Davis Media Access (DMA) is currently doing its annual funding appeal. It’s important that we raise this money each year, as it keeps KDRT 95.7 operational, and it helps support our local election and youth-media efforts.

DMA operates KDRT 95.7, Davis Community Television, and Educational Access Channel 17. DMA is a dba of Davis Community Television, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and all donations are tax deductible.

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My Life in Poway

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This video is about My Life in Poway & Davis, CA starting with my preschool years at the Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church preschool in 1993. My recent college classes and time in Davis have been focused on videography (video camera operation and film editing) with my support team of family members, support facilitators with Community & Employment Services, my primary professor at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, CA and the staff at Davis Media Access.

In The Studio - ESTEME

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Emily Merten hosts Elyse Towns, Doug Gettel, and Samantha Feng, Co-leads of ESTEME.

biotech.ucdavis.edu/ESTEME

topics discussed include: Equity in STEM and Entrepreneurship (ESTEME), the organization's role in promoting equity in their fields, equity, self-esteem, ESTEME events, STEM fields, and grad school influences on future STEM members.

Recorded: 05/19/16

Davis Chamber of Commerce 2016 City Council Candidate Forum

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The Davis Chamber of Commerce 2016 City Council Candidate Forum was presented in partnership with Davis Chamber PAC, Sudwerk Brewing Co., Erreco Strategies, and Davis Media Access.

Recorded by Davis Media Access on May 5, 2016 at the Dock Store - Sudwerk Brewery, 2001 Second Street, Davis, CA.

Featuring Moderaor Vanessa Errecarte and candidates Will Arnold, Lucas Frerichs, Brett Lee, and Matt Williams.

Yes We Have! Yes We Will!

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Local storyteller Lellingby Boyce presents “Yes We Have! Yes We Will!,” in commemoration of the United Nations International Day of Remembrance for victims of slavery from the Transatlantic Slave Trade.  

She shares the causes, consequences and lessons learned from the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the dangers of racism and prejudice.   Learn about progress made to overcome this history and its aftermath, and listen to stories from the past and present, including those from Davis.

Her program at the Davis Senior Center was recorded by Davis Media Access on March 29, 2016.