We are experiencing intermittent internet failures at our facility that are also periodically shutting down the livestreams of our channels. We are aware of this and are working to track down and correct the issue. Outages usually last from 5-15 minutes and correct themselves. Please try refreshing your web browser.
We are still looking for one or two more camera operators for the League of Women Voters' "Candidates Night." This event provides a forum for candidates running for town-wide office positions and for ballot question discussion. "Candidates Night" will take place at the Chenery Middle School Auditorium this Thursday, March 26th at 7:30 PM. Crew call is at 7:00 PM. If interested in volunteering, please call 617-484-2443 or email email@example.com.
Curious about the history of one of Belmont's most famous institutions? The Belmont Historical Society presents McLean Hospital. A Presentation by historian Terry Alan Bragg given at the Belmont Public Library on 2/25/15.
Watch it OnDemand: http://goo.gl/j2Wvr3
CONTEMPORARY SCIENCE ISSUES AND INNOVATIONS - BMC Producer Yvonne Stapp is looking for a volunteer director for her Contemporary Science Issues and Innovations show. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to get some directing experience. A staff person will be there for training and will oversee the production. The show will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24th. Crew call will be at 12:30 p.m. If interested, please email Yvonne Stapp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Effective immediately the limited parking ban is no longer in effect. Although the roads are significantly wider due to melting, we do ask that you use care when parking to make sure there is enough room for emergency vehicles to pass.
Happy to report that Verizon followed up fairly quickly on complaints that there was interference on BMC Channel 28 video quality. Verizon technicians were at BMC this morning and repaired the problem. The signal quality on BMC Gov't/Ed. Access TV Channel 28 is back to normal.
A central part of BMC’s mission is to provide an open forum for free speech and a neutral political forum in order to educate and inform Belmont residents about candidates and issues on the ballot. BMC will be presenting the “2015 Town Election Campaign Program Block,” which will commence on March 19th and end on April 5, 2015. This programming block will consist of all content relevant to the upcoming town elections in Belmont.