Ruli Pennington - executive producer at CLGdotTV. Writes Night in the City an occasional and occasionally scurrilous blog for Information Daily. Passionate about better public services, devolution, malt whisky & women's football.@UnruliP
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On 17th March CLGdotTV the local government channel was two months old. We are now broadcasting two live, scheduled, weekly programmes and five regular on-demand programmes.
Working Lunch Nos 1-7 available on-demand here
Working Lunch No8 - how co-operatives are driving local economic development & helping build a digitally skilled workforce in communities from Islington & Preston to Gaza City Available on-demand here and now
Working Lunch No9: Mark Thompson of Methods Group on the Better Public Services: A Manifesto. Juliet Whitworth (LGA), Ingrid Koehler (LGIU) all talking about open data, transparency, local government elections digital democracy and trying to answer the question Can we deliver the digital dream? Available on-demand here and now
No Working Lunch on Tuesday 3rd April, much of our audience will be on holiday.
Send you question or comment before or during the broadcast by following us on Twitter @CLGdotTV and direct messaging your question
Got an idea for a programme contact Joe Tibbetts email@example.com
Share your movies - CLGdotTV make and broadcast programmes about, for and by those interested in local public service. If you are a public sector organisation or a third sector otganisation delivering local public services and you have a video that you have made and you would like to share it with a wider audience please email us.
CLGdotTV is not only a webTV Channel but also a wonderful communications channel for anyone wishing to get clear, informative messages to a public sector audience. Unlike traditional communication channels CLGdotTV programmes are quick, flexible, responsive, live and on-demand, free to view, interactive, entertaining, instructive, light of touch and can fit the audiences timetable whatever that timetable may be. Public sector audiences have neither the time nor the money to be traipsing around the country going to events nor do they have much enthusiasm for taking part in events that require them to give up their details.......