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Silicon Valley Buzz Live Monday: Cyber Security

Worried about Cyber Security? Tune in to KMVT, Monday, Mar. 5 at 7 p.m.

Host Dr. Seth Shostak, senior astronomer for SETI, interviews people in the know around the Silicon Valley. Local experts and professionals discuss and debate the latest hot topics abuzz in Silicon Valley -- the innovation capital of the world!

This Monday, Mar. 5, at 7:30 p.m. Channel 15, Silicon Valley Buzz airs a new show and the topic is on Cyber Security and Cyber Wars! Guest panelist is Ali Golshan, a securities expert.

If you missed the last Silicon Valley Buzz, watch the YouTube clip included. The topic is "Getting A Startup Started Up" Can you get your great ideas turned into a company? Are entrepreneurs still flocking to Silicon Valley? What's hot today in the start-up world? Hear from Sarosh Kumana and Don Ross, two angel investment leaders from Sand Hill Angels, and economist Tom Means, economist from San Jose State University and Mountain View city councilman.

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Tj Smart March 05, 2012 at 08:36 PM
Its ironic that a show about innovation and goings on in Silicon Valley looks like it was staged and filmed in the 1970's! While the content is great, everything else about this show needs an update... from the format, to the background, to the decor.... Get some of these companies to provide the innovation needed; this raises awareness for them anyway
Claudia Cruz (Editor) March 05, 2012 at 09:21 PM
There's no question that with more money, KMVT or any other community television station, could update their sets and equipment. This raises questions about the role and function of public access television. If these companies underwrote shows, but were hands off, that's one thing. But if they give money and then wanted input, then it's now a "commercial." Public access would lose it's meaning. But yes, more excited decor could be a priority:-)
KMVT15 March 13, 2012 at 08:44 PM
Thank you Tj & Claudia for your comments. WE always love hearing feedback about the shows here at KMVT. As Claudia mentioned being a non profit run public access station, shows are produced, hosted and the crew are all volunteers. When we hear comments like these which we do often we take them to heart and we too wish they had a newer fresher look. With that comes a more financial investment through props, equipment and technology. We are currently in the middle of our Go Digital! Campaign to upgrade our studio equipment. We are always open to businesses underwriting a show to assist in creating a more apealing look. I encourage you and any others who would be interested to get involved directly with KMVT be it through volunteering your time, making a donation or even assisting in building sets. Again, we can use it all! Again, thank you for continuing to watch and support our efforts here at KMVT. www.kmvt15.org

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