Simbury Community TV has 3 media shelving units and a tall rack “if there’s anyone out there who could use them.” The shelving looks like this. If you have something you can’t use anymore, would like to give away or sell it, send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Received recently in response to an appeal for help on the matter of the FCC Proposed Rulemaking (DOC-353963A1): Dear Ms. Huizenga: Thank you for contacting me with your concerns about the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed rule change for franchise fees. I agree with you and welcome the opportunity to respond. As you may know, […]
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The following was sent from the folks at dnr Laboratories in Watertown, who have worked on installation. Now dnr’s customer needs someone to run the following: We are in the process of finishing a VERY large AV system install in the library that includes a Performing Arts Space, Lecture Forum with large format video wall, […]
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HB 5486 An Act Repealing the Transfer from the Public, Educational and Governmental Programming and Education Technology Investment Account (PEGPETIA) to the General Fund. (March 28, 2019) As of last night, we heard that leaders of the Finance, Revenue and Bonding committee (in particular co-chair Rep. Jason Rojas) plan to vote this bill out of committee. This would […]
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The moon was Full. Monday, February 19, 2019 featured both the first stop of a weeklong event as ACM president Mike Wassenaar and ACM Northeast Region chair Erica Jones
A brief recap and photos from across the states (including those at HPATV) is on the ACM Northeast website. Other news items on the federal policy front is also available elsewhere in their news section.
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Energy & Technology hearing 02/19/19 This was the hearing that included several bills of interest on the agenda. Some of us ducked in and out to attend some of the ACM/ACM-NE Road Show happening simultaneously at Hartford Public Access. Because the hearing could not be covered by Connecticut Networks, a video of the entire 4.5 […]
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Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee hearing 03/04/19 Connecticut Network recorded the whole 3.5-hour hearing, which listed 26 bills on its agenda. https://ct-n.com/ctn_stream.asp?odID=16076&autostart=false Written testimony for HB 5486 is online here. All are in support of repealing the statute that sweeps the PEGPETIA fund “in each fiscal year” after 2018. The whole recording is at this […]
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