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iBerkshiresTV: Talking COVID-19 With Cheshire Officials

By Jeff SnoonianiBerkshires Correspondent
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iBerkshiresTV host Jeff Snoonian speaks with Cheshire Town Administrator Edmund St. John IV and Health Inspector Christopher "CJ" Garner about how the town is coping with novel coronavirus pandemic.

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PCTV and WTBR Programs Win National Awards

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield Community Radio, 89.7 WTBR-FM, won Hometown Media Awards in a national contest conducted by the Alliance for Community Media.
"Christmastime in the City," produced by the Town Players of Pittsfield, and "Nothing But Old 45's," produced by Larry Kratka, were chosen out of nearly one thousand submissions as best in their categories.
The Hometown Media Awards is the Foundation of the ACM's yearly awards program. It is established to honor and promote community media, community radio, and local cable programs that are distributed on Public, Educational, and Governmental (PEG) access cable television channels.  Proceeds go to the ACM Foundation which is exclusively used for facilitating, preserving, and promoting education in community media.
"Christmastime in the City" won in the category of "Local Performances - Independent Producer."  The program is typically a live stage performance.  Because of COVID-19, the Town Players of Pittsfield moved the annual event to a community television production which aired several times during the holiday season on PCTV. 
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