Media Policy Blog has a new post with a front page article from AM New York on the future of Public Access TV.
BY MICHAEL CLANCY
amNEWYORK CITY EDITOR
February 21, 2006
"People who present their TV shows on MNN, Brooklyn Cable Access Television and other such systems nationwide could be silenced if and when cable TV is made available on a nationwide franchising basis. Nationwide, some 1.2 million volunteers and 250,000 community groups who produce the grassroots programming could be blacked out."
Read the rest of the article here.
The time to organize is now.