Montgomery Community Media Celebrates Grand Reopening 

Montgomery Community Media, or MyMCM, celebrated our grand reopening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Rockville on Wednesday.

In March 2020, MyMCM’s buildings closed for the most part due to COVID-19. Recently, our headquarters on Standish Place in Rockville underwent major renovations, and so as we reopen our doors, we present an upgraded facility. 

MyMCM has two fully-equipped television studios, a podcast studio and new workspaces. 

Sen. Cheryl Kagan, Councilmember Sidney Katz, Gaithersburg Mayor Jud Ashman, Rockville Mayor Bridget Newton and Del. Charlotte Crutchfield visited MyMCM during the grand reopening, along with myMCM board members. Catherine Provost, who attended on behalf of U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, presented MyMCM with a senatorial citation. Mayor Newton presented a certificate of recognition.

In 1984, Montgomery Community Television (MCT) was founded to provide county residents with television and broadcast resources. In the 90s, MCT evolved to become Access Montgomery. In 2011, we became Montgomery Community Media. Just a few years ago in 2019, we expanded to open a Silver Spring Media Lab in Downtown Silver Spring.

Watch our ceremony livestream here.

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