Cable Companies Urged to Make Public Access Television Shows More Accessible
The FCC needs comments (last call!) – you can still file late:
Ask the FCC to stand with in our fight to stop cable and phone companies (AT&T, Verizon, Charter, Etc.) from undermining and marginalizing PUBLIC ACCESS by excluding viewer guide program information . Let’s ensure public access institutions such as WCCA TV can continue and even improve capacity to carry relevant information and community programming and that it is truly accessible to all. Hear Amy Goodman and Mitsuko Herrera, policy adviser for Montgomery County, discusses the strategic value of PUBLIC ACCESS Television and the need and importance for people to access public access content information . PUBLIC ACCESS reflects the interest of the community and empowers all individuals and organizations who utilize it. It is a community institution that merits to be fully funded, and needs to be truly accessible to community, and ALL viewers.
Please take 12-15 minutes to watch this video: CLICK HERE!
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Mauro DePasquale, Executive Director
WCCA TV 13, “The People’s Channel”
Main Street, Worcester