March 20, 2013

General Assembly On Demand

Patrick Laverty

I try to be an equal-opportunity curmudgeon, but when the General Assembly does some good, it's only fair to point that out as well. Referred by a tip from Ian Donnis' twitter feed I found out that Capitol TV is now available online, both streaming and archived video on demand.

This is great for someone like me who doesn't have anything more than an antenna hooked up to my tv. I can't stand all the expensive packages that Cox requires. Thus with no cable tv, there's no Capitol TV for me. Until now.

That's the good news. I guess the bad news is even more people now have access to the events and shenanigans going on up there on Smith Hill. Even better is to watch on the night the budget is brought to the floor and those final waning days and ridiculously early mornings. I'll be enjoying those from my couch, with popcorn, sans cable tv.

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Patrick thank you for posting this, I emailed the link to other former Rhode Island residents and Snow Birds who are in Arizona (its 83 degrees right now)

It is sad that my former neighbor Nick Gorham is no longer a Rep. He was definitely the star of the show on channel 15)

vote Nick Gorham in 2014

Posted by: Sammy in Arizona at March 20, 2013 4:35 PM
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