Arlington Independent Media


Arlington Independent Media

Arlington Independent Media (AIM), formerly "Arlington Community Television", is a non-profit membership organization providing television production training workshops and professional production facilities, as well as the public-access cable television channel channel 69 in Arlington County, Virginia.

The Arlington Independent Media production facility is equipped with a three-camera studio, Betacam-SP and DV-Cam portable production equipment, two A/B roll linear editing bays, an Avid Express non-linear edit system, and a four-camera mobile production van. All equipment is available to members who have completed television production workshops and intend to create programming for the public access channel.

External links

* [http://www.arlingtonmedia.org/ AIM website]


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