Support Public Access Television
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The City of Kingston, NY receives $410,000 from the Cable franchise fees from the Cable subscribers, and doesn't direct any funds to the Public access station. Franchise fees are paid to local governments as compensation for Spectrum (or Charter) use of the public rights-of-way and easements.
Franchise agreement should include a Studio, Channel lineup, rates and a budget line for Public Access Television.
Kingston Public Access is a public, education and government access channel serving the City of Kingston, the Towns of Esopus, Hurley, Kingston, Marbletown, Rosendale and Ulster. KPA's locally produced programming is carried on Spectrum on Channel 23. currently called Esopus Community TV
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