The Utilities and Related Services Committee met Tuesday evening to talk about maintaining live coverage of Tiffin City Council meetings.
The city currently pays Time Warner $300 a month, $150 per meeting, for broadcasting, Councilman Jim Roberts said.
Roberts, the committee chair, after hearing Time Warner may pull its feed in the next several months, said he is exploring alternatives.
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Radio.com's Keith Hodkinson made a proposal for airing the meetings at no cost to the city.
"They plan on sponsoring this by selling advertising," Roberts said.
The meetings would be available on demand for a month or two at www.senecacountyradio.com.
Another option is for WTTF, which currently provides the audio feed, to continue with just audio.
"I'd hate to see us get rid of the TV service, because there are more people than what you think that are out there that watch these meetings," Councilman Tyler Shuff said.
Roberts also mentioned he attempted to contact area schools and colleges to suggest an unpaid internship to students.
"We contacted Heidelberg, Tiffin University, Columbian and Calvert, but was unable to get ahold of anyone" he said.
The committee passed a motion to allow production to continue and search for funding.
Roberts thanked Time Warner for use of their equipment and airtime.