Wednesday, July 19, 2006
You'll find MANY interesting FEATURES in this video blog (channel). Use the INDEX and ARCHIVE links in the margin to browse for interesting video features for NW New Jersey. You can find specific topics by searching key words in the search box in the upper left corner of the blog. ME3TV is looking for volunteer producers to add content to the site. Contact us if you have a video to share with our audience! See the INCOUNTRY channel for features beyond NJ.
Posted by Vic Campbell at 7/19/2006
Thursday, July 13, 2006
Abraham Lincoln's Songs -- Songs that sustained our President and our Nation throughout the Civil War Sunday, July 23, 2006 at the First Presbyterian Church of Berkshire Valley. Sung and Played by Carmen Artis * Steve DePass Domenic Guastaferro * John Hammel Jacqueline Kroschell * Carol Middleton CAMEO PRODUCTIONS More about Cameo Productions
Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Larry Cutrone is "hot" with this UKULELE number. His "Tiny Bubbles" rendition is the fifth most popular feature on ME3TV. You can find more features with Larry if you do a search from the small box in the upper left corner of the blog (channel). Many of our features are hosted at offsite streaming services, like YAHOO VIDEO, VIDEO GOOGLE, DAILY MOTION and BLIP-TV.
Posted by Vic Campbell at 7/11/2006
Monday, July 10, 2006
Saturday, July 08, 2006
Rachel Brune is a graduate of Pope John XXIII High School in Sparta, NJ. She joined the army to get involved with film / video production and is now a really and truly embedded reporter in Iraq. Her latest report is from Mosul. Watch your back Rachel! Your Sussex County fan club wants you safe and sound. See her ME3TV channel , the blog SIEGERAT. Be sure to check her photo album linked from the blog. MORE! If you click around a little you find out this is one VERY talented photographer - and writer too. Her black and white shots at Gettysburg are world class. You'll also find this woman is a musical artist with a CD on the market. My guess is, she probably can't cook though. The literary talent in her family extends to her sister who wrote a book!
Posted by Vic Campbell at 7/08/2006