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The Community Media Access Collaborative (CMAC) in Fresno is partnering with Sunnyside High School’s Video Production Academy and Fresno State’s Department of Mass Communication and Journalism to broadcast select Fresno City College men’s and women’s basketball home games this season.

The games will appear live on CMAC’s Education TV Channel; Comcast XFINITY channel 94, AT&T U-verse channel 99, and live streamed on Facebook, YouTube, Roku, Apple TV, and cmac.tv/edu. Play-by-play and color commentary for men’s games will be provided by Chris Terrence and former NBA player Delmer “Del” Beshore.

While CMAC staff will be on-site for technical support and guidance, the video crew will be comprised entirely of students from Sunnyside High School and Fresno State.

The broadcast schedule is as follows:

Saturday, January 12, 2019
Men’s Basketball: Fresno vs Cerro Cosso
Women’s Basketball: Fresno vs College of Sequoias

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Men’s Basketball: Fresno vs Columbia – 5pm
Women’s Basketball: Fresno vs Taft – 7pm

Saturday, January 19, 2019
Men’s Basketball: Fresno vs Porterville – 3pm
Women’s Basketball: Fresno vs Porterville – 5pm

Monday, February 4, 2019
Men’s Basketball: Fresno vs West Hills Coalinga – 5pm

Saturday, February 16, 2019
Women’s Basketball : Fresno vs West Hills Lemoore – 6pm

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Men’s Basketball: Fresno vs Merced – 5pm
Women’s Basketball: Fresno vs Reedley – 7pm

Saturday, February 23, 2019
Men’s Basketball: Fresno vs Reedley – 6pm

The games will also be viewable on-demand at www.cmac.tv on the day following the live broadcast. Re-broadcast schedules will also be available at www.cmac.tv.

CMAC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to empowering voices in our community through the use of media. CMAC gives individuals, students, educators, non-profits, and government agencies in Fresno and Clovis the opportunity to harness the power of media in exciting new ways to reach and engage audiences online and on local cable television. Our channels can be seen in the cities of Fresno and Clovis, and parts of Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, and Tulare counties, and world-wide on http://cmac.tv.

Sunnyside High School’s Video Production Academy gives students the freedom to explore the use of video technology in various entertainment and industry sectors. They receive hands-on training in pre and post-production jobs, current and emerging technologies, and the collaborative nature of the creative process. The program is led by Katie McQuone.

Fresno State’s Department of Mass Communication and Journalism prepares students for careers in Journalism, Advertising, Multimedia and Public Relations. Graduates of the program are well represented on the staffs of many of America’s finest newspapers, radio and television stations, film production companies, advertising agencies, and public relations firms.

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