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CTV Continues Monthly Local Tech Segment

By Keith Gudger
Board Chair, Community Television of Santa Cruz County
Special to Santa Cruz Tech Beat

November 19, 2015 — Santa Cruz, CA

This month’s CTV segment includes news about OpenCounter, SnapPost, Hearth, CSUMB and the Monterey Bay Internship Portal.

A new episode in the monthly CTV “Santa Cruz Currents,” news program starts airing this week on CTV. Santa Cruz Tech Beat contributes each month to the “Science and Technology” segment with related news from the local tech community.

Other parts of the “Currents” program include in depth interviews, segments filmed in the field, a local video roundup and a Santa Cruz County community calendar.

CTV has just completed filming this month’s tech segment. Sara Isenberg, Founder and Publisher of Santa Cruz Tech Beat, was on hand to tell us of recent news from the local tech scene, including news from OpenCounter, SnapPost, Hearth, CSUMB and the Monterey Bay Internship Portal.

Santa Cruz Currents airs on CTV channels 27 and 73 on Mondays at 6:00 PM and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM.

Santa Cruz Currents airs on Mondays at 6:00 PM and Wednesdays at 10:00 AM on CTV channels 27 and 73, and streaming on CTV’s website. You can view the recent “Science and Technology” segment, just above.

More about CTV

For more information about the professional services CTV offers, call 831-425-8848 ext. 21 or go to communitytv.org. If you’re interested in CTV’s public access, visit sccurrents.org to sign up for an orientation or call 831-425-8848 ext. 33.

See you on TV!

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