For three years the Triumph school had been operating out of various spaces at the YMCA in Kingston. The move to the Media Center will now allow Master Batista to have his own 1000SF Karate studio in Seven21's underground, and incorporate many media and technology initiatives including: webcasting of classes, distance learning with other schools, video feeds to the lounge area, televised studio events for belt advancement, and video training of form and technique. Triumph will be the only Karate school in the region to provide these advanced media services.
For more information contact Master Rodney Batista (845)978-2727 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website: www.triumphkarate.com
Each week this 30 minute talk television format will give viewers an insightful look at the important issues and information that impact this small yet growing community. Some topics to be covered include, the Kingston dog park, the mayoral race, the Kings Inn plan, obesity in Ulster County, Kingston Neighborhood Watch, the Pike plan, the local economy, and many more current topics.
Kingston NOW will be hosted by Jimmy Buff, a Kingston resident, and also program director and afternoon drive host at WDST FM. "As a Kingston resident I am personally affected by all that happens here and am committed to bringing those stories to life," said Jimmy Buff.
The show will be produced and recorded in the high-tech studios at Seven21 Media Center at 721 Broadway in Kingston, taking advantage of the new high definition camera equipment, switchers, and infrastructure that the Media Center recently built, “We are excited to be a part of this show production and to share the culture of this great little city (Kingston) with a much larger audience on RNN,” said Jeremy Ellenbogen, the show’s producer and CEO of Seven21 Media Center.