Town board v. village board TV

Making the ultimate sacrifice in order to get a ready comparison between recent public access broadcasts, I tuned in the New Paltz town board meeting last night. While the town board has what might be described as a “content problem,” its live broadcasts are technically adequate, with reasonably good picture and sound. The sound is roughly 50% better than the sound from the last two broadcasts of the village board meetings, i.e., you can hear what they’re saying.

Of course no amount of sound quality can correct for the funeral-like mood that engulfs the town board — they have passed through stoicism to death’s dream kingdom, that group has — but their “signal,” such as it is, is coming across loud and clear.

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