Volunteers have a wide range of possibilities available for participation. They can become producers and develop their own shows. Grant writers can develop proposals that partner with SMC and utilize media outreach which is often needed in a grant proposal. Studio and truck crews are always needed.The Friday Night football crew has openings to record high school games. This list is endless.
Have a great idea or story to tell? Need equipment for producing a program (Must be available to show on SMC)? Interested in learning about digital media production? Visit our staff about becoming a member or class or individual training. Volunteer and membership can be waived.
A producer creates their own content to be distributed via cablecast and online to the community at large. All producers take responsibility for their own programs. Copyrighted information needs permission. Inappropriate language, violence, nudity, libel, slander, obscenity, or subject matter not fit for regular viewing is subject for review and may not be allowed. Our staff can assist new producers.
If you are interested in learning more, we offer classes by appointment or Wednesday evenings. Classes cover topics such as camera, audio, studio, editing, media truck, and directing. Come over to SMC to see what equipment we can offer for your program ideas.
Salina Media Connection also offers an Internship Program for high school youth and college students. Call for details.
An Independent Contributor is someone who creates programs for Salina Media Connection but is paid individually for each piece of published work. To get started, arrange for an appointment to visit with the management team at SMC. Independent Contributors are stringers (independent contractors) and receive a fee for their work.