Last month’s NKAPC newsletter reported that the LINK-GIS partnership and the Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky had completed a 20-minute informational video on the partnership and its accomplishments. It has been broadcast numerous times since then on Insight cable channel 15 in Kenton County.
In addition to that ongoing broadcast, the video will soon join the rotation for broadcast in Campbell County on Insight cable channels 16 and 20. Campbell County residents should check their channel listings for actual times of broadcast.
“The video has been received well in Kenton County,” said Trisha Brush, GISP, NKAPC’s deputy director for GIS administration. “It’s very informative and when people see it, they’ll be surprised at all the uses that GIS has and how agencies use GIS on a daily basis.”
LINK-GIS is a multi-jurisdictional geographic information system partnership funded by Campbell and Kenton County Fiscal Courts, the Campbell and Kenton County PVAs, Northern Kentucky Water District, SD1, and NKAPC.