Volunteers for Public Access Channel -- Baldwinsville (PAC-B TV) have been busy lately moving equipment from the station's former home at the Baldwinsville Public Library to the new home at 8 Mechanic St. in the village.
Their work didn't stop with the move -- they have also set up the various computers, programs and DVD and tape decks in order to run the station. While they are still working out some kinks in the overall system, the station began airing live from the new location on Thursday June 11.
PAC-B TV (Channel 98), a volunteer-run organization, airs various programs ranging from government meetings and history talks to school sports and community events. The station is always looking for videographers to record community events (cameras are available for loan), video submissions from the community and video editors.
The PAC-B Board is also looking for volunteers to help with various projects around the house including painters (for the exterior) and other construction. For more information about the station, visit pacbtv.org. To inquire about volunteering, call the house at 638-2768.
(From left) Bob Stockdale, Joe Loffredo and Bob Edgett were at the house last Thursday (June 18) troubleshooting and coordinating the following week's schedule.