Skip E. Lowe

Host, 'Skip E. Lowe Looks at Hollywood'

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Host of public-access talk show Skip E. Lowe Looks At Hollywood, he has hosted a cable access show for 30 years

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Public access channels on Cable TV provide access to city council meetings and other official events, and to anyone else who can figure out how to produce a program.  They were a quid…

Can Public Access Television Survive the Telecom Revolution?

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