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Busy Medford Council Docket changes Friday Ch. 14 Schedule

Medford City HallNo one will accuse the Medford City Council of not earning their lunch yesterday! The volunteer Councilors spent a solid four and a half hours in the Council Chambers conducting the business of the Noon and Evening sessions. As a result, we’ve moved the start time for Channel 14 up to 2:25pm today, not long after the conclusion of the Medford Site Plan and¬†Architectural Commission live meeting at Noon.

This is one of the typical challenges of scheduling our Government Access channels, as meeting times can vary widely. MPD: Your Police, Our Community will lead off the 14 schedule just before 2:30, although the original start time published in our advance schedules was 4pm. The Medford Council replays were scheduled for 5-8pm, but went 90 minutes longer than that, hence the shift early for the front end of the schedule. The Southern Oregon Economic Summit parts 1 and 2 play back to back at 8pm tonight, which is a 3 hour block. On days like this it’s better to adjust the start time early, and keep the rest of the schedule intact from 8pm on.

So how do our viewers out there keep up with all that on a daily basis? Check our website schedules, which are updated every morning. Once you are on our homepage, mouse over the “Schedules” tab and the choose the channel you’re looking for. If you don’t have Charter Cable, you can also access the live stream of the channels on our homepage as well. Busy during the scheduled live or replay time? We have the program available 24/7 on the RVTV PEG Player. Meetings and studio shows are also archived on the City or County website that originated the content.

With hundreds of hours of local original programming flowing through the system at the DMC each month it’s a lot to keep up with! If you have programming or archived file access questions you can write to your programming blogger Joe Brett at brett@sou.edu.

 

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