For Missoula Civic Television Advisory Commission
Be a part of keeping local government accessible to the community! Mayor John Engen is seeking an applicant for a volunteer to serve on the Missoula Civic Television Advisory Commission (MCTAC). Qualifications include being a city resident.
MCTAC members play an important role in helping Missoula residents find out what is going on in local government. Each year, the city contracts with Missoula Community Access Television (MCAT) for 1,400 hours of civic programming, from city council meetings to feature programs on city projects and programs, broadcast on Spectrum cable channel 189 and 190. MCTAC advises and guides MCAT staff on civic programming. Joel Baird, general manager at MCAT encourages citizens to apply, saying, "There are over 16,000 households keyed in to civic channel 190, one of the most watched civic channels in the nation. Come join our team and help direct us to new heights!"
Commission members serve for three years and meet monthly in the Mayor's Conference Room in city hall. Applicants applying for the commission will interview with Mayor Engen.
The Mayor's office will accept applications until the vacancy is filled. Our office is located in city hall at 435 Ryman, on the 2nd floor. You may also drop by and pick up an application. If you have any questions, please contact Heidi Bakula in the Mayor's Office at 552-6001 or email@example.com.