Past Events

CCMC Launches Multimedia Studio

The Launch of The Studio at the Cyprus Community Media Centre will take place on Thursday 16 May 2013.

Located in the Buffer Zone at CCMC, The Studio is for civil society organisations to produce media content highlighting their reconciliation work and for media actors across Cyprus to create joint productions.

Speaking at the Launch will be:
John M. Koenig, U.S. Ambassador to Cyprus
Georgios Markopouliotis, Head of the European Commission Representation in Cyprus
Christopher Louise, UNDP-ACT Programme Manager
Larry Fergeson, CCMC General Manager

 
Logo-Colour 1

Cyprus’ first multilingual radio station launched at event at the Europe House in Nicosia


MYCYradio, a new multilingual web radio station was officially launched today in the presence of George Markopouliotis, Head of the European Commission Representation in Cyprus, at a press conference held at the EU House in Nicosia.

 

MYCYradio is a community radio station open to individuals, organisations and communities in Cyprus who are looking for the opportunity to have their voice heard and who want to broadcast their own programmes online. As of Monday April 29, MYCYradio will be broadcasting live in a number of languages including English, Greek, Turkish, Farsi, Arabic, Swahili, Tamil and Sinhalese. MYCYradio will also feature a wide variety of music shows and community news. All are invited to listen to the new multilingual web radio station by directing your favourite Internet browser to  http://mycyradio.eu/.

 

Established under the auspices of the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC), MYCYradio receives support from the European Commission Representation in Cyprus.

 

 
Logo-Colour 1

Cyprus’ first multilingual radio station launched at event at the Europe House in Nicosia

MYCYradio, a new multilingual web radio station was officially launched today in the presence of George Markopouliotis, Head of the European Commission Representation in Cyprus, at a press conference held at the EU House in Nicosia.

 

MYCYradio is a community radio station open to individuals, organisations and communities in Cyprus who are looking for the opportunity to have their voice heard and who want to broadcast their own programmes online. As of Monday April 29, MYCYradio will be broadcasting live in a number of languages including English, Greek, Turkish, Farsi, Arabic, Swahili, Tamil and Sinhalese. MYCYradio will also feature a wide variety of music shows and community news. All are invited to listen to the new multilingual web radio station by directing your favourite Internet browser to  http://mycyradio.eu/.

 

Established under the auspices of the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC), MYCYradio receives support from the European Commission Representation in Cyprus.

 

   
bandabulyamemoryeng_finalweb

Bandabulya Memory: Photo Exhibition

Come and join us this Thursday 28 February 2013 at the Bandabulya covered market in the Old City of Nicosia (northern part) for a photographic exhibition and presentation of digital stories capturing people's memories of the Bandabulya. The exhibition opens at 7pm and will be followed by a cocktail reception. We hope you can join us! This activity by CCMC is funded by the European Union and supported by UNDP-Partnership for the Future.

 
archana kapoor

'Community Media: Giving Voice to the Voiceless': talk with community radio activist Archana Kapoor at CCMC 28 January 2013

The Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC) is hosting a prominent community media activist from India as part of its ongoing advocacy campaign for the recognition of this sector in Cyprus. Entitled ‘Community Media: Giving Voice to the Voiceless’ this public talk followed by discussion will feature a keynote speech by Archana Kapoor, a filmmaker, author and activist. Ms Kapoor is also the publisher of Hardnews magazine, an independent political monthly in India, and founder of the NGO SMART that works with marginalised communities in India. Two years ago Kapoor launched a community radio station in an impoverished rural community outside Delhi. The radio station went on to win a National Award from the Government of India in 2012. Kapoor is also on the governing board of the Community Radio Association, an organisation established in order to promote and lobby for the community radio movement. The event is part of CCMC's MultiCommMedia project and advocacy campaign for the recognition of community media in Cyprus, supported UNDP-ACT. The event will be followed by a reception. Download your invitation here.

   

Cyprus Community Media Centre

'Empowering a media literate and active society.'

banner