Tuesday, November 30, 2010

June 29, 2010, flooding of Town Branch over 11th Street between Hill Avenue and Duncan Avenue in slide show of nature photos on Cable Access Television in Fayetteville, Arkansas

June 29 shortakes Aubrey James Shepherd for July 5-10 on CAT 18

Aubrey james | Myspace Video

Larry Foley's news release could have been issued a couple of years ago but the date of this change was uncertain at that time

  • UATV‏

1:03 PM

To Aubrey Shepherd
 Hi Aubrey:
UATV will  not be part of PEG in the future. The Fayetteville eduational channel will be 217, operated by Fay Schools.

Join us as we celebrate both of these monumental events for UATV
Cox Communications will move UATV to Channel 214 on Dec. 9! This new channel will be operated exclusively by U of A students 24-hours a day, year round. This is also UATV's 15th anniversary of it's first live program.
Open house 12-2 p.m. Light refreshments
RSVP: Robyn Ledbetter, rledbet@uark.edu

Larry Foley 
Professor of Journalism 
University of Arkansas 
116 Kimpel Hall 
Fayetteville, AR  72701 

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Cox Cable pulls surprise on city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, with plan to move public-access, government channel and educational channel to EXPENSIVE digital tier of channels: So much for open government when thousands of people will not be able to afford access to the public channels

Please click on image to ENLARGE view of Cox Cable advertisement in recent issue of The Northwest Arkansas Times.

For several years I have been able to turn away phone and online salesmen wanting me to take the satellite systems and later the Uverse TV system of AT&T.
But now Cox has set up a situation that will require me to drop their service and take the Uverse, which will automatically cut my cost because I have AT&T phone service already.
Cox has one thing the others don't have: The local public stations at minimal cost.
This is the time for the city administration to begin negotiating with COX. This is a draconian measure that will hurt COX in the long run.