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SBMM features former World Surfing Champion Shaun Tomson and Poet-Philosopher Noah benShea in lecture “The Surfer and the Sage: A Guide to Survive and Ride Life’s Waves”

By Erik Davis | July 19, 2022

The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum’s most recent lecture, “The Surfer and the Sage: A Guide to Survive and Ride Life’s Waves,” featured former World Surfing Champion and amongst the top surfers of the century, Shaun Tomson, and Pulitzer Prize-nominated poet-philosopher Noah benShea. They met through a mutual friend, and five minutes into a lunch together…

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TV Santa Barbara Launches “History Harvest” Initiative to Gather and Archive Videos and Shows from 47 Years of Community Television

By Erik Davis | July 18, 2022

TV Santa Barbara (TVSB), the region’s community media access center since 1975, is seeking to collect and preserve some broadcast and television footage from the station’s nearly 50-year history. “As TV Santa Barbara approaches its 50th-year anniversary, the station is working to locate some of the great material broadcast over the last several decades,” said…

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CommUnify Testimonial: TVSB’s Creative Services

By Erik Davis | July 12, 2022

TV Santa Barbara was priviledged to work with CommUnify and we received this wonderful feedback: TVSB’s creative services team helped our nonprofit create four short videos for our big annual fundraiser, and they were terrific to work with! Collaborative, responsive and efficient, and the end results were exactly what we’d hoped for. We had a…

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805 Focus: Santa Barbara Zoo 🦅🦁🐸🐘

By Erik Davis | July 8, 2022

Nadya E. Seal Faith, Conservation & Science Associate, Santa Barbara Zoo Conversation is a top priority for the Santa Barbara Zoo as part of their mission: “preservation, conservation, and enhancement of the natural world and its living treasures through education, research, and recreation.” As Conservation & Science Associate, Nadya connects the Santa Barbara Zoo to…

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805 Focus: June 24, 2022 🥘💙🍃🌲

By Erik Davis | June 29, 2022

Lauren Winnewisser, Co-Director of Development, Wilderness Youth Project The Wilderness Youth Project has served the community for over 20 years, beginning as a community project and expanding as a school and summer camp. Through a personal mentorship system, WYP spends time with youth in nature, which is a “basic human necessity” and fosters “confidence, health,…

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Carpinteria City Council holds Second Hearing of 2022/23 Budget

By Erik Davis | June 23, 2022

JUNE 23, 2022 CARPINTERIA CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING — The City Council met to discuss the Adoption of the Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2022/23 Budget, which has been posted online, and once adopted, will be revised and re-published in its final form. The City Staff shared with the Board that the budget is prosperous, which is…

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Tips and Tricks #1: Looping a lavalier mic

By Erik Davis | June 16, 2022

The reason behind what is known as the “broadcast loop”: To secure the mic and prevent it from rubbing on clothing

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Program Airs Virtually June 17-20 on TV Santa Barbara

By Erik Davis | June 16, 2022

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Santa Barbara Committee (MLKSB) will present a virtual celebratory program on TVSB during the Juneteenth weekend, June 17-20. Each year, the committee chooses a theme based on a quote of Dr. King. This year’s quote, pulled from a letter he wrote in Birmingham, Alabama, on April 14, 1963, stated: “We are…

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Carpinteria School District upholds mental health wellness and school safety measures

By Erik Davis | June 15, 2022

JUNE 14, 2022 CARPINTERIA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING — Two major themes for Tuesday’s meeting were school safety and mental health wellness. During the Superintendent Report, Superintendent Diana Rigby expressed, “School safety is our top priority and teachers and staff work hard each day to keep everyone safe.” Extensive safety measures include staff-wide safety training,…

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Congratulations to students of the Carpinteria School District — have a great summer! ☀️🌻⛱️🌴

By Erik Davis | June 14, 2022

JUNE 14, 2022 CARPINTERIA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING — Boardmembers congratulated students and staff on another accomplished year despite the hardships faced, whether it be the local mudslides and fires to the national school safety concerns and on-going COVID-19 pandemic.  Boardmember Sally Green praised the recent end-of-year festivities, such as graduations, concerts and plays. “I…

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