The City of Bristol wants to hear from its residents and is asking them to complete a simple five question survey on the subject of BTN-TV watching habits. The survey may be viewed under the survey tab on the front page of the website.
“It is important for us to have feedback from our residents. It is odd, but neither Charter Communications nor Bristol Tennessee Essential Services, our service providers are able to make available to provide data for BTN-TV like most of their other channels. So in our case surveys are extremely important,” said Terrie Talbert, Director the Office of Community Relations.
The survey asks five questions pertaining to your viewing practices. A more extensive survey will be forthcoming with questions relevant to what type of programming one might like to see. “The channel is unusual in that it is not what is commonly called a “slate” channel. Slate channels typically have a power point with background music, continued Talbert. “BTN’s programming is developed internally every two weeks with a variety of topics being covered. From new services being offered in the city, to current events, latest happenings in the downtown area, to stories of Steele Creek Park or health issues the programming is unique to the area and has a relevance to most members in our community.”