Subsidy to telecast meetings will end; broadcast curriculum at school to lose $100,000




GREENFIELD — Greenfield’s community TV channel is in jeopardy, with city and school officials unsure how it’s going to be paid for in 2013.

The Greenfield City Council decided to terminate the city’s broadcasting contract with Greenfield-Central schools. The contract, which sent more than $100,000 every year to the school, puts funding and programming in a state of limbo.

While city officials hope something can be worked out to continue programming, school administrators wonder how the G-CHS broadcasting program can survive with such a drastic funding cut.

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