CAN TV funding ordinance comes to a vote on September 1

Posted by Mitchell - August 22, 2004 (entry 225)

Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV), the fleet of Chicago's public access cable television channels, has been involved in a funding fight for much of 2004.

The fight could end, with a victory, on September 1, when a funding ordinance introduced by Alderman Bernard Stone comes to a vote before the Chicago City Council.

Chicago residents: Please take a moment right now to contact your local council representative.

Everyone: Please take a moment right now to contact the Mayor.

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