Sierra Community Access Television (SCA-TV2) invites everyone in El Dorado County to view its new, improved Internet streaming resource of its great selection of local programming. The recent image and sound quality technology improvements make it possible for everyone in the world to watch Channel 2.
People and businesses on the Western Slope of El Dorado County subscribing to Comcast Cable can view the scheduled programming on their TVs. They now can watch via real-time streaming along with those who are not on the Comcast Cable “grid” using a computer or even mobile device.
Additionally, they can catch up on shows they may have missed thanks to the archiving feature at SCA-TV2’s Justin.tv streaming service. On your computer, laptop, ipad, or tablet people simply need to log in to their browser of choice and go to http://sierratv2.blogspot.com/. The Website has already has over 21,000 page views which includes local and even international viewers.
One may enjoy great local history with programs like George McKee Remembers Placerville, Johnny Studebaker, George Peabody’s Presentation about Spanish Flat Gold Mining or tour the Gold Bug Mine. Enjoy living history at Marshall Gold Discovery State Park or American River Conservancy’s Wakamatsu Festival. Jason Bross “flies” viewers over Lake Tahoe, Hope Valley, Main Street Placerville, the Skate Park in Cameron Park and more.
Watch Rachel Lopez and Kirsten Vernon’s new “The Where and Wears’s of El Dorado County” taking you on tours of the Apple Hill to Cameron Park and even a rafting trip down the American River. Get lessons on Greek cooking watching Sue Tweeton’s Simply Delicious or Flower Arranging with the Flower Diva, Angie Zimmerman.
Catch up on what’s happening at the El Dorado Arts Council, Vision Coalition, CASA, New Morning, MORE, Sunburst Camp and see the good work being done by the Food Bank. Share in the Memorial and Veteran Day ceremonies at the El Dorado County Veteran’s Memorial. Enjoy local talent Bob Rawleigh, Milo Green and the Tepid Club of Cool and magician Leroy Goodenough.
Take hikes with Debbie Preston and her dog Toots, tour local wineries, ride the Rubicon Trail or El Dorado Western Railroad,, and even take tours of Placerville and the Mother Lode with the late Huell Howser. Check out more viewing options at the Channel 2 On Demand Page at http://sierratv2.blogspot.com/p/video-on-demand.html Remember, “It’s Your Channel 2”, television of the people and by the people of El Dorado County!
If you would like to be part of the SCATV2 team of volunteers, contact George Sabato at email@example.com 530-622-8013 or Gary Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org 530-313-8900.