Community Channel (http://www.communitychannel.org) broadcasts across the UK on digital cable (NTL and Telewest) and digital terrestrial television (Freeview), and also both the UK and Republic of Ireland on digital satellite television (Sky).
It is a not-for-profit, free to air channel owned by the Media Trust (http://www.mediatrust.org), a registered charity, its remit is to give a voice to community groups, charities of all sizes and not-for-profit organisations. It does this using news, current affairs, documentaries and lifestyle programming.
The channel is the official broadcast partner for Year of the Volunteer 2005 and aims to actively encourage volunteering across the UK throughout the year.
Channel 31 is one of the few free-to-air community TV stations currently operating.
This would spell the end of the community project initiated in the mid-'80s, which was committed to creating an independent media organisation with a decentralised administrative structure, and which was committed to television which is accessible, local and grassroots.
Channel 31 is calling on all supporters, viewers and believers in community media to pledge their support.
A homeowner and officials of this wealthy island community are locked in a turf war -- an artificial turf war.
When Laura Beck and Greg Pitts realized their marriage was falling apart, one thing was clear: They would work together to maintain a loving, supportive environment for their young son, Ethan.
In June 2002, the couple had moved from Austin, Texas, to EcoVillage at Ithaca, an "intentional community" in central New York where environmentally friendly neighbors share space, meals, chores and generally look out for each other.
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