Vol. 10, No. 11 – March 1 – March 14, 2017 – CAPS

Manny Reynoso (Ventura Breeze movie reviewer) recording his latest show on CAPS Radio KPPQ.01

What does CAPS Media do?
by Elizabeth Rodeno

“What does CAPS Media do?” It’s a question that we sometimes get asked and the answer is… A lot! CAPS Media is your local, public access television station and, most recently, Low Power FM radio station. We cover stories in the community and make available a professional grade television studio and radio station.

You may have seen our mobile television truck at the 150th Celebrations, St. Patrick’s Day parades of years past, and if you’ve gone to a City Council meeting you’ve most likely seen our Executive Director Patrick Davidson covering the meeting and showing the “Mayor for the Moment” segment which is created at CAPS. The station also works with the local school system to film the Festival of Talent, which is coming up on Saturday. This year, the film crew will be fully staffed by our student interns from El Camino! Staff is available to make presentations on what we do at CAPS to civic and other groups around town.

CAPS Media is calling all budding disc jockeys, radio talk show hosts, and all others interested in helping to create radio by the community, for the community. As promised, staff at CAPS have created a 2-session Radio KPPQ Membership Training that will be offered in the coming months. The first session covers Membership Program Information and Preliminary Training and the second session is a Radio Presentation and Performance Practicum. Call us at 658-0500 or email us at radio@capsmedia.org.

Tune into KPPQ at 104.1 FM to hear some great radio created by our community. Programs include Pam Baumgardner’s Mostly Local Music, Art n’ Stuff hosted by Phil Taggart, Sounds hosted by Elizabeth Rodeno, In the Women’s Room hosted by Kathleen Good and Johnny Petrol Deleted name.  In addition, we are hosting Democracy Now, a daily news program, The Rock N’ Down Under show featuring the music from Down Under, Spoiler Alert featuring interviews with filmmakers, and more courtesy of Pacifica Radio among others.

As always, you can watch Channel 6 to hear what the public has to say and watch Channel 15 to experience the city’s vision to provide the best and clearest information for all. All programs are also available to the public via streaming service on our website. Go to www.capsmedia.org to see what our members are creating for you and sign up to be part of the story. A full year’s membership is just $25. Radio memberships are now available! For more information, contact us at radio@capsmedia.org.

What could be better for your commute than local radio programming, created by and for your community?

As always, you can watch channel 6 to hear what the public has to say and watch channel 15 to experience the city’s vision to provide the best and clearest information for all. All programs are also available to the public via streaming service on our website.Go to www.capsmedia.org to see what our members are creating for you and sign up to be part of the story. A full year’s membership is just $25. Radio memberships are now available! For more information, contact us at radio@capsmedia.org.

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