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Laurel TV runs on citizen power
Laurel TV runs on citizen power

When Audrey Barnes left television journalism to become Laurel's director of communications earlier this year, she had one clear goal in mind: Completely revamp Laurel's public access television station. Seven months into her tenure, noticeable changes are evident. The station's studios at the Laurel Municipal Center have been renovated; a full-time media coordinator has been hired to run the day-to-day operations; and the station has been rebranded as Laurel TV. Barnes says more is on the horizon as the station is set to premiere nine new shows by the end of the year. While Barnes had the vision, she knows that it takes more than that to make it work. Because while Laurel...