NOM PUBLIC HOURS ON HOLD THROUGH APRIL 6, 2020
Northampton Open Media will be putting its public hours on hold effective immediately through April 6, 2020. We reserve the right to reevaluate this date in either direction and will keep you informed as and if we do so, as we continue to assess how to best serve the community. We believe that pulling back these open hours represents the best strategy  towards supporting the most important thing – the health and well being and safety of us all.
WHAT NOW
 We will continue to cover government proceedings in the city. As long as they happen, we will provide access to them for the public in whatever shape they take.

We will be building out one of our channels as a community COVID-19 resource, with announcements and information.

We will be exploring distance learning options for the community, exploring the possibilities of helping people use the tools they already have at home to make and create.

For those people making and creating during this time, we will be providing public upload links so that your content can air on NOM and be sourced to our YouTube channel
TELL US WHAT YOU NEED FROM US
 This is a brand new time. We are keenly aware of our role in the community as a support structure for expression and storytelling and information and playfulness. If you have an idea for a project, if you have an idea for how we can help support you, or if you have any questions, send us an email and we will do our best in our response at:ideas@northamptontv.org

SUPPORT US

Want to support our work? The absolute best way you can do that is by becoming a monthly Patreon sponsor of us and our work. For as little as $2 a month you can help keep us from extinction in the times ahead. To do so visit..

www.patreon.com/northamptonopenmedia

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