“The Sunshine Law: what is it and how does it help government?”
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
On CAT TV
David Roland, director, Freedom Center of Missouri
Randy Picht, executive director, Reynolds Journalism Institute
The Sunshine Law requires meetings be open and transparent. But there are also many other aspects to the law that make for good government.
The Freedom Center of Missouri is a non-profit, non-partisan organization focusing on the protection of constitutional liberties.
The show airs live at 7:00 p.m. on February 14. The program will be available a few days later on our website or at http://www.columbiaaccess.tv
The show replays on CAT TV at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
CAT TV can be found on Mediacom 85, Charter Communications 983, and CenturyTel Prism 98.
Are Our Elections Safe?
Third Annual Holly Burgess Public Policy Forum
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Columbia Public Library Friends Room
Taylor Burks, Boone County Clerk
Glenn Nielson, Computer Programmer
and member of the Help America Vote committee
Randy Picht, Executive Director, Reynolds Journalism Institute
League of Women Voters of Columbia-Boone County (LWVCBC)
American Association of University Women-Columbia Branch (AAUW)
Columbia Public Library
Homelessness in Columbia: Programs and Policies
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
on CAT TV
Katie Burnham Wilkins, Health Care for Homeless Veterans Program Coordinator
Marcus Reynolds, Director of Turning Point
Rockie Alden, Room at the Inn Planning Committee
with Randy Picht, Executive Director, MU Reynolds Institute of Journalism – Moderator
The show airs live at 7:00 p.m. on CAT TV on January 11. The program will be available on our website a few days after the taping or at http://www.columbiaaccess.tv.
The show replays on CAT TV at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
CAT TV can be found on Mediacom Channel 85, Charter Communications 983, and CenturyTel Prism 98.
Race Matters and Community Policing
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
On CAT TV*
This program will explore Race Matters and the issue of community policing. Race Matters describes its mission as elevating the conversation around race as it relates to socioeconomic status, health, public safety, education and employment.
Nikki McGruder, Columbia representative of Diversity Awareness Partnership (DAP) based in St. Louis
Traci Wilson-Kleekamp, community activist and former Director of Diversity and Outreach for MU School of Medicine
Lynn Maloney, concerned citizen and community volunteer and local small business owner
Moderator: Randy Picht, executive director, MU Reynolds Institute of Journalism
*The program will originate on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. It will be replayed on CAT TV (Mediacom Channel 85; Charter Communications Channel 983; and CenturyTel Prism Channel 98).
Replay times on CAT TV are at 7 am on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and 7:30 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.) The program will be available on the League website (lwvcbc.org) a few days after the show or at columbiaacess.tv.