Media Map Debuts at CAC Celebration

Media Map Debuts at CAC Celebration

  • Posted on: 2 April 2007
  • By: jmc

The Cambridge Media Map debuted at the Cambridge Arts Council “2007 Grant Recipients Celebration” at Cambridge City Hall. Selected as one of 25 grant recipients, CCTV’s media map was displayed among an impressive array of events and programs that include classical music, theatre, dance, literature and more. The goal of CAC’s Grant Program “is to encourage a vital role for the arts in the lives of Cambridge citizens in all of the City’s neighborhoods.

Here is what the Cambridge Arts Council had to say about our media map:

“Tour Cambridge’s dynamic arts, culture, and history with Cambridge Community Television’s (CCTV) Internet-based video map of Cambridge. Visitors to the site will be able to click on points on the map to bring up Quicktime and Flash movies related to that location.”

The media map currently features ten videos ranging from historical documentaries about East Cambridge to a lively tour of quaint Huron Village with author Jay Cantor. We are currently accepting video submissions for the map. If you have a location-based video you would like profiled, please email Jason Crow, Community Technology Coordinator: jason [at] cctvcambridge.org.

State Representative Alice Wolf and Mayor Kenneth Reeves were there to present the awards to this year’s grant recipients.

To view the media map, now live, visit http://cctvcambridge.org/mediamap