Selected Press Clippings for the PEG Access Television Community: 02/04/07

Couple set the pace in TV production group
by Jeff Frank
North County Times
02/04/07
RANCHO BERNARDO —- Television is said to be a young person’s business. Jack and Esther Bloom might suggest otherwise. The Rancho Bernardo couple have spent the last 10 years helping to produce programs for Time Warner Cablevision’s public access stations. The oldest and longest-tenured members of the group Public Access Cablevision by Elders, the Blooms, in their 80s, have been involved in creating more than 500 different programs. —> http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2007/02/05/news/inland/2407192413.txt

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Kucinich Visits Maine
by Bruce Gagnon
Organizing Notes
02/04/07
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) visited Maine this past Friday and I was invited to appear with him on a local cable access TV show in Portland that was filmed live, with over 80 people in the studio audience. Kucinich and I were asked primarily to comment on the U.S. occupation of Iraq and we both particularly focused on the important issue of calling on Congress to cut the funding for the war. —> http://space4peace.blogspot.com/2007/02/kucinich-visits-maine.html

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Lawrence County Moving Toward Public Access Channel
by Tim Velder
Rapid City Journal
02/03/07
The Lead City Commission has agreed to allow Prairie Wave Communications to open a public access channel in Lawrence County, but the commission is waiting for Deadwood and Spearfish officials, who are still working on the details. Prairie Wave wants to use facilities at Black Hills State University to manage a television channel that would carry recorded proceedings at city council and commission meetings, school board meetings and announcements from Black Hills State University and local chambers of commerce. —>
http://www.rapidcityjournal.com/articles/2007/02/04/news/local/news02.txt
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compiled by

Rob McCausland
Director of Information & Organizing Services
Alliance for Community Media
202-393-2650

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