Hometown TV is just one of the many Access Sacramento services. Cameraman Danny Mendonsa at Skips Stairway to Stardom Rock Concert last summer.

Hometown TV is just one of the many Access Sacramento services. Cameraman Danny Mendonsa at Skips Stairway to Stardom Rock Concert last summer.

Here’s your chance to tell Access Sacramento exactly what you think.

You’re invited to Access Sacramento on Friday, Feb. 21 from 5:30-8:00 p.m. to tell  exactly how non-profit Access Sacramento can make your life better. The community gathering is called: Focus ’14-’15.

“Making a Difference… One Voice at a Time” is our mission to help residents of Sacramento County be heard on cable television, radio and the Internet.  Are we doing a good job for you?  Could we do something better?

The public, our members, and those connected with Access Sacramento in any way are invited to stop by Feb. 21 at 5:30 p.m. for a meet and greet social with snacks in the Coloma Community Center Auditorium at 4623 T Street, Sacramento.

From 6-8 p.m. those attending will have an opportunity to provide structured feedback while visiting Access Sacramento’s TV Studio, Digital Media Lab, and other offices where you can meet the staff and board of directors.

Each space will have collectable raffle tickets, for a grand prize gift drawing at 7:45 p.m. back in the auditorium. Some feedback topics might include:

Training Classes.

Equipment Check-out.

Studio and TV Truck Use.

Digital Media Lab Software.

Program Submission in the Cloud.

Tri-Caster Green Studios in the Community.

Neighborhood News Bureau Youth Journalism Training.

Sacramento Has Talent Audition & Show.

Place Called Sacramento Film Festival.

Low-Power FM radio station launch.

Hometown TV & Game of the Week.

Newsletters & Website Outreach.

Staff & Board Accessibility.

Everything Else.

 

We want to hear what you have to say, so we can Focus ’14-’15 in the best way to meet your needs.

Mark your calendar and join us Feb. 21 at 5:30 p.m.  Feedback, Food, Fun, Prizes.