Name the New Public Access Media

Carnegie Library Building (photo by Macie May/ Longmont Observer)

As many of you may have heard, the Longmont City Council and the City of Longmont awarded the Longmont Observer the contract for the Public Access Media, formally known as Longmont Cable Trust.

One of the first steps we are taking to build a community-focused public access media makerspace is to give it a name. However, we want you, the residents of Longmont, to help us.

In the form below are several suggested names. These names have come primarily from Longmont Observer volunteers and a few residents. There is a place in the form for you to make your own suggestion.

The Longmont Observer is focused on choosing a name that will represent this new vision in a way that fits with the Longmont Way, so we reserve the right to have the final say on the name. Your participation in this survey will guide us.

To help you out, here is our vision:

We envision a place where every resident of Longmont has the opportunity to learn, explore, create, and produce media of all types. A place that remembers the media of the past and merges it with the media of the future. A place that utilizes the resources entrusted to the Longmont Observer through the Public Access Media to publish and promote community created media to all of Longmont.

Thank you for helping us create your Public Access Media.

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