Councilcritters Are Giving Away 15-Year Contracts

William Mapother narrated a documentary on Sudan called The New Sudan. now that the Southern Sudanese are voting on a referendum for secession and freedom, you should probably check it out. It’s now available on many on-demand cable services, though not on Insight. Proceeds benefit the Southern Sudanese. [William Mapother]

Keep the family of Sandy Speer in your thoughts. The former Actors Theatre Louisville genius passed away. [Deep Thoughts]

Remember when Greg Fischer was super-anti-Rand Paul? Now he’s trying to be BFFs with him. Paul’s staff tell me Fischer’s folks nearly begged for the meeting. [FatLip]

Here’s yet another look at the folks suing Insight Communications for snatching their money. As much as we hate it, $15 still cheaper than maintaining your own TiVo or paying for software upgrades. [H-L]

So THAT’S what that sound was last week! [FOX 41]

Meanwhile, your Metro Councilcritters are about to give Insight another 15-year contract. Really. 15 years. If this city cared about actual competition, wouldn’t that be cut down to one or two years, tops? [WFPL]

Greg Fischer’s people are STILL bitter over our questioning of his lavish inaugural events. It’s almost as entertaining as seeing his staffers out on the town when they’re drunk, bragging and spilling the dirt. [We STILL Get Comments]

Did you see yesterday’s 39th annual motorcade in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as it rolled through Louisville? [WAVE3]

Joe Arnold had a lengthy interview with failed Jefferson County Public Schools superintendent Sheldon Berman. I mean, if you wanna check it out. [WHAS11]

Okay, what IS it with Shepherdsville attorneys going missing? Is it something in the water or what? [More FOX 41 & WAVE3]

You should go enter to win free tickets to the fancy Star Trek shenanigans at the Louisville Science Center. Michelle didn’t disclose where she obtained the tickets to give away, as the FTC requires, however. [Consuming Louisville]

1 thought on “Councilcritters Are Giving Away 15-Year Contracts

  1. As fast as technolgy is changing, getting into a 15 year contract with Insight is not a good idea. 5 years with 2 five year options that both side must agree too for renewal would be the way to go if the council wants a 15 year deal.

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