Del Mar TV Capturing Summer Commencement for DVD Sales

Article by: Rosa Linda Reynoso

For family and friends who can’t attend Del Mar College’s Summer 2014 Commencement Ceremony this Friday, Aug. 15, they can still see prospective graduates walk the stage. Del Mar TV will webcast and cablecast live the special event from Richardson Performance Hall.

This summer’s keynote speaker is Chris Adler, current chair of the College’s Vikings Alumni Association, who will address 352 prospective graduates before DMC awards 422 certificates and associate’s degrees combined. To read a full release about Adler, visit

The ceremony begins at 7 p.m. with the webcast opening 15 minutes before the event begins. To view the ceremony, individuals can go to The live cablecasts are available on Channel 19 on both Time Warner Cable and Grande Cable. 

For individuals who miss both opportunities, the College will also re-broadcast the ceremony on Channel 19 on the following dates: 

      • Aug. 22 and 29 at 10 p.m.

      • Aug. 25 and Sept. 1 at 7 p.m.

      • Aug. 27 and Sept. 3 at 11 a.m.

Del Mar TV will record the event and produce DVDs for purchase for family, friends and graduates wishing to keep a memento of the ceremony. DVDs can be pre-ordered by phone for $20 each by calling 361-698-1328. Visa and MasterCard charges will be accepted. For an additional $2 shipping and handling fee, DVDs can be mailed. 

Individuals can also pick up DVDs from the Business and Registration Desk at the Del Mar College Center for Economic Development (3209 S. Staples) beginning Monday, August 25.

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