FOCUS: Changes at the Center for Media and Democracy

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Host Margaret Harrington talks with Lauren Glenn Davitian, CEO of Center for Media and Democracy, Town Meeting tv, about changes at the station which impact the airing of community produced programs. While coronavirus has reduced the number of community produced shows because of the closing of the physical studio, a few of the shows which have continued have been relegated to obscurity by the policy of featuring shows on the basis of an unknown value judgment. Also the introduction of underwriters has changed the character of this open access tv station.

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