Beaufort County NOW, Published by Symbiotic Networks, Initiates a New Program for Your Consideration | Beaufort County Now | This will be a collaborative effort from the BCN team, both technical and creative, and the public at large.

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Beaufort County NOW just filmed a first episode of a new series of programs that will be broadcast from our leading edge platform, but give us a few days to edit the product, and we hope that you will appreciate the additional, possibly provocative information.

    This will be a collaborative effort from the BCN team, both technical and creative, and the public at large. The show, at least for the time being, will be referred to as What Happened ... NOW. The title came to me late last night, the night before our first session, with the criteria of not being pretentious met, and not having my name in the title since I may not always be the host also met.

It also did not hurt that I sometimes think of the Late Fred Willard, which well exhibits my frivolous mind at work, stupidly and hilariously saying "What happened?" He is a funny guy, always will be: Below.

    All frivolity aside and there is nothing frivolous about this gentleman, The Beaufort County commissioner big daddy of them all - Hood Richardson - will be my first honored guest, and he will not disappoint. In this inaugural edition of What Happened ... NOW, he is on point, on message, and clearly knows his topic - governing as if one has good sense.

    Wait for it ... we shall be finished soon with this new presentation of information that will have its fair share of programming bugs to correct, but we shall endeavor, as always, to correct them, and then exceed all expectations. The show will touch on all issues, all subjects, and shall offer straight talk that should inform and enlighten.

    If the eastern North Carolina region is home to you or your business, and what we are doing piques your interest to gain greater exposure for your own special message, please contact us here: . I cannot guarantee that our show would be a good fit for your message; however, if there is a strong possibility that it could be, it would be worth your while to make that effort to present to the public.

    In the meantime, we shall create more content that is informative and hopefully, in some small way, entertaining as well.

    It has been our short history at BCN, about 3.4 years back, when we reached out in video, we were quite successful in that task of reaching over a hundred thousand folks for just a wee handful of editions, but, alas, we stopped because of time constraints. Now, with so much on the line in our Republic, with so much to profess, and so much to make understood, we are reaching out again, but with better equipment, greater production knowledge, and a fine will to succeed in this re-invented process.

    I am well satisfied, even at this onset, that we will succeed.
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My apologies to the many Beaufort County patrons who have had a lessened amount of content, save the Beaufort Observer section, who have faithfully continued in the BCN absence of industry in recent weeks. It could not be helped.
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Beaufort County NOW, Symbiotic Network's (SNI) proud proprietary creation, is open for the business of the region of northeastern North Carolina, and to continue to provide the public it's only original Moderated Informational Platform for the expression and promotion of people, products, places.


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