The Gresham-Ebetsu Sister City Association is a non-profit, volunteer based organization that develops strong bonds of friendship with its sister city Ebetsu by promoting cultural education and understanding through student exchange and cultural events. The Gresham Sister City Association was formed in 1977 between Gresham, Oregon and Ebetsu, Japan. Their mission statement reads: “To foster friendships with our […]
MetroEast Community Media has been designated a GREAT Business by the City of Gresham. The Gresham Resource Efficiency Assistance To (GREAT) Businesses program helps businesses conserve natural resources, protect the local environment and help the bottom line. We have been awarded their highest-level award which is set aside for businesses that go above and beyond […]
FREE PODCASTING CAMP | AGES 12-21 JULY 9-13 | 9AM-4PM Through producing their own “just for fun” podcast on any subject, students will prep for a more advanced podcast in which they will interview ethnically and gender diverse professionals in fields ranging from health to media to law enforcement. The goal is not just […]
Securing More Community Program Funding at Rockwood DIY MetroEast Community Media is thrilled to receive $17,666 as a Finalist Award Winner at the Ninety-nine Girlfriends Impact Awards! Ninety-nine Girlfriends is a local organization harnessing the collective power of women to award funding to non-profits doing transformative work in the community. MetroEast CEO, Martin Jones, MetroEast […]
Funding Personnel and Securing Summer Camps at Rockwood DIY MetroEast Community Media, a leading nonprofit organization in the field of media production and digital literacy, received a $55,000 grant on April 11, 2018 from The Collins Foundation. This grant will fund personnel for ongoing community programs and workshops at MetroEast’s pop-up location, Rockwood DIY (Digital […]
If you’ve ever wandered down the hall past the staff offices at MetroEast, you may have noticed a large collection of plaques proclaiming winners in any number of community media competitions. Many of them were awarded to Multnomah Cable Access or Multnomah Community Television, the two names we were known by before we became MetroEast. […]
Digital Inclusion Summit 2018 Celebrating Digital Inclusion Week! #DIW2018 #DIN2018
#WeAreRockwood MetroEast celebrated the one year anniversary of Rockwood DIY with community members, staff, youth, and participants. Check it out!
Reach a whole new audience by live streaming to the Internet! The Tricaster production switchers in Studios A and B now have the ability to stream live programs to YouTube, Facebook, and more! The Discovery Dinner will present a brief introduction to this new feature, along with opportunities to network with other producers and volunteers, and […]
Join our Catalog Photoshoot on Tuesday, May 8th from 2:00 – 6:00 PM. All are welcome to come and strike a pose!