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Talking with Henrietta

Henrietta J. Burroughs, a local journalist, hosts this twice-a-month public affairs program, which focuses on local, state and national issues. Henrietta’s current show is called, How Grant Funding Is Affecting the News Industry The above photo shows from left, Mauricio Palma, Nicole Taylor, Joe Rodriguez and show host Henrietta J. Burroughs.  All are shown during Read More…

Talking with Henrietta

Henrietta J. Burroughs, a local journalist, hosts this twice-a-month public affairs program, which focuses on local, state and national issues. Henrietta’s current show is called, Exploring Critical Issues with the East Palo Alto City Council Candidates   The above photo shows host Henrietta J. Burroughs, in middle photo top row, with the seven East Palo Read More…

2018 Youth Film Festival Awards Show

By Eva Barrows Twenty-four short films were submitted to the 2018 Youth Film Festival by local middle school and high school student filmmakers. The top three shorts from each category were screened at a live in-studio award show produced by MC Youth Interns. The award show has aired on the Midpen Media Center’s cable channels Read More…

MC Youth Program Facebook Campaign

We’ve launched a Facebook Campaign for our youth program. The campaign lasts only two weeks, but we’ll be posting about some of the exciting ways we engage youth. Visit https://www.facebook.com/MidpenMediaCenter/ to learn more. Check out the MC Youth Programs Promo here.

After the Bell Rings

A collaborative half-hour show, After the Bell Rings brings together the skills of broadcast journalism students across PAUSD. This first episode looks at how teens spend their free time. Each school chose a story to follow. Our producers decided to contact friends and family across the world to answer this question. https://youtu.be/MZ9aPcWMKIs?list=PL7mxJElF4vggLlyp4LuI1d4I9uG8rVgSF

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Reading Bonanza in the Park: May 14th, Another Successful Turnout!

Midpen Media has received a warm thank you for its support of Bring Me A Book’s Sixth Annual Reading Bonanza in the Park.  Jesse Norfleet, Midpen’s youth engagement manager served on the planning committee as well as created the PSA. The annual one day event promotes literacy and the joys of reading to the youth of East Palo Alto. Here’s Read More…

Talking with Henrietta

Representatives from the City of East Palo Alto and local community organizations join host Henrietta Burroughs in a discussion about the White House’s “My Brother’s Keeper” Community Challenge and opportunities for young people of color.

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Summer Video Camps for 6th to 12th Graders

Sign up for one of the exciting week-long summer video camps happening at the Media Center! A total of over 12 weeks worth of Workshops in Computer Animation, TV Studio Production and Sports Broadcasting are being offered from June through August for young people in grades 6 to 12. Discounts for multi-workshop sign-ups and early-bird registrations! Read More…

MC Youth Presents #6: Youth Making A Difference

Interviews with students from the Gunn High School chapter of Youth Community Services(YCS), and a Los Alto High school student who started the Water by Youth Club at her school. Also youth produced videos on the YCS Make a difference day, and the California Drought.

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