Local access television has been in Maine for years, but some communities are on
Local access television has been in Maine for years, but some communities are only recently turning on to its potential. Patricia Shearman is filming a video history of Norway and South Paris that she plans to show on the local cable network, while people in Freeport are trying to get an old van from United Video Cablevision to improve mobile productions. Cable franchise agreements provide channels for government, education and public interest programming, and use of those channels depends almost solely on the degree of local interest. Details.
"Local access television has been in Maine for years, but some communities are on" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 12864.
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