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					         FCTV Channel 198 Programming Schedule
                 (For those of you with digital televisions dial 99-1 or simply dial
198. If you have an older television you will need a digital box from Bright House
to receive FCTV. There is a fee of $1 per month for the box. Contact Bright House
at 386-445-5464 The station change was imposed upon the county by Bright
House. )

      Scheduling for the week of March 8 through March 14, 2010

Monday March 8

•       6 a.m. Florida Face to Face
•       6:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•       7 a.m. Florida Crossroads
•       7:30 a.m. Capitol Update.
•       8 a.m. In The News: An interview with Licensing Manager Romona
         Zavacky on the County’s Contractor Licensing Program
•       8:30 a.m Flagler Notebook: An interview with Dr. Ben La Brot and his
         plans to take a Palm Coast sailboat to Haiti and South America and
         dispense medicine and health care along the way.
•       9 a.m. An interview with County Commissioner Milissa Holland on the
         Census
•       Noon Program Schedule and Community Bulletin Board
•       4 p.m. An interview with County Commissioner Milissa Holland on the
         Census followed by Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation
         by the University of Florida
•       5 p.m. In the News: An interview with Dr.Maia Mcguire with the Flagler
            County Agricultural Extension Service on Climate Change


Tuesday March 9
•           6 a.m. Florida Face to Face
•           6:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•           7 a.m. Florida Crossroads
•           7:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•           8:30 a.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
            University of Florida
•           9 a.m. In The News: An interview with Troy Harper emergency
            services chief on hurricane preparedness and individuals who need
            medical assistance during a hurricane.
•           3:30 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
            University of Florida
•          4 p.m. Health Matters special FCTV/Florida Hospital program on
           Autism
    •      4:40 p.m. In The News: an interview with Suzanne Johnston on the
           changes in the State Drivers License requirements
    •      5 p.m. In The News: interview with Commissioner Milissa Holland on
         the census Followed by Living Green: A program on Energy
         Conservation by the University of Florida
    •      5:30 p.m. Project Update: Legacy Program a cooperative mentoring
         and alternative school program with the County, School Board and
         Rotary all working together
    •       6 p.m. (live) Flagler County Planning and Development Board regular
         meeting


    Wednesday March 10

    •      6 a.m. Capitol Update
    •      6:30 a.m. Florida Crossroads
    •      7:30 a.m. Capitol Update
    •      8 a.m. Flagler County Community Bulletin Board followed by Flagler
           Notebook: An interview with Dr. Ben La Brot and his plans to take a
           Palm Coast sailboat to South America and dispense medicine and
           health care along the way.
    •      9 a.m. In The News: An interview with Dr.Maia Mcguire with the Flagler
         County Agricultural Extension Service on Climate Change
    •      4 p.m. In The News: In The News: An interview with County
         Commissioner Milissa Holland on the Census
    •      4:30 p.m. Flagler Notebook: An interview with George Dibbs WWII
         photographer for General Douglas MacArther
    •      5:10 p.m. Heritage Crossroads ribbon cutting cermony
    •      5:30p.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to the
         scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives
    •      6 p.m. A program on Emergency Management and WNZF broadcasting
         from the Emergency Operations Center. Troy Harper and Bob Pickering
         discussing how the system works in an emergency
    •      6:30 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
         University of Florida


    Thursday March 11

    •     6 a.m. Capitol Update
    •     6:30 a.m. Florida Face to Face
    •     7 a.m. Florida Crossroads
•      7:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•      8 a.m. Health Matters a special FCTV/Florida Hospital program
•      8:15 a.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to
     the scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives
•      8:30 a.m. Flagler Notebook: The history of trains in Flagler County; an
     interview with train buff Bob Pickering
•      5 p.m. Flagler Notebook an interview with George Hanzel on his
     experiences as a submariner in WW II.
•      6 p.m. Flagler Notebook an interview with Sisco Deen on the Flagler
     County Historical Society’s museum at the Holden House
•      6:30 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
     University of Florida
•      7 p.m. (rebroadcast) Flagler County Planning and Development
     Board’s March 9 regular meeting


Friday March 12

•      6 a.m. Capitol Update
•     6:30 a.m. Florida Face to Face
•     7 a.m. Florida Crossroads
•     7:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•     8 a.m. In The News: An Interview on the permit process with Flagler
     County Building Official Gary Hiatt
•     8:30 a.m. Flagler County Notebook: Interview with Charles Klang and
       his experience in WWII.
•     9 a.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to the
     scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives
•     Noon Program Schedule and Community Bulletin Board
•     5 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
     University of Florida
•     5:30 p.m. Health Matters a special FCTV/Florida Hospital program on
       Acid Reflux
•     6 p.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to the
       scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives
•     6:15 Flagler Notebook: An interview with Dr. Ben La Brot and his
     plans to take a Palm Coast sailboat to South America and dispense
     medicine and health care along the way.
•     6:30 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
     University of Florida
•     7 p.m. In The News: An interview with Dr.Maia Mcguire with the Flagler
     County Agricultural Extension Service on Climate Change
Saturday March 13

•      6 a.m. Capitol Update
•      6:30 a.m. Florida Face to Face
•      7 a.m. Florida Crossroads
•      7:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•      8 a.m. In The News: interview with Commissioner Milissa Holland on
     the census
•      9 a.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to the
       scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives
•       9:30 a.m. Living Green A program on Energy Conservation by the
       University of Florida
•       10 a.m. (rebroadcast) Flagler County Planning and Development
       Board’s March 9 regular meeting.
•      Noon FCTV Program Schedule and Community Bulletin Board
•       3 p.m. In The News: An Interview on the permit process with Flagler
       County Building Official Gary Hiatt
•      3:30 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
       University of Florida
•       4:30 p.m. Flagler Notebook: An interview with Dr. Ben La Brot and his
     plans to take a Palm Coast sailboat to South America and dispense
     medicine and health care along the way
•       5 p.m. Health Matters a special FCTV/Florida Hospital program on
       autism
•      5:30 p.m. In The News: An interview with Flagler County’s Chief Fire
     Inspector Robert Growick followed by Health Matters an interview with
     Dr. Wallace Combs on Colon Cancer
•      5:45 p.m. In The News: An interview with Commissioner Milissa
     Holland on the U.S. Census
•      6: p.m. Flagler Notebook an interview with Sisco Deen on the Flagler
     County Historical Society’s museum at the Holden House
•     7 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
     University of Florida


Sunday March 14

•       6 a.m. Capitol Update
•    6:30 a.m. Florida Face to Face
•    7 a.m. Florida Crossroads
•    7:30 a.m. Capitol Update
•   8 a.m. In the News: an interview with Michael Geenier on the success
       of Flagler County’s Drug Court
•   8:30 a.m. Health Matters a special FCTV/Florida Hospital program on
       autism
•   9 a.m. In The News: An interview on air at WNZF with Peggy Heiser
       with the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce on tourism in Flagler
       County
•   9:30 a.m. In The News: An interview with Dr.Maia Mcguire with the Flagler
     County Agricultural Extension Service on Climate Change
•   10 a.m. (rebroadcast) Flagler County School Board’s March 2 regular
     meeting
•   1 p.m. Flagler Notebook: an interview with Sisco Deen on the Flagler
     County Historical Society’ museum at the Holden House
•   2 p.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to the
     scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives
•   2:30 p.m. In The News: An interview with Dr.Maia Mcguire with the
     Flagler County Agricultural Extension Service on Climate Change
•   3 p.m. Flagler County Notebook: Interview with Charles Klang and his
       experience in WWII.
•   3:30 p.m. In The News: An interview with Tax Collector Suzanne
       Johnston on the changes in the State Drivers License requirements
•   4 p.m. Living Green: A program on Energy Conservation by the
     University of Florida
•   4:30 p.m. Spotlight on Education: the use of biofuels on Flagler
       County School Buses
•   5 p.m. Spotlight on Education: Regional Science Fair
•   5:30 p.m. Emergency Management and WNZF broadcasting from the
        Emergency Operations Center. Troy Harper and Bob Pickering
        discussing how the system works in an emergency
•   6 p.m. Project Update: New electronic gear brings the hospital to the
        scene when the Flagler County ambulance arrives

				
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