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Here's an excerpt with a song, and a shout out to P2, Black 47's tour manager and Grand Rapids native.
Acoustic guitar virtuoso Monte Montgomery joined Matt Gladden in the studio on March 3rd for a preview of his concert that night at The Intersection Front Lounge. He blew us all away with his in-studio performance, and he blew away a packed house at The Intersection with the full show that night.
Catch him next time he's in town. For now, just press play below and hear his in-studio interview and performance.
GRTV may look a little different lately. A new server based playback system was installed just before the new year. All the shows you see on GRTV are playing back from a file on a computer now instead of a DVD or tape. The Tightrope SX4 has 4 terabytes of memory and is much more reliable than the previous system. Many of you remember the racks of tape decks that filled the master control room and staff cueing shows at all times of the day. Now we upload programs to the server and can do it days or weeks in advance. Another benefit...
So you want a blog. But do you really want a blog, or is what you really want a message board? This tends to be a large point of confusion for many of our members with sites created through the IT department. To help clear up the confusion I wanted to pass along a link to the CommonCraft blog where the author does an excellent job explaining the differences between these two technologies.
Grand Rapidians will have the opportunity to become citizen reporters with a soon-to-be established network of neighborhood news bureaus in the city, thanks to a $128,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The Grand Rapids Community Foundation will use the funds to establish four neighborhood news bureaus in the city. Matching grants from the Community Foundation and other sources will round out the launch of program.