Broadcast Views

Lyman, Dale
May 2006
Fire Chief;May2006, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p82
Trade Publication
The article discusses the fire departments' use of local government-access television channel, a low-cost delivery method for public education. The first step to creating television program is to find out if a channel exists in the local system. The next step in creating a program is finding television production equipment. Bringing other public safety organizations into the partnership will provide even more benefits to fire departments. A length under 30 minutes is recommended to hold people's interest.


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