Oshkosh community TV producer, Ed Kastern, recently produced the 18th episode of his public access show entitled Making it Happen. Ed was born with cerebral palsy, and on his show he interviews people in the community who have persevered through hardships and adversity in their lives. Making It Happen airs on Oshkosh Media’s Life TV and is posted on Ed’s YouTube page.
Oshkosh Media covers state issues and local elections
Last week Oshkosh Media produced the second episode of Oshkosh Capitol Connection, featuring Representative Gordon Hintz (D – Oshkosh) and Senator Dan Feyen (R – Fond du Lac). The show focuses on what each lawmaker is working on and how it will affect the greater Oshkosh community, while giving lawmakers a chance to inform the community about what their objectives and priorities are for the legislative session and beyond. The show airs on Oshkosh Media’s Gov TV, channel 10, and is also available on the Oshkosh Media website and Facebook page.
On the local level, the League of Women Voters of Winnebago County and Oshkosh Media co-hosted a candidates forum for the Oshkosh mayoral primary election. Incumbent Mayor Steve Cummings, incumbent Deputy Mayor Lori Palmeri and local business owner Nate Stiefvater took part in the one-hour forum, which aired live on Charter Spectrum Cable TV, the city’s website, Roku and Apple TV channels and on Oshkosh FM 101.9 radio. On March 7, Oshkosh Media and the league will be presenting a forum featuring general election candidates.