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QCTools Side By Side
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Welcome to our very first how-to blog for QCSchool: A blog series for users of QCTools . Since I’m am the one...
August 3, 2015
QCTools Jeff Goldblum
BAVC News
With the launch of QCTools 0.7.1, we tweeted, we updated the download links, aaaaand....that's it. What can I say? We've been busy. We've had a headache. Our dog ate our social network. The intern desk has been empty...
July 29, 2015
BAVC News
The following reflections were provided by two peer mentors from the Bridges Fellowship program, which just completed two intensive week-long series of career workshops and trainings in June and July.
July 16, 2015
SF Commons Open Mic Night 2016
BAVC News
Free expression is at the heart of public access television. As many of the Public Access Producers are longtime City residents, their accounts and memories of San Francisco and the changes that have occurred in their...
June 24, 2015
BAVC News
I recently had the opportunity to participate in the webinar "Makers, Learners, Seekers: Showcasing Your Work Through Portfolios and Certification" as part of @america 's Makers in American Spaces webinar series, where the audience explored non-traditional ways of assembling knowledge outside of the classroom.
May 13, 2015
SF Commons, Public Access, SF, San Francisco, TV, SF CommonSense
BAVC News
For the superstitious scheduling a live television show for Friday the 13th might seem like a bad idea. But for SF Commons Producers, the return of the Open Mic Night was all the more memorable precisely because it took...
March 30, 2015
Kiily Nyasha
BAVC News
When the federal mandate for public access was handed down by the FCC in the 1970s, it...
March 20, 2015
BAVC News
The Lesbians Who Tech Summit, held at the Castro Theatre in February, created a radical, wonderful, alternate reality in which the tech industry wasn’t represented by the shirtless brogrammers on Dice.com’s now-ubiquitous billboards, but by the 1,200 (mostly) queer women in attendance.
March 18, 2015
BAVC News
Three Next Gen students made their radio debut last month on KALW’s Your Call program, hosted by Rose Aguilar. The discussion was candid, with students touching on the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement, their own experiences interacting with the police, and how young people have plenty to contribute to social justice movements.
March 16, 2015

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