The young, dynamic team behind Cenpho.tv knows what's happening in Central Phoenix, and their regular video and podcasts provide enthusiastic coverage of things the nightly news might just skim over -- things like public lectures at ASU, art receptions, and events like "Migratory Bird Day" at the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area.
Their colorful coverage of downtown development is a nice break from the often dry analysis given to the subject, as the vidcast hosts and bloggers provide first-person perspectives and focus on the cultural and nightlife impacts of development, rather than strictly the business end.
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Just watching the Cenpho.tv folks in action makes us feel younger and hipper, and they may just give jaded Phoenicians a new perspective on their city.
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