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Pittsfield Cable Advisory Committee Seeking Input
08:08AM / Thursday, April 18, 2024
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The City of Pittsfield's Cable Advisory Committee is conducting an online survey to gain insight into the needs of the Pittsfield community with regards to the Charter Spectrum Cable Television License.
The cable company's license with the city expires on September 30, 2024. The committee seeks to gather input and information from a wide variety of residents to gauge their experiences and reactions to the level of service provided by Charter Spectrum, and the impact of Public, Education, and Government ("PEG") access provided by Pittsfield Community Television.
Input gathered from the survey will be crucial to guide the Cable Advisory Committee in its ascertainment process, to renegotiate a ten-year license with the cable company.
The survey, which takes about five minutes to complete, will stay open and accept responses until April 26, 2024. The survey is available here:
Pittsfield Community Television (PCTV) recently provided a presentation to the Cable Advisory Committee with a ten-year report and capital projects projection.
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