public access channel


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Raymond Massie said he wished park board meetings were broadcast on the local public access channel. Bill Starr said he thought cameras should be turned on for the meetings, and Steve Kurka also said he was in favor of board meetings being televised.
According to Kris McMullin, "We are looking forward to gaining more producers for our Public Access channel. We are specifically interested in those who may have their own ideas for new shows, and can network with current producers to help make their shows a reality.
The best proof of such promotional regulation of expression in cable is the FCC's adoption of public access channel requirements in the early 1970's.
Panelist Maria Juliana Byck, from Paper Tiger Television, spoke about the collaborative team's lo-fi, experimental program, which has aired on Manhattan's public access channel since 1981 with the intention of subverting corporate control of television.
And local citizens who have passed a certification course can produce their own content for the public access channel. Use of the equipment and studio are free.
Presently, the nursing home is running an ad for volunteers on the local cable public access channel. They are looking for singers, musicians, karaoke leaders, and folks who would like to spend time with the residents.
Instead, the governments would be able to post notices in at least one of the following ways: on their own Website, on the Website of the local newspaper, or on the public access channel operated that in government's jurisdiction.
The television shows feature content relevant to seniors and long-term care, and are broadcast over eastern Long Island's North and South Forks via public access Channel 20.
Does the media program coordinate programming that can be aired on the local public access channel?
It would essentially be a hybrid of a public access channel and a public service broadcast channel - showing both US-style 'infomercials' and new artistic material.
Citizens supply programming for the public access channel as show producers, while the government regulates citizen use of the channel through a local policy manual.
We can broadcast any event, live, to any other school and our public access channel."