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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Assemblymember Kevin Cahill co-sponsors a bill A03534 in support of Public Access Tv

Uploaded by DixonAve on Jan 23, 2012.

A03534 Summary: Requires the establishment of a citizens' committee on cable television prior to granting or renewing a cable television franchise by a municipality; such committee shall study and make recommendations on the requirement of the municipality for public education and local government programming; all such recommendations shall be included in the franchise agreement; eliminates the authority of counties to enter into franchise agreements with cable television systems; requires every municipality having a population of less than one million, which charges cable television fees to annually put aside not less than $250,000 to be spent exclusively for the creation, operation and maintenance of a public access television station; requires cable television systems to post municipal franchise agreement on their internet websites.

Monday, February 20, 2012

WATCH LIVE: Kingston's Laws and Rules meeting on 2/21/2012 | Kingston News Live |

Tonight, I plan to provide a live video stream of the CABLE COMMISSION. Alliance for Community Media Representative is on the agenda. Kingston News Live @ Ustream.TV - link to the channel: http://ustre.am/2yBV

The Kingston Daily Freeman is also planning on live streaming Kingston's Laws and Rules panel meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. New rules on landlord renting on agenda. See Freeman website on Tuesday night for this live coverage. | Daily Freeman | http://www.dailyfreeman.com

NOTE: The Kingston News Live stream will start after 8:00 PM.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Kingston Now Show 26 Watershed Blog - Watershed Post and The Kingston News

Uploaded by KingstonNow on Feb 2, 2012

Kingston NOW's Facebook page.. Kingston NOW airs every Wednesday at 11:00PM on WRNN-TV Channel 22. Produced and recorded at Seven21 Media Center... Watershed Post's website: www.watershedpost.com