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Over the last 5 years of providing TV service to our customers, we have continually looked for ways to make Mulberry TV unique. Sometimes things have worked out well, sometimes not so well. We have certainly learned a lot over this time. However, one of the most enjoyable things we are doing is our local channel, Mulberry TV channel 15.
Our company is built upon customer service and the thinking of bringing big city choices with that small town service. From our television launch in 2006, Mulberry TV wanted to broadcast local content of our community. This was an area we thought we could do something different and something beneficial for the Mulberry TV viewing audience. In the beginning, we were able to get a camera that shot across the intersection in Mulberry. This camera is still in operation today. Gradually, we began receiving content and then produced content of local events, especially at our local high schools.
Now fast forward a little bit. The Mulberry TV viewers began to pick up on the channel and began to ask us to broadcast certain things or gave us a pat on the back because they were able to see their kids or grandkids or even themselves from years gone by. Mulberry Channel 15 was picking up some steam. We started to think a little bigger.
In 2010-11, we began a few shows like The Songbook, Home Grown Biker, and the McCutcheon Sports Stampede, and we have also built upon our own Gopher Sports Chat. The show moved to the Mulberry Pizza King for production and involved a great deal of athletes, coaches, and the local community. This year alone we have covered most home games of CP Football, Volleyball, Boys and Girls Basketball, the CP Revue, and also McCutcheon Boys and Girls Basketball, Frankfort Community Library, and another locally produced show called Community Profile where we highlight a business or individual in the Mulberry area.
Recently at the 2011 Mulberry Festival, we did our very first live broadcast. We were able to cover the Pizza Eating Contest and Parkswing during their performance as well as having the camera broadcasting a wide shot of the crowd during Saturday.
It has been an interesting journey so far and there is so much we would like to do. We appreciate all the support you the community have been giving us. As we like to say, you never know where you might find us filming or what we will broadcast next. Our company has been transitioning from just a phone company into a telecommunications company, and also, we have been growing along the way. We do appreciate your business and hope that Mulberry TV Channel 15 will continue to bring you what you want to see from our community and so much more!