Upcoming CAN TV forum on media politics

Posted by Mitchell - May 17, 2005 (entry 313)

For those with Chicago cable: CAN TV, Chicago's main public access cable television outlet will feature a half-hour about the conference and about assorted media issues. The forum -- a half-hour-long live call-in -- will be on Wednesday, March 18, on CAN TV channel 21, starting at 7pm.

Yet further proof why CAN TV is way cool: CAN TV was in St. Louis covering much of the action in St. Louis, and will be posting their coverage on CAN TV later this summer, as well as distribution of the conference via satellite and public access distribution nationwide.

CMA has fought and organized on behalf of CAN TV in the past, and will continue to fight on CAN TV's behalf.

Update: CAN TV will be airing Bill Moyers' speech this weekend, and will rebroadcast it on satellite. More details here.

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