Wednesday, February 13, 2013
"Made in Medford" wants to see your favorite places, people and things in Medford."
In honor of Valentine's Day, Made in Medford, the local segment of Comcast’s Project Open Voice, is launching a new channel today called "I Heart Medford." According to Made in Medford, the new channel is "dedicated to expressing your love for your favorite people, places and things of Medford." "The 'I Heart' channel will spotlight Medfordians’ professions of passion for their town," according to a statement released by Made in Medford. "Throughout the month, we will release video premieres that feature the best answers, and feature them on madeinmedford.com/iHeart." For more information, visit Made in Medford.
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Website launching new channel dedicated to the kickoff of Black History Month.
Made in Medford, the local segment of Comcast’s Project Open Voice, is creating a new channel to kick off Black History Month and to celebrate two important events this week: the inauguration of President Barack Obama and Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. "The channel will kick off with a video that highlights local youth who will talk about what the past words of MLK mean to them today," according to a release from Made in Medford. "Local activities to be featured include youth from the Medford Boys & Girls Club using an excerpt from Dr. King’s 'I Have a Dream' speech as a platform to discuss their own dreams in a video filmed by Tufts University students," the release stated. "Residents will talk about what black heritage means to them." …
Friday, December 14, 2012
Submissions can be entered directly through the Jingle Bells channel on Made in Medford's website.
Submitted by Made in Medford. Made in Medford, the local segment of Comcast’s Project Open Voice, announces the launch of its new Jingle Bells Channel, dedicated to celebrating the global holiday classic, on its website www.madeinmedford.com. To celebrate the spirit of the holiday, the Jingle Bells Channel welcomes everyone to submit their own rendition of the locally-penned, globally-loved holiday jingle. Along with featuring individual videos, the best (and perhaps the worst) renditions will also be “mashed-up” into one super-video, so businesses and residents alike are invited to have fun and put their unique spin on the song. From the Medford Historical Society to the Boys and Girls Club, from The Fells to Wellington Circle, no one …