Metro Action Launches First Agency Talk Show, MAC TV
Show features Agency and their Partnerships focused on the Elimination of Poverty in Nashville
Contact: Lisa McCrady, Public Information Officer
(615) 862-8860, ext 70144
Cell (615) 566-4710
Nashville, TN— The Metropolitan Action Commission and Metro Nashville Network (MNN) Television has partnered
to launch the agency’s first season of MAC TV.
MAC TV is a television
talk show that features the work the agency does as well as work done by their
partners to eliminate poverty in Nashville and Davidson County. The first
show began airing on Metro Government’s cable access channel in late March. The shows are also accessible via the city’s
YouTube Channel under the Metro Action Playlist and on the agency’s webpage.
The first season,
hosted by the agency’s Executive Director, Dr. Cynthia Croom, has an informal
talk show format and is designed to allow viewers to understand the various
programs of the agency as well as the partnerships within the city that helps
them eliminate the barriers of poverty for low income families.
MAC TV is the first
talk show formatted project that Metro Nashville Network has produced. MNN provides video for local Comcast TV
Channel 3 which is available to Comcast customers and airs 24 hours each day, 7
days each week. MNN staff provides recordings of live meetings, Public
Service Announcements, and recorded Metro meetings and events.
“MNN is an
incredible partner of our agency as well as the rest of Metro Government. Having access to this level of service is one
of many assets of city government,” said Lisa McCrady, Public Information
Officer and MAC TV Managing Director.
Each new show airs on Mondays at 8pm (central) and replays
on Fridays at 8pm on Comcast Channel 3. To view online, visit the agency’s website at mac.nashville.gov or the
MetroGovNashville YouTube Channel.
Recording for season
two is scheduled to begin by mid-April.