Northern Michigan: Newsmakers Jan 8, 2007

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Traverse City Record-Eagle

Cable subscribers have paid for equipment to televise local government meetings for the past 18 months, but other than Traverse City, only one township put that money to use. Cable subscribers each pay 30 cents a month for equipment that can be installed in township halls to televise meetings, a fee that generates about $80,000 a year. Additionally, tctv2, the local public access channel, offered to make personnel available to tape township meetings... Funding for public station at risk (Mon 1/8)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on January 8, 2007 5:44 PM.

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