We could really use public access TV now


March 27, 2020

The Cloquet-based Community Access Television channel, CAT7, has taken some big hits in recent months. Its broadcast services were off the air for most of 2019 before being restored late in the year. And now, the station has “gone dark” once more.

This comes at a time when our community needs every public resource available to provide critical local information about the current COVID-19 pandemic. If it is to become a real asset to our community in crisis, CAT7 must get back on the air. Now.

If CAT7 goes back on the air, how will that help us?

We only need to look to nearby Duluth PACT-...

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