Wednesday, August 15, 2018

In the News: governors race candidates; Franklin TV switches to HD

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Standing in the living room of a Wellesley home, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Gonzalez tells a small group of potential voters and donors why they should support him over his primary opponent, Bob Massie. 
“I honestly couldn’t tell you where we differ on policy. We both are offering a very ambitious, progressive agenda,” says the Needham Democrat. “The big difference I would ask you to consider is -- unlike Bob -- I have leadership experience in state government getting big things done.” 
Gonzalez, who served as secretary of administration and finance under former Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick before running a private health insurance company, is campaigning against Massie, a Somerville author and entrepreneur with a career in various fields. 
The men are vying to become the single Democratic candidate for governor, which voters will determine at the primary election scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 4. The winner will go on to face Gov. Charlie Baker or his primary challenger the Rev. Scott Lively in the general election scheduled for Nov. 6. Independents, who don’t run primary races, must file nomination papers with the state by 5 p.m. on Aug. 28."

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"The table in the main meeting room at the Municipal Building was obscured by wires and boxes on Monday while the new Franklin TV control center was given an HD upgrade.
The old gear was pulled out of the space on Friday and the replacement started on Monday. The crew has set up alternative methods for recording Tuesday’s School Committee meeting, and plan on completing the renovation by the end of the week. 
Five new cameras are being installed as well as a state-of-the-art control room, which takes up less space and allows for HD video recording, opposed to standard definition. 
Franklin TV Executive Director Peter Fasciano said the switch is the final lap of their Municipal Building update."

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Franklin TV switches to HD
Franklin TV switches to HD

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