Access Communications nominated for five Tuned-in Canada awards
Friday, May 20, 2016
The Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (CCSA) shortlisted Access Communications in five categories for this year’s Tuned-in Canada awards.
“Access is connecting people across Saskatchewan every day with dynamic local programming on Access7,” says Jim Deane, CEO, Access Communications Co-operative.
Hundreds of volunteers across the province donate their time to Access7 community channels – bring you 2,000 hours of first-run, local TV programming each year. It truly is a labour of love and Access is honoured to be able to provide a place for communities to connect.
The shortlisted nomination categories are:
• Best Public Service/Community Building Efforts
• Best Local Programming: News
• Best Local Programming: Sports
• Best Local Programming: Entertainment
• Best On-camera Personality
Access will compete against other shortlisted nominees in each of these categories during the public voting phase.
Canadians can vote at tunedincanada.com/vote from May 24th until July 17th.
The CCSA is an advocacy and buying group operated by members for members, connecting independent cable operators and their subscribers with cost-effective programming and equipment – while ensuring their messages reach regulators and government.
Access Communications is a 100% Saskatchewan-owned not-for-profit co-operative that is committed to providing exceptional communications and entertainment services, Access is dedicated to the communities it lives in, reinvesting 100% of its earnings into the 230 communities it serves.
For more information contact:
Marketing Co-ordinator, Communications
Access Communications Co-operative