Months ago we prepared a comprehensive survey to learn what you and other community partners want to see from Access Tucson in the years to come. Of course, with the passage of time, some of the questions and their results may have lost their relevancy. But, then again, some haven't. All of the results, data and graphs are provided here (51 pages, 943 KiB) for you to make up your own mind. And thankfully, long-time member and volunteer, Richard Rohrdanz spent some time going through the results to provide you with a summary here (9 pages, 48 KiB).
Some of you may also be interested in another recent survey. The Alliance for Communications Democracy, with support from the Benton Foundation, completed an analysis of recent PEG closures (148 KiB) across the country and the primary forces driving such closures. Access Tucson was one of the respondents in regards to the challenges we currently face.
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