Putting the power of the media in the hands of the community means ensuring everyone has access to state-of-the-art media tools and high-end technology resources. Tools can be rented at affordable rates for commercial projects, or accessed free of charge for noncommercial projects with a DOM membership.
Video Production & Studio Rental

Two HD Production Studios - Our main production studio is available for high-definition television productions, film screenings, or musical performances with seating for up to 100. Our smaller studio offers robotic cameras, a green screen wall, professional lighting, audio, and graphics.  

Field Production Equipment - We offer a full range of professional video, lighting and audio. From palmcorders to HD cameras and wireless microphones to steadicams, we have tools to suit anyone’s skill level and production needs.

Editing Equipment - We offer several top-of-the-line Mac Pro editing workstations, equipped with all the latest software from Adobe, Apple, and more!

Web/TV Distribution
OMF oversees Denver's public access TV station, Denver Open Media, the only user-driven TV station in the country where viewers decide what's on. All video submitted to DOM are shown on Comcast Channels 56, 57 and 219, and also available at denveropenmedia.org. Individuals working on non-commercial projects can get free access to the same tools offered by OMF through DOM's membership program.
OMF works with the Colorado State Legislature to broadcast every floor session of the Colorado State Senate and House of Representatives, live online and on Comcast Channel 165. Together, we are increasing participation and transparency in government.
OMF is leading a nation-wide effort to give communities more control over community media. We are working with organizations across the country to create a network of user-driven media centers, collaborating on the creation of open-source software that helps to modernize and streamline operations, while increasing civic engagement through new media.
OMF offers meeting rooms, studios, a reception area, and a computer lab for community use.


Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.  -  Thomas Paine