Evanston Community Television Corporation

aka Evanston Community Television   |   Evanston, IL   |  ectv.com

Mission

To provide the city of Evanston, including residents and organizations, both civic and private with the opportunity to have their voices heard;The opportunity to ensure media access for the public, educational and governmental entities of Evanston;

The tools, training and support the community needs to effectively communicate using advanced multi-media technology;

 

 
An outlet for community expression, original content and alternative local media.

Ruling year info

1987

Principal Officer

Mr. Steve Bartlebaugh

Main address

2020 Asbury Avenue

Evanston, IL 60201

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Formerly known as

Evanston Community Media Center

EIN

36-3425873

NTEE code info

Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (Y01)

Television (A32)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (Y12)

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This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Go-Digital After School Program

District 65 After-School Video Club for Middle-Schoolers
Two five-week sessions, meeting twice weekly, will each provide 15 District 65 middle-school students (6th-8th grade) with training in video production and editing. Participants will learn to use professional-grade video production equipment to shoot and edit Children Crossing, a monthly 30-minute news program for District 65 Television and website.

District 65 Media Arts teachers will train and implement with Louis Glab, Training and Educational Access Coordinator for ECMC. The program will emphasize teaching students to creatively express themselves while developing technical proficiency in digital media production.

Major skill areas students will engage: language arts, creative arts, computing, collaborative problem solving. Students will learn to use and handle field and studio cameras, studios and control rooms, green screen technology and professional editing software.

Session One will be for students from Haven and Bessie Rhodes Schools. Session Two will be for students from Chute and King Lab Schools. Bus transportation to and from the schools will be provided; Club will meet at ECMC from 4:15 to 6:15 PM twice weekly.

Two District 65 Media Arts teachers paid for 20 hours of onsite teaching ($30/hr) plus 4-6 hours of prep time ($20/hr) two round-trip bus routes per session; fruit juice and snack bars.  Each student will pay $15 membership for the Club.  ECMC coordination and teacher training (20 hrs pre-Club, 20 hours per session, at $15.15/hr); office and media supplies for both sessions; 6 copies of professional software for ECMC editing stations (allowing students to work at both District 65 and ECMC)

TOTAL COSTS FOR 2 SESSIONS $12 593.20

Population(s) Served

ECTV has broadcast the 4th of July Parade for 26 years.  This year may be the exception.  In the past it has always been paid for in general funds from the City of Evanston.

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Evanston Community Television Corporation

Board of directors
as of 05/15/2012
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Board chair

Mr. Gary Brooks

Retired UPS

Term: 2010 - 2013

Cindy Cort

Lilo Schuster

Pat Markham

Evanston/Skokie School District 65

Dennis King