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Access Door County

ADC is "Your Window to Arts and Entertainment." Door County is a favorite vacation spot for the Midwest, and has many art galleries and music events in the summer. We have created interviews with artists of all kinds and recorded concerts and would like to share them with others. Some interviews cover more topics than just the arts -- if it moves, we interview it!

Access Newsroom

The EMMY nominated Access Newsroom is a collaborative effort between the community public access station, channel 29 in San Francisco, CA and its producers and programmers to bring community based, community reported and produced, independent news and interviews from a grassroots viewpoint, unhindered, uncensored and unaltered.

Our mission is to bring the voices and issues of relevance from around the world and let those stories and opinions be heard in a full and forthright manner, giving voice to their own facts without a filter, and unencumbered by anyone or anything.

Rather than talk in 30 second sound bites, we give full expression to our stories as the segments range in length usually from 3 to 7 minutes long and each producer or programmer being responsible for the content and editing of their story.

We like to say we are a Uniquely Alternative Perspective, because in it's truest form, that's just what independent media is, and it is the essence of Access Newsroom.

Although it has a California tone to it, Newsroom deals with events of worldwide importance.

Access to Democracy

In 18 years Access to Democracy, hosted by Eagan resident Alan Miller, has presented almost 1800 interviews of everything from MN Governors, U.S. Senators, Supreme Court Justices and those of lower courts, members of Congress, Legislators of both houses -- everything including doctors, lawyers, an Indian Chief, authors, activists, athletes, and politicians from both sides of the aisle. Access to Democracy is a half-hour program that records 2-3 episodes every other week.

Accessing Government Information in Maine

"Accessing Government Information in Maine" uses a series of short dramatizations to highlight situations that Maine people could encounter when trying to get access to state or local government information. Each short scenario is followed by a brief explanation by former Maine governor
Angus King about what should happen in each case under Maine law.

ACM Promo Video 2014

This video is to get the message out about what the Alliance for Community Media stands for, and to spread the message of supporting community media.

Actors Studio of Cape Cod

Get an inside look at the actor’s process with auditions, training and scene study with professional actor, writer, and director, Kevin Lasit. Massachusetts is growing into the next Hollywood East and many of Kevin’s acting students are finding success and having fun learning the trade of acting for film and television. Have you ever wanted to act for TV and film? Then this is the show for you. For more information about Kevin Lasit visit his website at,

Adventure Never Stops - The Rali and Rick Show

The Rali and Rick Show is an informative and entertaining reality show where Adventure Never Stops. The episodes are shot on the fly and unscripted to keep it exciting and fun for the whole family. There is no specific story line. In each episode Rali experiences a different activity she's never done before, and we show you how she takes on each challenge. Along the way Rali collects historical and educational tidbits related to the encounter. Although, most of the activities take place outdoors, we make sure Rali is in the safest environment possible and is always treated with a great amount of respect.

Most of the time Rick is behind the camera and he captures the action as it takes place. However, at times, Rali talks to him and there are witty jokes thrown between the two of them. Rick is there for support and encouragement.

Created by: Rali Vernon
Produced by: Rali Vernon and Rick Johnson
Filmed and Edited by: Rick Johnson of Choker Films

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Adventures of Cinnamon and Spice

The Adventures of Cinnamon & Spice (tm) phenomenon derives out of the city Atlanta, Ga. Having just turned 6 years old, Cinnamon & Spice began attending the prestige school, Empire Elementary, located in the Community of Buckhead. In this community, they are taught some of their first lessons in fun and safety from their friends the crossing guard, Mrs. Lewis, the school police officer, Officer Payton, and their teacher, Mrs. Pete. Mrs. Pete is one of the most adore educators at Empire. She instructs Cinnamon & Spice, along with many other students, how important it is to just be ‘you’ and to live life with a little imagination. With that tiny imagination, you will then see that the world we live in is full of FUN & ADVENTURE!

The character-driven friends, Cinnamon and Spice, are an adventurous double act. Living only a few blocks from their newly loved school, Empire Elementary, the two girls arrive home safely everyday with the help of their friends. Instead of taking the consistent approach to everyday challenges, Cinnamon and Spice embark on life to bring fun and adventure to this sometimes solemn world we all live in. Whether searching for the ultimate solution to the new everyday life activities, or just finding ways to enjoy life uniquely together with friends, Cinnamon & Spice are notorious for creating an unforgettable experience.

So come and join us while we fasten our seat belts to enjoy world’s new favorite girls, Cinnamon and Spice, on each of their fascinating journeys.