Clodagh Drummey

Cambridge Community Television , Cambridge MA
I am CCTV's Associate Director of Programs and Development. I work with CCTV's technology outreach programs and help raise funds to support them. If you are interested in learning about CCTV's work in the community, please contact me.
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March 27, 2013 - 3:10pm read more
March 21, 2013 - 3:01pm Congrats to Susan Chasen, Bandwidth TV, and the Youth Media Program for winning awards in the regional ACM festival. Susan Chasen won a 2nd place award in the Arts and Theater Category for "Wasteland." Youth Media Program students won 3rd place awards in the Community Impact and Science, Health and Spirituality Category for "Careers at Novartis" and 3 psas about the consequences of alcohol use. Bandwidth TV also took home a 2nd place award in the Music and Performance category. read more
March 18, 2013 - 10:53am This year Cambridge Community Television turns 25. Something that was just an idea in 1988 has grown into a thriving media center that is recognized as the best of its kind in the country. We have quite a year planned for our 25th Anniversary. An array of special events and programming will help us celebrate in style and will provide unique and exciting opportunities for sponsorship. Help us spread the word to local businesses about this chance to not only reach a diverse cross-section of Cambridge residents, but also to join us in celebrating CCTV’s 25th Anniversary and the all that we have accomplished in the last 25 years. To talk about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Clodagh Drummey at 617 401 4005 or clodagh@cctvcambridge.org. To make a donation now, please visit www.cctvcambridge.org/25thanniverarycampaign. CCTV 25th Anniversary Sponsorship Opportunities Deadlines for the first three opportunities are coming up soon – don’t miss your chance! 25TH ANNIVERSARY T-SHIRTS: 500 colorful t-shirts with a special anniversary logo will be distributed at CCTV events throughout the year. Your logo will be displayed on the back. Sponsorships are $1,000. Hurry, the... read more
March 7, 2013 - 11:07am This year Cambridge Community Television turns 25. Something that was just an idea in 1988 has grown into a thriving media center that is recognized as the best of its kind in the country. Cambridge Savings Bank has been a dedicated and generous sponsor of CCTV since 1988! This year, Cambridge Savings Bank will serve as Lead Sponsor of CCTV's 25th Anniversary! CCTV is very grateful to CSB, and together, we will host an exciting year of celebration. For more information about CCTV's 25th Anniversary events and sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.cctvcambridge.org/25thanniversarycampaign. read more
February 1, 2013 - 3:20pm Web Weaver Sponsors Comcast Richard & Laura Chasin Vision Sponsors Estelle Disch Joan Shafran & Rob Haimes Software, Equipment, and Furniture Harvard University Sensory Ethnography Lab Francis Fox Spinks Tech Soup Program Funders Cambridge Arts Council Cambridge Community Foundation Cambridge Community Services: City Links Cambridge Housing Authority: Workforce Cambridge Savings Bank Charles Stark Draper Laboratory City of Cambridge: Mayor’s Fall Youth Employment Program Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program Office of Workforce Development: Summer Work & Learning Program Forest City Enterprises and Central Square Business Association Gant Family Foundation Google Community Grants Fund of Tides Foundation Massachusetts Cultural Council YouthReach Novartis Joan Shafran & Rob Haimes Foundation read more
January 16, 2013 - 12:29pm Learn to use social media to expand your organization's reach in the community. To sign up for one or all of the classes in CCTV's social media training series, contact Clodagh Drummey at 617 401 4005. All classes will be held at CCTV. Register for all 5 classes in the training series for a reduced rate of $100! Social Media, What? An Introduction to Social Media for Nonprofits: $20 Wednesday, 1/16/13, 9- 10 am For many overextended nonprofits, social media is just another item on a very long list of things to do and it's hard to know how to get started. Come to this workshop and learn the basics of social media-- what it is, and how it can help further your nonprofit's mission. Introduction to Facebook for Nonprofits: $20 Tuesday, 1/22/13, 9- 10 am This workshop will cover the basics of Facebook and how your nonprofit can use it. Learn how to create, manage, and personalize a Facebook page for your non-profit organization. We'll analyze some effective nonprofit pages, and review tips and best practices. I Don't Speak Twitter: An Introduction to Twitter for Nonprofits: $20 Thursday, 1/24/13, 9 -10 am This workshop will cover the basics of Twitter. Learn how to read and speak... read more
January 1, 2013 - 4:02pm Best Friends Steve Sillari & CA Technologies Sustaining Friends Robert S. Hurlbut, Jr. Anne Smith Friends Maurice Anderson, Anonymous, Wilner Auguste, Deborah Ayabe, De Ama Battle, Cynthia & Saul Bauman, Siobhan Bredin, Sue Butler, Susan Chasen, Rebecca Chung, Richard Concannon & Smoki Bacon, Ann Cowan, Benjamin Eckstein, Chantal Eide, Joaquin Font, Kate Frank, Myrtle Garro, Ora Gladstone & Mitchell Silver, Harold Goyette, Garth & Lindsay Greimann, Akili Jamal Haynes, Ruth Hill, International Church of God, Britannia Johnson, Kathleen Jones, Elizabeth Kanze, Eli Kao, Martha Kingsbury, Natalie Klavans, Wilhelm Kurtz, Richard Laskey III, Robert La Tremouille, Theresa Lau, Lynette Laveau-Saxe, Aubree Lawrence, Robert Mack, Nadeem Mazen, Judith Nathans, Joan O'Hare, Dan O'Neill, Reverend E.I. Osborne, John Page, Bill Robinson, Rose Robinson, Nancy Ryan & Barry Phillip, Marie-Dolores Solano, Jonathan Spierer, Norman Spivey, Juliet Stone, Garry Verdier, Beth Redmond Walsh, Barbara Williams, Bob Woodbury, Tenzin Younden, Laurie Young, David Zermeno read more
December 27, 2012 - 8:28pm Need another reason to support CCTV this year? The training and media coverage we offer local non-profits helps agencies raise their profile and serve those most in need. In 2012, CCTV served more than 75 organizations and city departments and in 2013 we are hoping to work with more! Through our new Nonprofit Resource Center, we will continue to offer media coverage of community events, along with expanded training opportunities. This will begin next month as we launch our new Social Media for Nonprofits Training Series. Support CCTV's collaborations with nonprofits. Join Friends of CCTV; make your donation today: www.cctvcambridge.org/friends. read more
December 18, 2012 - 12:55pm Need another reason to include CCTV in your end-of-the-year giving? Our amazing, year round Youth Media Program! This fall, we are serving more teens than ever and they are currently wrapping up short promotional videos for The Possible Project and their student-led businesses! Join Friends of CCTV today by clicking here: www.cctvcambridge.org/friends. read more
December 11, 2012 - 2:58pm Need a reason to include CCTV in your annual charitable giving this year? Our work with retirees and seniors! For many years, CCTV has taught senior citizens computer skills during the weekly Computers for Seniors program. In December of 2011, CCTV and Google launched 'Age Engage'-- a program that pairs people over 50 with Google volunteers for one-to-one Internet Training. This morning, we concluded our eighth session of the year, serving more than 75 people in 2012! Help us to continue to expand our computer training and support for seniors. Make a donation to CCTV today: www.cctvcambridge.org/support. For more information about Age Engage, visit: www.cctvcambridge.org/ageengage. read more

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