By Joe Moskowitz
It’s in the country, so it’s rural. It doesn’t cost anything to watch, so it’s free. And it has sound and video, so it’s TV. It’s Rural Free TV, or RFTV. It’s the brainchild of Margaretville resident Vic Tannenberg.
Tannenberg, who spends what he considers an inordinate number of hours in front of a computer screen, owns Vicware, a one-man company that designs software, or if you prefer, apps. He decided to use his technical skills to create RFTV, his own Internet and sometimes cable-based television network.