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Sunday, December 3, 2006

Public Access TV Gets Reprieve

Public access TV stations like BRONXNET (Cablevision channels 67-70) are where many media makers get their start. The cable industry has been required to set aside money for the so-called PEG (public, educational, or governmental) channels. The stations and public access producers were worried that, as the city negotiated new franchise agreements with cable providers, the requirement would be eliminated. A City Limits article reports that the stations are safe for now.
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