Monday, February 4, 2013
The vision for this programming is to create a forum for frank conversation while providing a parenting resource for the Summit community.
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Monday, February 4
Editor's note: The following information was submitted to Summit Patch by Annette Dwyer. "The View," a dynamic new cable show, will join the HTTV community lineup of programming for Summit and area residents. The vision for this programming is to create a forum for frank conversation while providing a parenting resource for the Summit community. The show’s host, Marianne DeSantis, Summit resident and parent, leads conversation among panels of Summit parents, students, and alumni discussing the show’s topic, which is then offered to experts for insights and guidance. Real, meaningful conversation; no scripts! The first show addresses a topic that is often hard to discuss: underage drinking. “The View” is funded by a grant from the Summit …
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Mr. Tukey, a Summit resident, holds a doctorate in statistics and data analysis.
Ellwood “Woody” Kerkeslager and Paul A. Tukey were newly elected to the Board of Trustees of HomeTowne Television at the local access station’s Annual Meeting held at Kent Place Schoolin Summit on April 29th . Mr. Kerkeslager’s career includes leadership positions with Bell Labs and AT&T; volunteer efforts at the local, regional and national level; and civic positions including a stint as Mayor of Madison. He is currently CEO of Information Futures, LLC. Mr. Tukey, a Summit resident, holds a doctorate in statistics and data analysis. He recently retired from the Research Division of Telcordia Technologies after previously serving at Bell Labs and Bellcore. He has extensive experience in website design and development. In addition to the…
Friday, February 3, 2012
Bob Waldrop of Oklahoma City sent a donation based on his appreciation of "The Pipes of Christmas" broadcast.
When HomeTowne Television launched its internet streaming service in early December of 2011, it had no idea how quickly viewers across the country would embrace its programs. Proof of HTTV’s newly expanded range presented itself on the last day of 2011 when the station received a donation from a viewer in Oklahoma. Bob Waldrop of Oklahoma City sent his donation electronically, using the DONATE button on the HTTV website. Along with his donation, Mr Waldrop sent this message: This is a note and a donation to say "thanks" for showing the Pipes of Christmas so that us'ns in the wilds of Oklahoma could see the glories of this program. Y'all have a happy New Year, you hear! When HomeTowne TV contacted Mr Waldrop via email and asked how he …
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
"Homecasting" is available through www.HomeTowneTV.org
The Executive Committee of HomeTowne Television has announced the introduction of an important new service. Effective December 3rd, the local media station began streaming its live television signal over the internet. According to HTTV Executive Vice President of Programming John Serruto, “Streaming represents another way in which we provide service to our viewers, in addition to traditional television broadcasts and video-on-demand over the web. We want to make it as easy and convenient as possible for viewers to watch their favorite HTTV shows.” Executive Vice President of Governance and Policy Frank Macioce explained the significance of streaming. “What this means is that no matter where in the world you are, you can watch HTTV live …
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
HomeTowne Television, Summit's Local Access Channel (Comcast TV-36 & Verizon TV-33) will host the Summit Candidates Forum for Election 2011, clarifies misconceptions.
Letter to the Editor: Dear Viewers of HomeTowne Television & Citizens of Summit: By popular demand, HomeTowne Television is pleased to announce that we will host a Summit Candidates Forum for Election 2011. Plans are in motion to assemble all the candidates for both Mayor and Council into separate sessions for our viewers and voters to compare and contrast their choices side-by-side in preparation for making their informed choices come Tuesday, November 8th, i.e. Election Day. At HomeTowne TV we are committed to providing the most up to date and comprehensive information on important local events. In the interim, unfortunately, misinformation has been injected into the local media via a public e-mail. The public deserves to know the truth…