Access Humboldt is a non-profit community media organization serving the residents of Humboldt County since 2006

The Community Media Center is OPEN 10am-5pm T-F

or by appointment 

Access Humboldt members can schedule a time to stop by the CMC and check out film and audio equipment or schedule a time to use the studio. 

Find an available time slot by clicking the link below, then contact us at or call (707) 443-9352 to schedule a time.

Interested in our Certifications and Trainings? 

Click below to let us know what classes you'd like to take:

 Certification and Training Sign-Up Sheet

 New location at College of The Redwoods Eureka Campus! 

The Eureka campus for the College of the Redwoods is located just south of the city of Eureka. If you live in Eureka or North of Eureka, you will use 101 south and take exit 698, onto Tompkins Hill rd. If you are coming from south of Eureka you’ll use 101 north and take exit  696 onto Tompkins Hill rd. 

Access Humboldt is now in building 6. Notice three paths that will lead you from parking lot C, D or E, to the front of the building. Parking passes available upon requests and handicap parking available in front of the building.

The Redwoods Listening Post (RLP)

The Redwoods Listening Post was formed in 2020 as an Internews-affiliated Listening Post project to cover the pandemic. Access Humboldt implemented THE RLP to equip and amplify the voices of Humboldt County's disenfranchised communities, inspired by the work done in our Eureka Information Ecosystem Assessment. Since 2022, THE RLP transitioned its areas of concentration to focus on the interests of Black, Latinx, Asian, local Tribal communities, and 2S/LGBTQIA+ residents. We emphasize these communities and their stories, because we want to build diverse local media collaborations to support local news and information efforts. 

Returning soon to KZZH, 

Humboldt Roller Derby. 

Live from Franceschi Hall at Redwood Acres! Join your host, Paul Bressoud for Humboldt Roller Derby excitement at 96.7 FM and streaming live at

Local Community Journalism Learning Cohort - exact dates & locations for trainings TBA

FREE - 3 month series, implemented across Humboldt County serving English and Spanish speaking communities of Northern Humboldt, The Eel River Valley, Southern Humboldt and adjacent tribal lands interested in gaining skills to support the distribution of multi media community news, information and stories.

Participants that complete all trainings will have a fast tracked position to publish finished and approved stories across a range of local media outlets like KZZH 96.7FM and KMUD 91.1FM.

Who We Are and What We Do

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