The Committee of 100, 60th episode with Governor Terry McAuliffe

The Committee of 100 recently celebrated its 60th anniversary, continuing its mission to generate civil dialogue about issues affecting the community. In the latest episode, Governor Terry McAuliffe addresses education, health centers, environmental issues, and more. Visit our YouTube channel to view the episode.

Audio Room Update

So many people have shown interest in our upcoming audio room, which will be used to provide entry-level and advanced courses in audio production. We have submitted drawings for approval from Arlington County, and are now awaiting permits before we take the next step. Thanks for your continued support, we'll keep you updated!

Commercial Rentals

Arlington Independent Media offers affordable rates for commercial studio and video equipment rentals.  Call Jackie Steven at 703-524-2388 for rates or more information.




Karaoke Night: Fri, May 30

Please join us for Karaoke Night right here in our studio. There will be tons of great songs to choose from, and members are free to bring friends. We'll have pizza, snacks, sodas, and beer available for all you singers out there. RSVP to Elaine at elaine@arlingtonmedia.org or 703.524.2388.

New Communications Coordinator at AIM

Melissa joins AIM as Communications Coordinator. Hailing from Florida, she has a background in communications as well as publishing, marketing, and project management. She recently earned her MA in Activism and Social Change at the University of Leeds; her interests include documentaries, community development, and social inclusion, as well as fair access to open media and information.

Melissa Snowden

After graduating from the University of Leeds with an Activism and Social Change MA, Melissa joined AIM in May 2014. Her career has ranged from editing and writing books to project management. In Florida, she served as Secretary of the Board to the Women Playwrights' Initiative, and contributed to arts and activist nonprofits including TakingITGlobal and Red Chair Project.

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