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Series VI. Media Recordings, 1994-2002

Scope and Content Notes:

Series includes color and b/w photographic prints and negatives, audio and video tape cassettes. Formats include 3x5”, 4x6”, 5x7”, and 8x10” prints and 35mm photographic negatives; VHS, BetaSP, DVCAM124, and MiniDV video tape, and Scotch BX/90 135m audio tape. Video recordings and photographs relate to Series III Internship Programs, and Series IV Production Programs. The audio tape records a 2002 CM Board Meeting, chronicling Billy Jackson’s resignation from CM; A/V master tape relates to CM’s Community Eye and VDS programs, the latter recording the complete 10th Anniversary Living Legends Achievement Awards Ceremony in March, 2001. A/V clips and programs are preceded by “tone and code” and, in some cases, countdowns featuring a unique Community Media productions logo.

[Community Media Demo Reel (includes clips of “Community Eye” (1990), J. Henry Redwood play “Layers” (1991), Rob Penny play “Clean Drums” (1993-94), “A Safe Place”(1996), “Harambe!” (1997), August Wilson play “Things That Fit” (1998, based on 1992 Pittsburgh Theatre Production). Followed by edited clips from “A Safe Place” (CM, 1996); “Things That Fit” (CM, 1998); “Didn’t We Ramble On” (Nommo Productions); extended cut of “Enough is Enough” (working title, “Jonny Gammage: Enough is ENOUGH!”)]

Section: Photographs


Box 6
Folder 1 "A Safe Place" crew (color, 5x7" and 8x10" prints, and 35mm slides), 1994-1995
Folder 2 Homestead (Pittsburgh, Pa.) (color 3x5” prints and negatives), 1995
Folder 3 VDS (b/w, 5x7” prints and color, 3x5” and 4x6” prints, and negatives), 1996
Folder 4 “Things That Fit: Affirmation of the Blues” (color, 4x6” and 5x7” prints and negatives), March 16, 1998
Folder 5 “Takin’ It to the Streets” (color 4x6” prints and negatives), 1997
Folder 6 VDS interns (color, 3x5”and 4x6” prints), 1998
Folder 7 Takin’ It to the Streets” (color, 3x5” prints and negatives), 1999
Folder 8 VDS interns (color, 3x5” prints and negatives), 1999-2000
Folder 9 Community Eye shoots (color, 4x6” prints), 2000
Folder 10 VDS interns (color, 3x5” prints and negatives), 2000
Folder 11 Spoken Hand, Advertising Resources (b/w, 8x10” print), 2001
Folder 12 Jackson, Billy, headshot (b/w, 5x7” print), 2000
Folder 13 Belafonte, Harry, autographed headshot (b/w, 8x10” print), 2001
Folder 14 Parks, Gordon, Jr., autographed headshot (b/w, 5x7” print), 2001
Folder 15 10th Anniversary Living Legends Awards, honoree statuettes (color, 3x5” prints), 2001
Folder 16-21 10th Anniversary Living Legends Awards (color, 4x6” prints and negatives), March 10, 2001

Section: Audio

“CM Board Meeting” (Scotch BX/90), May 7, 2002

Section: VHS

Community Eye: “YouthWorks,” VHS (28 min.), November 19, 1999
VDS: “John Cephas and Phil Wiggins, African-American Music Institute,” Pittsburgh, PA, sponsored by Calliope Folk Music Society (37 min., VHS), 2000
VDS: “Buffalo Soldiers,” History Re-enactment at Homewood Library, Pittsburgh, PA (21 min., VHS), February 12, 2000
VDS: Workshop #1: Job Readiness Workshop with David Akbar (VHS), July 17, 2000
VDS: Workshop #2: Camera Workshop with Aaron Sledge, KDKA (VHS), July 17, 2000
VDS: Workshop #3: Sound Workshop with Waine Gaines, WQED (VHS), July 19, 2000
VDS: Workshop #4: Editing Workshop with Darnell “W.E.R.M.” Grisham, CM (VHS), July 20, 2000

Section: Betacam SP (30 min)

VDS and Community Eye working tapes: #1 Community Media Demo Reel (includes clips of “Community Eye” (1990), J. Henry Redwood play “Layers” (1991), Rob Penny play “Clean Drums” (1993-94), “A Safe Place”(1996), “Harambe!” (1997), August Wilson play “Things That Fit” (1998, based on 1992 Pittsburgh Theatre Production). Followed by edited clips from “A Safe Place” (CM, 1996); “Things That Fit” (CM, 1998); “Didn’t We Ramble On” (Nommo Productions); extended cut of “Enough is Enough” (working title, “Jonny Gammage: Enough is ENOUGH!”) (CM, 1999, 00:30:00, Betacam SP)
VDS and Community Eye working tapes: #2 Community Media Intern VDS Trailer (for Parks & Belafonte), “Tonk” (2001, 00:03:42); “Video Documentation Service” (2001, 00:00:30); YouthArtWorks video documentary clip (2001, 00:00:30); “Jonny Gammage: Enough is ENOUGH!” outtakes (3/1/2001, 00:05:00, Betacam SP)
VDS and Community Eye working tapes: #3 Jonny Gammage TRT (2001, 00:06:53) and Harry Belafonte documentary (2001, 00:05:30), (3/6/2001, 00:13:00, Betacam SP)
Community Eye: “Things That Fit” (00:30:00 , Betacam SP), 1998
Community Eye: “Not Enough Evidence” (working title of “Jonny Gammage: Enough is ENOUGH!”) (MPG Productions, 1999, 00:06:00) (Note: “Tape contains 2 different versions of material”) (00:12:00, Betacam SP), 1999
Community Eye: “Parent Monitoring of Television” (00:01:00) (PSA - Desensitizing Children) (Note: “three copies”) (CM, 00:03:00, Betacam SP), March 31, 2000
VDS: “The DARE2XL After-School Program: A Partnership in Action” (CM, 00:11:46, Betacam SP), January 29, 2000

Section: Sony DVCam, 124

VDS: A Tribute to Gordon Parks, Carnegie Music Hall, Tape 1-2 (Sony DVCam, 124), March 10, 2001
VDS: AAMI/Cephas & Wiggins (40 sec.), 1/14/00 and Homer S. Brown Awards #1 (Sony DVCam, 124, 57 min.), January 17, 2000
VDS: Day of Honors, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial (Sony DVCam, 124), April 9, 2000

Section: Panasonic MiniDV (Mini Digital Video Cassette), 120 ME and 63 ME

CM’s Trailer and footage (63 ME)
AA Unity Parade, Community Media (63 ME)
Day w/Honor, March 24, 2000; Rubin "Hurricane" Carter Rap March 25, 2000 March 2000
Black Radical Congress, (63 ME), July 24, 2000?
Wayne Gaines w/ Sound Workshop (63 ME), July 19, 2000
Community Media’s Harry Belafonte & Gordon Parks Tribute, MiniDV #1, March 10, 2001
Community Media’s Harry Belafonte & Gordon Parks Tribute, MiniDV #2, March 10, 2001
Buffalo Soldiers Reenactment at Homewood Library (120 ME), Febraury 12, 2000
YouthWorks Workshop (Edit) (120 ME). July 20, 2000
YouthWorks Workshops 1 (Brother David Akbar) (120 ME), July 17, 2000
YouthWorks Workshops, Camera Workshop (Aaron Sledge/KDKA-TV) (120 ME), July 17, 2000
Writing Workshop (120 ME) July 20, 2000