Access Sacramento is pleased to announce today (Aug. 4, 2014) the promotion of Roniecia Harris as its new Director of Production and Training.
Harris, of Antelope, CA, has been serving as television director and on-line producer for most of Access Sacramento’s Hometown TV and Game of the Week broadcasts for the last year, and has been teaching the TV Studio class since 2011. She held a variety of other production titles with Access Sacramento since 2009.
“We are delighted Roniecia has agreed to take on responsibility for the production and training department,” said Gary Martin, Access Sacramento Executive Director. “Her previous experience with us in addition to her background in business working in both corporate and government video will be a great benefit.”
Harris has been a finalist for several Western Access Video Excellence awards from the Alliance for Community Media West. Her job experience includes productions for several Place Called Sacramento films, plus work in Sacramento with Video Streaming Services, the New Destiny Centre and the California Department of Rehabilitation
Harris has Associate of Arts degrees in Television Production and Broadcast Journalism from Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, and is working on her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Sacramento State.
“This position is a great opportunity for me,” said Harris. “But I’m truly excited to continue to help Access Sacramento’s community members be successful.”
Besides being familiar with Access Sacramento’s TV Studio and remote production truck, Harris is also experienced with a video editing software, including Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Vegas Video.
Access Sacramento is a non-profit 501(c)3 community-based arts organization and public access cable operator for Channels 17 and 18 on Comcast and Consolidated Communications (SureWest) cable and AT&T U-Verse Channel 14.
For more information:
Gary Martin, Executive Director
4623 T Street, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95819
916 456-8600 ext. 100