Philly311 TV: Open Data

The City of Philadelphia is proud to present season 2 of Philly311 TV. Hosted by Chief Customer Service Officer Rosetta Carrington Lue, the show’s goal is to engage, educate, and empower citizens with information about city services. Through interviews with employees from across the municipality, citizens can learn about new initiatives, available resources, and get to know the personal side of city government. In this episode of Philly311 TV host, Rosetta Carrington Lue, sits down with City’s Chief Data Officer, Tim Wisniewski, to discuss City’s open data program and civic technology efforts. Wisniewski has played an integral role in bridging the City government and Philadelphia’s burgeoning tech community, as well as, implementing and working for a open government. Tune-in to find out how City government is using technology to connect with citizens.

Tune-in to Philly311 TV on the Philly311 Youtube channel as well as Philadelphia’s Channel 64 at 7:00pm on Monday/Wednesday/Sunday and 7:00am on Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday. You can also catch up with Philly311 TV on Sunday’s at 7:00am on PhillyCAM (Comcast Cable channel 66/966 or Verizon FIOS 29/30).

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