MAMARONECK, New York (August 22, 2018) –LMCTV announces its Fall 2018 broadcast schedule: a 21-game slate of football, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, and swimming at Mamaroneck and Rye Neck High Schools.
The action gets underway the weekend of September 7, when the Mamaroneck Football team opens their slate at home against rival Scarsdale. The Tigers will also face New Rochelle (September 21) and White Plains (October 12) (Check below for full schedule).
The schedule features two boys soccer games at both Mamaroneck and Rye Neck. The defending Section 1 Champion Panthers face perennial contenders Hastings (September 28) and Bronxville (October 12). The Tigers will take to the pitch against rivals Port Chester (September 14) and Scarsdale (October 19).
The defending Section 1 Champion Mamaroneck Field Hockey team will play in front of LMCTV’s cameras twice, including a game against nine-time defending New York State Class B Champion Lakeland.
Fans can watch all games broadcasted by LMC Varsity Sports by utilizing the On-Demand feature on our website (www.LMCTV.org), which also includes an up-to-date schedule, information on air dates and updated air-times for all televised games.
For more information on LMC Varsity Sports, please contact Rob Moretti, LMCTV Community Sports Producer at 914-381-2002, x. 207, and rmoretti@lmctv.org. You can also follow LMC Varsity Sports on Twitter at @LMCTVSports.
Friday: 8 p.m.
Saturday: 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m.

9/7 – 9/10 Mamaroneck Football Scarsdale 8/31
9/7 – 9/10 Rye Neck Girls Soccer Harrison 9/4
9/7 – 9/10 Rye Neck Field Hockey Edgemont 9/5
9/14 – 9/17 Rye Neck Girls Soccer Dobbs Ferry 9/7
9/14 – 9/17 Rye Neck Football Croton-Harmon 9/8
9/14 – 9/17 Mamaroneck Boys Soccer Port Chester 9/12
9/21 – 9/24 Mamaroneck Football New Rochelle 9/14
9/21 – 9/24 Mamaroneck Field Hockey Suffern 9/17
9/28 – 10/1 Mamaroneck Girls Soccer Carmel 9/21
9/28 – 10/1 Mamaroneck Field Hockey Lakeland 9/22
9/28 – 10/1 Rye Neck Boys Soccer Hastings 9/24
10/5 – 10/8 Rye Neck Field Hockey Hastings 9/27
10/5 – 10/8 Mamaroneck Girls Soccer Ursuline 10/1
10/12 – 10/15 Mamaroneck Football White Plains 10/5
10/12 – 10/15 Rye Neck Volleyball Mamaroneck 10/9
10/12 – 10/15 Rye Neck Boys Soccer Bronxville 10/10
10/20 – 10/23 Mamaroneck Boys Soccer Scarsdale 10/12
10/20 – 10/23 Rye Neck Football Haldane 10/13
10/20 – 10/23 Mamaroneck Volleyball Mount Vernon 10/15
10/20 – 10/23 Mamaroneck Girls Swimming John Jay-CR 10/16
11/2 – 11/5 Rye Neck Football Edgemont 10/27

Thanks For Coming Out To The 2018 Tiki Invasion!

Thank you to everyone who came out to the 3rd Annual Tiki Invasion!
Additional thanks to the Village of Mamaroneck Parks & Recreation Department for helping to make this all possible. We hope to see you all again next year. In the meantime, check out some of the pictures from our event.


Make A Movie at LMCTV This Summer!

June Classes For Members

Make A Movie at LMCTV This Summer!

Geared for young people 13 and up, LMCTV’s summer filmmaking workshops are an opportunity to learn hands-on video and filmmaking skills. From script writing, to cinematography, to computer video editing and more, participants will write, shoot, direct, act and edit their own movie! Each workshop is held Monday through Friday from 10am-3pm for three weeks at LMCTV’s Studio in Mamaroneck, NY.

The workshop is in its eighteenth year.

Workshop runs from July 2 – July 20 (no class on July 4)

Space is limited so fill out the forms below! If you need any more information call Matt Sullivan at 914-381-2002 ext. 202.

Parental Off Premisses Consent Form 2018
Participation Form 2018


Sign up today for our June Classes!

These classes are for LMCTV Members only
Not a member? Click here to join!

Producing Your Short Film
June 25, 2018 – 7:00pm

In this LMCTV “Members Only” Class, learn the soup to nuts basics of taking your short film script and turning it into a reality. In this class, LMCTV COO and independent film director, producer, and writer Matt Sullivan will walk you through your first steps to producing your short film. You do not need to have a script written to participate.

The Ken Burns Effect
June 26, 2018 – 7:00pm

Learn how to create the zoom and pan effect made popular by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. Using this effect makes plain and static subjects come to life with simple zooms and movement.
In this class we will be Creating a “Ken Burns” Pan and Zoom Effect in Premiere Pro. The Ken Burns effect is a type of panning and zooming effect used in video production from still imagery. The feature enables a widely used technique of embedding still photographs in motion pictures, displayed with slow zooming and panning effects, and fading transitions between frames.
To create this roving effect in Adobe Premiere Pro, we will be using something VERY useful in all video editing: keyframes.
**Students need to bring 25 still pictures (JPEG) and 1 song file (WAVE, Mp4) to class on a thumb drive.

Intro to Photoshop
June 27, 2018 – 7:00pm

Want to create designs for promotional materials or just touch up some family photos? Maybe you just want to create an interesting visual for your website or are looking to develop a personal work of art. All this is possible with the incredibly popular, Adobe Photoshop! Yes it can be intimidating to jump into a powerhouse like Photoshop without knowing what’s what, but I’ll be walking you through the basic tools, layout, and functions to get you started. All ages are welcome!

Photoshop: Beyond the Basics
July 11, 2018 – 7:00pm

It’s time to go beyond the basic tools and functions of Photoshop. Take your skills to the next level with Masks, Filters, Blending Modes, and more. A basic understanding of Photoshop is required.
All Ages are welcome!
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LMCTV CEO Erik Lewis Retiring!

Wish Erik Lewis a Fond Farewell!! RSVP Below!

LMCTV CEO, Erik Lewis, is retiring from the company on June 15, 2018 to pursue other creative projects. Mr. Lewis began his tenure at LMCTV on November 8, 1999 as Executive Director. In June of 2015 he began working reduced hours under the title Chief Executive Officer, sharing executive responsibility with his colleague Matthew Sullivan who was promoted to Chief Operating Officer. “It’s time to devote myself full time to the ideas and projects I have had on the back burner,” said Mr. Lewis.

I’ve loved every minute of being at LMCTV – the people, the challenges, the politics.

Prior to coming to LMCTV, Mr. Lewis had been a documentary and public affairs producer/writer for both independent documentaries and broadcast entities including WNET, Lifetime, and the Learning Channel. Mr. Lewis began his career in the arts in 1966 as technical director and mask maker in the Free Southern Theater – a traveling civil rights theater group based in New Orleans.
During his nearly 19 year tenure as the leader of LMCTV, the non-profit has broadened and deepened its service to the community. “Our mission of building community through media resonated deeply with me and is something in one way or another I’ve been doing my whole life,” said Mr. Lewis. “I’ve loved every minute of being at LMCTV – the people, the challenges, the politics. It’s wonderful to have been given the opportunity to change people’s lives.”

Among the programs Mr. Lewis is most proud of initiating is the creation of The Local Live – an LMCTV-produced local weekly news and public affairs show featuring live call-in segments with local opinion leaders. “I patterned it after a Thirteen Live, a Channel 13 public affairs show I was a producer for. I added the live call-in component because I thought it was a great way to allow the community direct access to their leaders,” said Mr. Lewis.
Other accomplishments Mr. Lewis cites are: creation of the Summer Teen Filmmaking Workshops, an affordable, immersive summer camp experience where young people can learn filmmaking; the Almost Anything Goes Videofest (2001-09), where local creative artists and students showcase their work (soon to be revived); the K-6 Afterschool Video Clubs, a series of workshops offered in all the K-6 schools in the Mamaroneck and Rye Neck School Districts; the Corporate Underwriting Program, where local businesses have their grant support for LMCTV acknowledged by PBS-style acknowledgments; the Varsity Sports Program, where 80 varsity sports contests, ranging from football, basketball, and baseball to girls Lacrosse and field hockey, including state championships, are recorded and broadcast.
“We were blessed to have had Erik Lewis for so long,” said Jeff Meighan, LMCTV Board President. “His talent for administration kept the organization fiscally sound and his vision of community kept us moving in the right direction. I wish him the best in his future endeavors.”
“He taught me a lot about leadership,” said Matt Sullivan, LMCTV Chief Operating Officer. “Because of Erik and the foundation he helped build, I am prepared to lead LMCTV in its next phase of development which I foresee being expansion of social media platforms and becoming more visible in the community with the addition of a mobile production van to better serve the community.”

I am anxious to rekindle the creative forces that brought me to television and theater

What’s next for the retiring executive? “I am anxious to rekindle the creative forces that brought me to television and theater in the first place. I’m not into bucket lists. I’m into projects. Stay tuned.”
Those wishing to contact Mr. Lewis to wish him well can still reach him at elewis@lmctv.org. The email account will remain active until the end of the year.

LMCTV will also be hosting a celebration event for Mr. Lewis on Friday, June 29th 5:00pm at LMCTV’s Studio in the Town of Mamaroneck Town Center Building!



Please Contribute to the LMCTV Mural!

LMCTV Mural Piece $200

LMCTV would like to thank local artist Jamie Lynn at MADE Art Studio for creating our beautiful community mural! The community mural hanging in our new studio at the Town Center building is half way there and we would love if the community could take us the whole way, piece by piece. Only with the community’s support can we continue to provide such services as government meetings, varsity sports and community news, like The Local Live. If you’d like to support us by contributing to our mural or just making a donation please click the support button on the top right of this page or just click HERE!
Each contributor will be listed alongside the mural when it is completed.
(please note that mural pieces are $200 and can be donated as individual contributors or as a group)



LMCTV announces a twelve-week, 17-game re-broadcast schedule of games televised during the 2017-2018 academic year at both Mamaroneck and Rye Neck High Schools.
The schedule consists of highlighted games, some of which went down to the final minutes — and final seconds — creating some of the most memorable moments of the year for Panthers and Tigers fans.
The action gets underway the weekend of June 15, with a nail-biter football game at Mamaroneck.
The series will wrap up the weekend of August 31 with two scintillating Mamaroneck Boys Lacrosse games.
Panther fans can relive the boys soccer team’s thrilling double overtime goal in the New York State Tournament, airing the weekend of June 22.
The schedule includes seven Section 1 playoff games and two New York State playoff games, including postseason competition in boys soccer, field hockey, boys basketball, baseball, and boys and girls lacrosse.
Fans can watch every game LMCTV Varsity Sports televised this year on LMCTV’s “Watch Now” section online at www.LMCTV.org. Fans can also request DVD copies of all televised games by calling 914-381-2002, ext. 0.
For more information on LMCTV Varsity Sports, please contact Rob Moretti, LMCTV Community Sports Producer, at 381-2002, x 207, or via email at rmoretti@lmctv.org. You can also follow LMC Varsity Sports on Twitter at @LMCTVSports.
Weekend of June 15 – June 18
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Football vs. Mount Vernon – 9/15/17
Weekend of June 22 – June 25
8:00pm/1:00pm: Rye Neck Boys Soccer vs. Westlake – 10/20/17 (Sectional Playoffs)
9:30pm/2:30pm: Rye Neck Boys Soccer vs. Rhinebeck – 11/1/17 (Regional Semifinal)
Weekend of June 29 – July 2
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Field Hockey vs. Clarkstown South – 10/26/17 (Sectional Playoffs)
9:15pm/2:15pm: Mamaroneck Field Hockey vs. Scarsdale – 10/30/17 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of July 6 – July 9
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Girls Basketball vs. Suffern – 1/3/18
Weekend of July 13 – July 16
8:00pm/1:00pm: Rye Neck Girls Basketball vs. Pawling – 1/29/18
Weekend of July 20 – July 23
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Ice Hockey vs. Scarsdale – 2/9/18
Weekend of July 27 – July 30
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Boys Basketball vs. Ramapo – 2/28/18 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of August 3 – August 6
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Softball vs. White Plains – 4/11/18
Weekend of August 10 – August 13
8:00pm/1:00pm: Rye Neck Softball vs. Mamaroneck – 5/2/18
Weekend of August 17 – August 20
8:00pm/1:00pm: Rye Neck Baseball vs. Haldane – 5/3/18
9:20pm/2:20pm: Rye Neck Baseball vs. Valhalla – 5/18/18 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of August 24 – August 27
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Baseball vs. Yorktown – 5/21/18 (Sectional Playoffs)
10:00pm/3:00pm: Mamaroneck Girls Lacrosse vs. Mahopac – 5/21/18 (Sectional Playoffs)
Weekend of August 31 – September 3
8:00pm/1:00pm: Mamaroneck Boys Lacrosse vs. Lakeland/Panas – 5/12/18
9:30pm/2:30pm: Mamaroneck Boys Lacrosse vs. Niskayuna – 6/2/18 (Regional Final)
Friday: 8:00pm
Saturday: 1:00pm/8:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm/8:00pm
Monday: 1:00pm

Award Night Pictures!

A huge thank you to all those who came out to support LMCTV last Wednesday for the 28th Annual Award Show! There was a great turnout and LMCTV extends those thank you’s to all those who have volunteered with us, worked with us, made donations and contributions, purchased ads in our booklets, became corporate underwriters, or just watch our content on TV! Without all of you we would not be able to make all of this possible!
Thank you!



LMCTV's 28th Annual Award Night!

LMCTV’s 28th Annual Award Night!

It’s that time of year again, and LMCTV will be hosting its 28th Annual Award Night!  As always, we will honor the hard work and achievements of our wonderful volunteers and producers.  This year’s Mary Anne Sullivan Award for Outstanding Achievement in Community Television will be presented to Reverend Bill Crawford and Rabbi Jeffrey Sirkman.

To take out an ad in our evening journal, please CLICK HERE
Deadline for ads is Thursday 5/24

The special event will be held on Wednesday May 30th at 7:00pm at the David Potts Jr. VFW Post 1156.

1288 Boston Post Rd.

Larchmont, NY 10538


We want to thank our sponsor for the evening Nu-Way Air Conditioning and Heating!




The Categories!

Best Series ♦ Best New Series ♦ Best Single Program
Best Videography for a Community Production
The Local Live Best Videographer ♦ The Local Live Best Editor
The Local Live Best Overall Package

Best Series

A Town and Village Two
Alice Bloom

The Way to Go
Alan Bendich

Give and Take
Cicely  Greaves

Terror TV
Chris Lavigna

Larchmont Today
Marian White & Ken Bialo

Best New Series

Kayode Howard

I am…with Eric Faria
Eric Faria

Dollars & $ense Investing
Michael Feinman

Playing  with 2 Nubes
Anthony Forrest & DJ Drapeau

News From Space
Everett Sawyer

Best Single Program

The Lions of Larchmont & Mamaroneck; A Lions Centennial Video Scrapbook
The Larchmont Lions Club, Phil Oldham

Walk & Roll
Philippa Wharton

Girl Power
Jennie Reich

Chorsdman A Capella Festival
Stephen Bartell

Light Up Larchmont
The Larchmont Professional Firefighters


Best Videography for a Community Production

American Legion Post 90 Memorial Day Parade
Xavier Campo

Walk & Roll
Coby Hilelly and Xavier Campo

Fall Food Truck Festival
Andrew Rio

Family Fun Night
Christian Szokolay

The 44th Annual Kiwanis Car Show 2017
Coby Hillely


The Local Live: Best Videographer

Girl Scout Ramp
Xavier Campo

Eclipse Viewing at Larchmont Library
Philippa Wharton

Paddle Across the Sound
Matt Bildzok

SUP Westchester
Andrew Rio

Walter’s Feature
Chloe Malushaga


The Local Live: Best Editor

Girl Scout Ramp
Aurora Fowlkes

Red Plum
Alexandria Garcia

Eclipse Viewing at Larchmont Library
Aurora Fowlkes

Walter’s Feature
Chloe Malushaga

School of Rock
Andrew Rio


The Local Live: Best Overall Package

TLL: Light Up Larchmont
Lindsley Barrios & Diana Barnes

Eclipse Viewing at Larchmont Library
Aurora Fowlkes

Walter’s Feature
Chloe Malushaga

5th Annual Westchester Tattoo Convention
Xavier Campo & Andrew Rio

NY Rangers
Aurora Fowlkes