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The state of public access TV

The cable board jumped into the fray over the city’s public access TV. Quote ... Unquote, Inc. is fighting to retain the contract it’s held for 30 years, even though the nonprofit is scheduled to hand over the reins to uPUBLIC at the end of March.

Comcast pays the city 40 cents per customer each month for the right to lay line in Albuquerque. The cash goes to fund public, educational or government stationslike public access channel 27 and Encantada TV channel 26. The cable board oversees those funds. But it didn’t have a say in who would be awarded the contract for those channelsand that’s something Martin Ethridgehill, chairman of the cable board, would like to rectify.

So in early January, the board reviewed the applications from QUQ and uPUBLIC, and voted unanimously to back QUQ.

It’s all in the hands of the City Council now. The issue isn’t on tonight’s meeting agenda, but that can change.

V.21 No.2 | 1/12/2012

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Cable Board Speaks Up

In an unprecedented move, the Cable Franchise and Hearing Board stepped into the fray over who will operate the city's public access TV channels. With a unanimous vote on Thursday, Jan. 5, the board backed Quote ... Unquote, Inc., the nonprofit that ran the channels for three decades before losing its contract.

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V.20 No.45 | 11/10/2011

Council Watch

Change the Channel

The battle over public access TV, and red means stop for the city’s cameras

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V.20 No.44 | 11/3/2011
Erica Jones, community outreach coordinator for Quote ... Unquote, Inc.
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End Quote?

Public access operator loses its contract with the city after 30 years

Quote ... Unquote, Inc. says there were irregularities in the bidding process and plans to appeal.

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