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Access Humboldt offers community media resources during emergency

Access Humboldt offers community media resources during emergency

Access Humboldt provides local public health information and more Community media provide resources for response and recovery Access Humboldt offers local agencies, organizations and individuals free airtime for cable TV, radio and online audiences. Here’s how to tune in:  https://www.accesshumboldt.net/watch – and KZZH 96.7 FM is also streaming: https://kzzh.accesshumboldt.net Community Media Archive hosts the complete

Rumors fly about McKinley payoff to postcard star; plaque’s back is back

David Dennison Mad River Union ARCATA, APRIL 1 – Voted off his granite island by the City Council, anti-Confederacy war hero and genocidal maniac William McKinley is now having his stolid bronze flanks stressed by sensational scandal. The grimacing effigy was spotted in a local tavern, exchanging heated words with a woman from out of town.

Letter: Hey, Sinclair, we’ll be watching closely

(The following is an open letter to Sinclair Broadcast Group, its board members, shareholders and decision makers. – Ed) We the people of Humboldt County, on the Redwood Coast of California, would like to welcome you to our community. With your recent acquisition of four local television channels, you are now a major part of

UPDATED: Un-aired City Council meeting available on Access Humboldt

Mad River Union ARCATA – If you’re wondering why last night’s Arcata City Council meeting didn’t stream online, or why you can’t watch the archived video today, you aren’t alone.  The city hasn’t made any announcement about the non-broadcast, or provided any explanation on its website for the failure to post the meeting online today. According to city Information

Humboldt to get new radio station

Access Humboldt EUREKA – With support from Common Frequency, based in Davis, Access Humboldt won a construction permit from the Federal Communications Commission to build a new low power non-commercial FM radio station serving Eureka/Arcata and surrounding areas – the call sign was approved this week. KZZH 96.7FM will be a non-commercial, community based station

Forum Probes ‘Future State of Local News’

Local news gatherers joined media specialists in a televised forum last week and discussed the mechanics and challenges of information sharing. Part of Access Humboldt’s Sunshine Week programming, the March 13 Future State of Local News forum focused on issues related to freedom of information. Allie Hostler, the editor of the Two Rivers Tribune, had