by Glenn C. Koenig, webmaster at Town Wide Mall
with information contributed by John Ogden, Maynard High School
The other is The Maynard Legacy, Season 2 Finale, a compendium of recently produced student news and feature segments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGEuP35vFhE
The station also provides programming on local cable TV channels (Ch. 28 on Verizon FiOS; Ch. 8 on Comcast Xfinity), as well as radio programming on 91.7 FM or streaming on their web site: https://wavm.org/radio-91-7fm/
Programming is produced and broadcast under the supervision & with the instruction of Maynard High School faculty.
Note: My thanks go to John Ogden, Maynard High School Faculty for television and radio broadcast, for providing information on the stories above. For general information on school department activities, events, and news in general, you can access the school department's main web site directly: https://www.maynard.k12.ma.us
One of the regular features of the local newspaper in Maynard was stories on student athletics and their team's activities. Now that publication has ceased, a number of people have told me how much they have missed it. Some local newspapers also carry a schedule of local access television programs, but without a newspaper, that's now gone as well.
To be honest, athletics is not at the top of my list of interests. Radio and Video production are more my style, as part of my general focus on communication media. In either case, if I tried to cover the numerous stories in these areas, I'd be spreading myself way too thin. Instead, my goal is to provide links to stories, programs, or videos published by others. This story is one example.
I can't afford to fill my news feed with everything that comes in across my desk, of course. But over time, I hope to do some justice to providing a connection to other sources of news here in Maynard.
One advantage I have here, when compared to a traditional newspaper, is that I can provide links to audio or video that can be accessed directly without the need to hand enter a complex URL with a string of nonsense characters. I give the links themselves in each story, in case I or others print it out on paper to hand out to others.