The Decline of Cable TV and What it Means for Public Access

Tonight, when you go home and, instead of turning on your TV, you sit down to your computer to watch Henri the Cat with Ennui, Tuberville the Series, Overtime with Bill Maher, Big Bang Bloopers season 4, the AIM video stream – or whatever it is you watch on YouTube, Vimeo, Hulu, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, or your favorite website – you’ll be joining the tens of millions of Americans who are precipitating a media sea change the likes of which we haven’t seen since the invention of television.

Featured Program: The Nations Capital Sports Show

The original television programming produced through Arlington Independent Media covers a variety of genres and content.  From studio-based talk shows to field reporting, AIM programs cover local news, community events, the arts and so much more.  Each month we will highlight one AIM program as the "Featured Program of the Month."  This month, we present The Nations Capital Sports Show.

A Local Look at the Presidential Inauguration

Being located in Arlington, right across the river from our nation's capital, has its pros and cons. Pros include: proximity to world-renowned museums, access to experts in public policy and spectacular views of the monuments from our backyard. Of course with these pros come the cons: waiting in traffic for an official motorcade to pass or the frustrating search for affordable housing.

A Note from Board President

As President of the Board of Directors, I welcome this new opportunity to inform the AIM membership of recent developments and the even greater opportunity for you to react to these changes and offer your opinions on what is happening.