Sunday, October 4, 2009

Kingston Public Access Tv - General start date moved 1 week to 10/12

An email from the Kingston Public Access Tv, KAPAC Chair, Mercedes Ross.

Dear Producers,

We had another successful test of our station yesterday. The broadcast of prerecorded shows worked in the same way it has for the last two studio spaces. So, the good news is that no instruction will be needed for producers who had a show when the station went off the air.

In regard to the live broadcast test that we did last Monday, the signal test (audio & video) was a success but the equipment still needs some additional set up so more testing may be needed (not to mention cleaning & dusting). If you would like to be involved in the testing and set up, please let me know. We can always use the help especially if you have some technical skills or a truck.

The calendar is working but we need an antivirus software before it can be updated again. I will be talking to Jeremy Ellenbogen on Monday morning regarding this and if needed I will buy the software myself.

For those who have asked, the new location is in the heart of Midtown Kingston at 721 Broadway (the former RNN building) and it is the building we were in before the Sterling Street location. If you remember our RNN location, we will be entering from the Seven21 parking lot and not Liberty Street..

I hope many of you will be able to attend our regular meeting this Thursday at City Hall. We will have copies of the new building rules and should be able to finalize our new beginning.

I'm looking forward to seeing you all

Mercedes KAPAC Chair
I recommend: UPDATE the cpu, memory and operating system first on the calendar before buying the antivirus software.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Boom Boom

Formerly owned by the Catskill Game Farm in New York State, Boom Boom was auctioned to the highest bidder, along with 1,000 other animals, when the game farm went out of business. MORE..