Comcast Newsmakers recently visited Gettysburg to learn about the Borough, the community, and all the exciting things happeneing in the 'best known small town in the world'. All interviews were conducted at the Historic Gettysburg Hotel on Lincoln Square. Comcast Newsmakers is the longest-running news and public affairs platform of any cable operator in the country. Having launched in 1990 with a single production unit near the nation’s capital, Comcast Newsmakers today includes a national edition, regional production serving select Comcast markets, and a growing digital presence.
Please visit the following links to learn what local leaders have to say about Gettysburg and all the exciting things this Historic Town has to offer. Simply click the picture to be directed to the video.
|Charles R. Gable|
Borough of Gettysburg
|Balancing Borough Needs for All|
Achieving a balance between residents, visitors, and students in Gettysburg.
Main Street Gettysburg
|Revitalizing and Preserving Gettysburg|
Deb Adamik, President Main Street Gettysburg talks with Host Shiela Hyland about revitalizing the town and preserving history.
Gettysburg Lincoln Fellowship
Owner, Lincoln Into Art
|Gettysburg's Lincoln Fellowship|
The artist for Main Street Gettysburg, Wendy Allen tells Host Shiela Hyland about her work with the group and the lincoln Fellowship.
Healthy Adams Bicycle Pedestrian, Inc.
|Promoting Healthy Activities in Gettysburg|
Sarah Kipp, Vice President, Healthy Adams Bicycle Pedestrian, Inc. tells Host Shiela Hyland what Gettysburg is doing to promote walking and bike riding in Gettysburg to stay healthy.
|Dr. Rodney Tosten|
Vice President, Information Technology
|Virtual Reality is the New Reality|
Dr. Rodney Tosten, Vice President for Information Technology, Gettysburg College, tells Host Shiela Hyland how virtual reality technology will enhance education.
President and CEO
|Bringing Visitors to Historic Gettysburg|
Norris Flowers, President and CEO, Destination Gettysburg, tells Host Sheila Hyland how much tourism adds to the Gettysburg economy.