For Immediate Release | Media Contact: Collin Nash and Sid Nathan | Feb. 17, 2011
Supervisor Kaiman Urges Residents to Flip On North Hempstead TV for Local Programming
North Hempstead, NY—North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman today urged residents to turn their remote control dial to North Hempstead Television (NHTV) for all the latest local news and programming happening within the Town. With an exciting lineup of shows coming down the pipeline, residents in the Town that subscribe to Cablevision can tune to Channel 18 - or Channel 73 if residing in Great Neck - to catch up on all of the latest news and events.
“North Hempstead residents can stay up to date on all government programs and services by tuning into NHTV,” said Supervisor Kaiman. “It is critical that constituents have open access to what is happening here in the Town and are informed about the community.”
This month, North Hempstead will feature on its television station a variety of different shows that focus on government and services provided to the community, such as the recent expansion of Project Independence into the Roslyn Community.
Other featured shows include “Project Independence and You”, “All About 311”, as well as Supervisor Kaiman’s recent State of the Town address that outlined the state of Town finances, ongoing public work projects and government initiatives slated for 2011.
Completely commercial free, North Hempstead programming begins at 6:00 PM each night and runs until 2:00 AM.
For more information on North Hempstead TV and how you can access it, please call 311 or go to www.northhempstead.tv.
Public Information Officer Sidhartha Nathan (left), one of the hosts of NHTV, interviews Councilman Dwyer and Police Officer Comskey, at a recent NHTV taping.