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COLUMBIA ACCESS TELEVISION IS RELOCATING
March 15, 2017, COLUMBIA, MO – Columbia Access Television, the community’s voice and the City of Columbia-funded public access television station is relocating their base of operations to 20 A&B North Second Street Columbia, MO 65203, effective April 1, 2017.
CAT’s new home remains centrally located and boasts free parking, increased access to their high-definition studio, and an improved community media center. This move will reduce costs to the organization and boost community access to the resources Columbia Access Television offers.
“The board of directors and I have been working for several months to find a new home for CAT and we discovered a great spot that will enable us to better serve our community,” Managing Director, Sean P Brown says. “Having the new community media center and studio is very exciting! The community needs a voice, now more than ever, and we believe this new location will be a huge lift in helping anyone who wants to be heard, achieve that goal.”
The move is also helping revitalize Columbia’s downtown by inspiring upgrades to the existing building, creating a beautiful and fully-wired new home for the community’s media center and HD studio. A grand opening is being planned for mid-April to allow the public to see the new facilities.
“Parking has always been an issue of convenience for our members,” says Shelly Silvey, board president. “Our new location will enable community members to pull up to within feet of the front door, to load or unload the equipment they have reserved and checked out. It’s a huge plus for the people we serve.”
Columbia Access Television is a 501c(3), non-profit community media center that provides training and resources for people with a range of interests in the electronic media arts. You can find CAT on MediaCom channel 85, CenturyLink Prism channel 98 and Charter Communications channel 983 or via live-streaming on the CAT website. CAT currently airs locally-created programming by members who volunteer their time and talent to local productions. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit columbiaaccess.tv.