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  • Jim Bennett
    I have been urging folks to contact local public-access to get on and make a program about the Fair Tax. Here is information from Wikipedia about public-access
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 1, 2009
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      I have been urging folks to contact local public-access to get on and make a program about the Fair Tax. Here is information from Wikipedia about public-access TV in New Jersey.
      ~Jim

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      List of public-access cable-TV stations in the United States (From Wikipedia).

      In the U.S., every community that is served by one or more cable TV companies has the right to collect a fee from those companies to fund a public-access cable TV channel. In addition, the cable TV companies must make a channel available for the public-access organization to distribute the non-profit local programming produced by or made available to the organization.

      This list was initiated based on a list of public access stations listed by Alliance for Community Media, with some defunct organizations removed. Note that the distribution of organizations here does not always correlate to population; for example, although California has the most stations listed, Michigan and Minnesota each have more stations than New York.

      Charter Type: P = Non-profit public organization, G = Civil government organization, E = Non-profit educational organization

      ...

      New Jersey:
      List of public-access cable-TV stations in the United States (From Wikipedia).

      In the U.S., every community that is served by one or more cable TV companies has the right to collect a fee from those companies to fund a public-access cable TV channel. In addition, the cable TV companies must make a channel available for the public-access organization to distribute the non-profit local programming produced by or made available to the organization.

      This list was initiated based on a list of public access stations listed by Alliance for Community Media, with some defunct organizations removed. Note that the distribution of organizations here does not always correlate to population; for example, although California has the most stations listed, Michigan and Minnesota each have more stations than New York.

      Charter Type: P = Non-profit public organization, G = Civil government organization, E = Non-profit educational organization

      ...

      New Jersey:
      State City/County Population Served Charter Type Station Name Web Site
      NJ Bloomfield 48,000 P WBMA, Channel 35
      NJ East Brunswick 47,000 G E. Brunswick Mun. Access http://www.ebpl.org/ebtv/services.cfm
      NJ Fair Lawn 32,000 P Fair Lawn TV http://www.fairlawn.org/tv/fltv.htm
      NJ Metuchen 13,000 G METV http://www.jagonline.org/index.asp
      NJ Oakland 12,000 P OKTV http://www.geocities.com/oktvprod
      NJ Princeton 16,000 P Princeton TV-30 http://www.princetontv.org
      NJ Summit + 21,000 P TV 36 Communities on Cable http://www.tv36coc.com
      NJ Vineland 56,000 G Channel 13 http://www.vinelandcity.org/cityhall/admin/ch13.htm
      NJ Washington Township 75,000 P WCTV
      NJ Wayne 54,000 E William Paterson University http://www.wpunj.edu/irt/cable_tv.htm
      NJ Westfield 30,000 E WHS TV-36 http://westfieldnj.com/tv36/whatis.htm




      ~Jim Bennett
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