Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) has been committed to Drupal development since 2005, using it in-house to run all apsects of the center since 2006.
After many years relying on a bespoke Drupal 4.7 setup, MNN moved to a staff run CMDrupal site in Novmeber 2013, and are launching producer lead reservations in November 2014.
Easton Community Access Television (ECAT) is a PEG Access organization located 45 minutes between Boston and Providence. The website is built initally on the EASY Starketkit and then migrated to the MODERATE Kit. The site currently employs CiviCRM for Member management, class registration and payment processing through Paypal. The site also utilizes the Community Media Show Module and pushes data to the Telvue playback server.
PhillyCAM is the non-profit designated by the City of Philadelphia to operate its public access television network. PhillyCAM's website uses Drupal 7 and relies on numerous components of Community Media Starters Kit to support the work of our staff and to serve the needs of our members and the greater Philadelphia community.
channelAustin manages the City of Austin’s public access television facility, channels, and resources located at 1143 Northwestern Avenue. channelAustin operates an open source, enterprise level, and web based content management system using Drupal and a constituent relationship management system using CiviCRM. These systems serve the needs of staff, member users, and the general public.
The current iteration of PCM's website(s) were developed using both easy and moderate starterkits.www.pcmtv.org - easy starterkitcommunity.pcmtv.org - moderate starterkitupload.pcmtv.org - easy starterkit
AccessVision chose Drupal due to the versatility of the platform and the strong community of developers and support. The site uses Feeds and Media to automate the process of adding videos to the front page and galleries as they are uploaded to Cloudcast, Telvue's VOD hosting solution. Context was used to achieve different page layouts without the need for hand coding tpl.php files.
RETN is in the development stage of a drupal 7 site that will leverage numerous modules from the CM Starter Kit. Thanks to the flexibility of the CM modules, RETN has been able to effectively integrate Reservations into a staff-driven equipment loan workflow well in advance of the launch of its new website. Upon launch, Reservations will shift to a user-driven workflow. In addition to equipment reservation management, retn.org will provide