Skip to comments.Coverage of Bishops' Meeting Available Via Satellite, Internet (but not EWTN)
Posted on 11/13/2009 7:14:22 PM PST by markomalley
Broadcast by Telecare TV in Conjunction with USCCB
Will Air Public Portions of Meeting November 16-18
USCCB Will Post Updates on Blog, Twitter, Facebook
Coverage of Bishops' Meeting Available Via Satellite, Internet
WASHINGTONThe United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will work in conjunction with Telecare, the television station of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, NY, to provide live coverage of the U.S. Bishops Fall General Assembly, November 16-19, in Baltimore. This coverage will be free to air via satellite.
Telecare will cover the public sessions of the U.S. Bishops meeting, airing coverage Monday, November 16, from 1-6 p.m., Tuesday, November 17, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Wednesday, November 18, 9-11 a.m.
The hosts of the event will be Msgr. Jim Vlaun, CEO and President of Telecare, Sister Mary Alice Piil, C.S.J., a noted national speaker in liturgical formation and Director of Faith Formation for the Rockville Centre Diocese, and Msgr. Robert Brennan, Vicar General of the Rockville Centre Diocese.
Television stations wishing to air this telecast are asked to contact the office of Joseph Perrone, Telecare General Manager at 516 538-8704 x 145 for transmission details and satellite coordinates. All requests must be submitted by Thursday, November 12. Along with Telecares coverage, the USCCB Web page will post document, vote tallies and link to live streaming at http://www.usccb.org/meetings/2009Fall.The USCCB Office of Media Relations will provide Web coverage of the meeting via Twitter (www.twitter.com/usccbmedia) on Facebook (www.facebook.com/usccb) and on the USCCB Media Blog (http://usccbmedia.blogspot.com). The Twitter handle will provide updates of the meetings proceedings in real time, while the blog and Facebook posts will include longer reports and photos.
Just another reason not to contribute to this "Catholic" organization or its subsidiaries.
While I agree the USCCB is useless, EWTN is covering Monday and Tuesday according to their Grid Schedule:
They are getting a refeed and won't be on site.
Problem is that getting the interviews are going to be far more difficult (if not impossible)...