3CMA Annual Conference

Pre-Conference Sessions

Pre-Conference Sessions for the 2016 Annual Conference are making their way to to the 3CMA Website. Please be sure to check back often for the most up-to-date information!

The Ins and Outs of Research: Surveys, Audits, Focus Groups and More
Research, completed by you or by an outside firm, can enhance your communication and boost your value in your community and with your leadership. Quite simply, research helps you understand your stakeholders and leverage your best outreach efforts. This session will discuss the benefits of quantitative and qualitative research as a part of your communication planning. The presentation will also recommend and describe 10 of the best methods to build an organization's communication understanding.

How to Shoot/Edit Professional Videos with an iPhone
This interactive session will provide an overview of what it takes to produce a high quality video with an iPhone. Learn advanced preparation, story conceptualization, shot selection, audio, titles, music (how to legally use it), graphics and video length.  The importance of a tripod – and, if you have $35 in your budget, a great device you can purchase specifically to mount an iPhone on a tripod. Learn which apps are used to produce a professional look and feel!

SA-CAN – San Antonio Community Access Network Studios (PEG)
On this tour, you will visit the City of San Antonio’s newly constructed 32,000 sq. ft. SA-CAN television production facility located in San Antonio’s historic Plaza de Armas building.  The production facility includes two 2,500 sq. ft. television studios that can be transformed into one 5,000 sq. ft. studio by retracting a Skyfold acoustic partitioning wall into the ceiling of the studios.  The facility includes two Green Rooms, two AV-Control Rooms, several Edits Bays, Engineer Room, Master Control, Equipment Room, Prop Room and SA-CAN staff offices. The entire three-story facility is equipped with state-of-the art television production equipment and was entirely funded with the use of City PEG funds.  We will show a short video of the studio construction process. 

The City’s television network includes our three PEG channels (PATV-INTV-TVSA) and our new City-owned television channel KGSA-TV.  We just launched our own broadcast television channel, FCC-licensed, this month. 

Additional Sessions Coming Soon!

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