Unveiling of new podcast suite from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, will include live entertainment, food and beverages

Willamette Falls Media Center invites you to celebrate the unveiling of its new podcast suite from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22.

This free open house will include live entertainment, food and beverages. Connect with local governmental officals, nonprofits, schools and community members as the public for the first time can see WFMC's new equipment at 1101 Jackson St., Oregon City.

PHOTO BY RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - The old Oregon City High School on Jackson Street became 'Boring High School' for the new Netflix 1990s teen series 'Everything Sucks.'Wilsonville Arts and Technology High School senior Jacob Thompson, who hosts the "Top 5" show at WFMC, has been testing out the new podcast room for the past couple of months. Last week, Thompson joined Clackamas Review/Oregon City News Editor Raymond Rendleman's "Community News" show after Rendleman interviewed two WFMC board members about the new equipment available to the public there. Thompson's podcasts can be viewed here.

Here's the Community News interview with Thompson, Dave Hedges and Richard Marlow:

In addition to the podcast suite, WFMC has the latest high-definition-capable green screen, courtesy of Netflix, which just filmed 10 half-hour episodes of its new 1990s teen series "Everything Sucks" in Oregon City. "Everything Sucks" crews used the old Oregon City High School, various other locations in the McLoughlin neighborhood and the '90s-era equipment in the WFMC basement for the fictional high school's AV club.

If you are part of a nonprofit or community service and you would like your entity highlighted during the Sept. 22 event, call 503-650-0275 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details. If you plan to attend the event on Sept. 22, RSVPs are requested so WFMC staff know how many people want to join the party.

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