Road show offers info about TV’s switch to digital

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Angie Malone, media spokesperson for the National Association of Broadcasters, answers a Clovis resident’s question Saturday outside Clovis-Carver Public Library concerning the switch to digital television, set to happen Feb. 17. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer

CCC offers digital storytelling class

CNJ staff Clovis Community College is offering a new digital storytelling class in the Spring 2009 semester, which begins Monday. Debbie Purvines, Title IV faculty development specialist, will teach the class. The class will work with digital images, text, audio narration, video and music. Purvines said the class is for people who have photos lying [...]

KENW program invites questions regarding TV switch

Freedom New Mexico KENW-TV Channel 3 will host a call-in program Monday on the topic of the switch-over from analog to digital television. From 8-9 p.m., the station will broadcast some of the calls on Channel 3. Duane Ryan, director of broadcasting for KENW, said that there is a lot of confusion about what’s going [...]

Shopping with Tonya

Looking for a way to display those holiday pictures? Digital picture frames are a great, new way to show-off your photography skills. Description: Gadget for displaying digital pictures. This is a device about the size and shape of an ordinary picture frame. It contains an LCD screen, which displays multiple photos in a slideshow format. [...]

Clovis police department goes digital

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Travis Hardin, a radio technician with Yucca Telecom works inside the trunk of a Clovis police cruiser Monday. Hardin is part of a two-man team installing new digital camera systems in 18 patrol units. (CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson) By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer Digital camera systems will soon make videotapes a thing of [...]

ENMU celebrates broadcast center

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Freedom Newspapers: Karl TerryDuane Ryan, left, director of broadcasting at KENW, and Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble with the plaque dedicating the school’s new Communication Center. By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers KENW-TV and the Department of Communicative Arts and Sciences at Eastern New Mexico University cut the ribbon on the coming digital age [...]

ENMU receives broadcast grant

CNJ Staff Eastern New Mexico University has been awarded a $629,898 grant from the USDA to bring digital broadcasting to the rural areas of eastern New Mexico, according to a press release from Sen. Pete Domenici’s office. The grant will be used to construct digital and high definition television transmitters in Artesia, Fort Sumner, Ruidoso [...]

ENMU gets $5.4 million from state

By William P. Thompson: Freedom Newspapers Gov. Bill Richardson vetoed about $1.3 million in state Legislature-approved capital outlay money for Eastern New Mexico University, but ENMU President Steven Gamble said he is happy with the $5.4 million the university will receive. “We’re fine. We’re in good shape,” Gamble said. “We understand the governor has to [...]

Other High Court rulings signal change for better

Freedom Newspapers If you, like us, are mourning the U.S. Supreme Court’s egregious eminent domain ruling that virtually gives fat-cat developers title to your home, there was some good news from the high court. One ruling allows music producers to go after the pirates who allow everyone and his brother, sister, aunt and uncle to [...]

Fundraising program designed for women

Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — Women will find plenty of activities Saturday during Women’s Day Out at the College of Business on the Eastern New Mexico University campus. There will be more than 60 seminars from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. under the categories of home garden, family, health, hobbies, beauty, exercise, personal and professional growth. [...]