[continued from How Community Voice Channel Got High Definition] The Buske Group keeps track of PEG channels that have HD channels from various cable providers. Their latest list from last November includes PEGs in Comcast territory, many with smaller populations than Comcast Vernon’s area, most with a much higher population density (because: Buildout… right?). Comcast […]
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In a land without a franchise renewal process, O Best Beloved, there once was a CAP (that is, a Community Access Provider). It was neither too big or too small, serving just seven fairly rural towns. OK, that’s enough Kiplingese for now. In plain English: we have puzzled over how—in Connecticut where all 5% of […]
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We need your help with supporting SB 677 and HB 6419, with the goal of requiring he cable companies to broadcast our channel signals in HD. Community Voice Channel will be at the public hearing on Tuesday, and would appreciate if you could down load and sign THIS LETTER and email it back to email@example.com and ETtestimony@cga.ct.gov. Every […]
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SB 677 and HB 6419 are noted with links in a previous post. Information about them comes to us from Community Voice Channel, a regional CAP based in Bolton and serving seven towns altogether. CVC is a member of the national Alliance for Community Media. Both of these bills are on the agenda for a […]
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