Facilities

The Creative Outpost is based out of Rock City Centre, and we have a podcast studio available at our corporate office for community use. Just email or call to discuss your project with us.

Public Presentations

The Creative Outpost is a member of Rock City Centre, located right across the street from City Hall in Little Falls. RCC’s two-story facility is designed to seamlessly blend interior spaces with outside nature views through its ground-level access, open floor plan, and light-filled spaces with impressive floor-to-ceiling windows surrounding the building. All public presentations are held in this space, as well as some of the workshops and film screenings. 

  • A 30-minute drive from Utica, NY
  • 3 miles from Exit 29 off the NY State Thruway
  • 1-1/4 hour drive from major airports at Albany or Syracuse, NY
  • 3-1/2 hours or less than a tank of gas from Manhattan, NY
  • Located on the 750-mile Empire State Trail for bicyclists
  • Erie Canal goes through the center of the City
  • Mohawk River flows through the center of the City
  • One of only seven harbors on the Erie Canal

Podcast Studio

Our podcast studio has state-of-the-art audio and video recording equipment. Whether you’re recording a podcast, doing a voiceover, or a live show streaming to YouTube, Facebook, or Twitch.TV — we’ve got you covered. Visit us at 25 West Mill Street in Little Falls to find out more!

  • Four microphone setup, so feel free to book guests, or if you have co-hosts — you’re good to go!
  • Professional mixer, mics, and recording equipment.
  • A turn-key setup with excellent sound quality.
  • Three-camera switching video system.

Classroom Environment

The Creative Outpost has partnered with the Little Falls City School District for the use of their new high-tech media center for workshops that require the use of computers and advanced editing software.

The new space is part of a 29.9 million dollar capital improvement project approved by the voters in 2018 and completed in 2021.

Satisfied Customers

“There are a ton of hockey podcasts out there, but to differentiate ourselves, I want to be able to spotlight local hockey players in the Mohawk Valley, and people that have connections to the NHL. That’s our thing.”

Scott Kinville

Host, Marty's Illegal Stick Podcast

“I needed a hobby kind of thing, and I don’t mind having conversations with people. I know enough people in the sports community I think to at least put together some kind of show, so why not give it a shot.”

Rob Drumm

Host, Sportsbeat with Rob Drumm Podcast

“Being able to host a podcast on My Little Falls radio has been the best experience, it’s not only allowed me to feature what my business does but also businesses closely involved with my line of work. Production is the best you can get! I couldn’t be happier with my monthly podcast.”

Tiffany Rutkowski

Host, Tiffany Talk Podcast

“The thought of doing a podcast intimidated me until I met Dave Warner. When I brought him the idea, he helped me create a show with our success in mind. The sound quality and professional atmosphere is impressive; His guidance is priceless, and we also have a lot of fun recording. Thank you, My Little Falls!”

Michele Hummel

Host, Hello Herkimer County Podcast

Frequently Asked Questions

Supporting the technology, media, and film industries is a unique approach that reflects the convergence of technologies that allow content to be created, formatted, stored, and then shared via computer-based publications, printed material, online services, and various forms of interactive media.

What is media arts and technology?

Media Arts is the study of human communication through film, photography, video, audio, computer/digital arts, and interactive media. Creatively, students employ the elements of space, time, light, motion, color, and sound to express their perspectives, feelings, and ideas.

What does education in this area do for you?

These programs prepare students for positions in the entertainment industry, electronic journalism, audiovisual production companies, broadcast and cable networks, and corporate communications departments, just to name a few.

What are some of the jobs available?

Announcers, Podcasters, Art Directors, Broadcast and Sound Engineering Technicians, Editors, Reporters, Photojournalists, Film and Video Editors, and Camera Operators. Graphic Designers, and Photographers as well.

What is our purpose?

To get students to create visual representations that communicate, challenge, and express their own and others’ ideas, as both artist and audience. To develop their perceptual and conceptual understandings, critical reasoning, and practical skills through exploring the world through the media arts.

How much can I expect to make?

While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $95,500 and as low as $18,500, the majority of media salaries currently range between $31,500 (25th percentile) to $56,000 (75th percentile) with top earners (90th percentile) making $91,500 annually across the United States.

What does the future look like with these skills?

The future is bright for students with these skills. With the ever-evolving technologies and industries that are seeking content, students with skills in this area are in high demand in the workplace.

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690 E Main St
Little Falls NY 13365

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