MetroEast Community Media Names Martin (Marty) Jones CEO
In 2011, a ten-year old boy named Jonathan came in to talk with Jen Dynes at Metroeast and said he wanted to be a photographer and filmmaker. Jen said, "OK". And so began the professional journey of Jonathan Reiterman.
This blog is written by our Get Reel Young Writer, Kaitlynn Brady. Kaitlynn is a is an experienced filmmaker who has completed advanced POWGirls camps at MetroEast.
MetroEast will be closed Monday, Jan. 4, 2016 due to inclement weather conditions. We will reopen Thursday, Jan. 7 at 9am.
2015 was a busy, busy year for MetroEast as we worked with local youth and partnered with non-profit organizations, government entities and the community at large. In our efforts to better represent our neighbors in East County we have also expanded our outreach to the Spanish-speaking community. If you've never set foot in our amazing studio in Gresham, we invite you to do so in 2016.
Applications for this position are due January 8, 2016
Come join MetroEast on Saturday, September 19, 2015 for our 3rd annual Friends & Family Day Open House. Explore our HD television studios while enjoying free food, games and give-aways. You even have the chance to win an iPad mini! Come at noon and stay till we close at 4pm or just drop by when it's convenient. Bring your friends and family.
Weather Related Closures: MetroEast closes anytime the Gresham-Barlow School District closes due to inclement weather.
MetroEast Community Media is seeking a part-time IT Support Contractor to support organizational Information Systems for our Gresham, Oregon offices.
This is a contract position, estimated to last one year. We anticipate the need for approximately 6 to 8 hours per week of support services, to be conducted during regular business hours.
Out of a possible 20 categories, Gresham non-profit, MetroEast Community Media, is taking home almost a third of the prizes in a competition called “Best of the Northwest”.