this Grand Opening on Wednesday, December 2, 11 am–2 pm at 7000 Hollister Ave. in Goleta
The event will begin at 11 am with the Ribbon Cutting, speeches, and photo-ops. Those who wish to see the new studio in action can be part of the audience for a live recording of our award winning series, The Creative Community with host David Starkey, Santa Barbara’s Poet Laureate, and his guest, poet Friday Lubina. (Limited to 40 guests; please RSVP to email@example.com).
Starting at Noon the public is welcome to tour the new state-of-the-art production facility. This is a perfect opportunity to see how The Santa Barbara Channels uses the latest media technology to put Santa Barbara, and the surrounding area on TV and on the Web. A light lunch will be provided.
The Santa Barbara Channels moved into a great new location across Hollister from the Camino Real Marketplace in Goleta in May of this year. The building had previously been used as a television studio, most recently by Univision. The Santa Barbara Channels made some substantial improvements, created a second smaller studio, and upgraded equipment including HiDef PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom) remotely operated cameras, DMX (Digital Multiplex) LED lighting, a Jony Jib Pro12, and four G5 edit bays running Final Cut Studio.
Come see one of the finest and newest community media centers in the nation, a place members of our community already produce more than 30 different studio programs, a media center that has won two dozen national and regional awards for content in the past five years. Find out how you can be involved, see firsthand how television is created, or talk to the staff about how this award-winning center can help you meet your organization’s media needs.
The Santa Barbara Channels Community Media Network is a nonprofit corporation run by a volunteer board of directors. The station operates both Community Access (Channel 17) and Educational Access (Channel 21) channels as part of the Public, Educational, and Governmental (PEG) channels authorized by the Federal Communications Act. Both channels are available in every home on the South Coast receiving Cox Communication. That’s almost 80% of all households between Carpinteria and Gaviota!