TV tangle: CPAC still sorting out new Senate broadcast details
By Neil MossJan. 9, 2019
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The Senate will begin video transmission of its Chamber proceedings by March 1, but CPAC says it hasn’t yet figured out how to balance the TV broadcast schedule with the top-priority House of Commons. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The Senate will begin regular video broadcasts of its Chamber proceedings in a few weeks, but the Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC) says it doesn’t yet know how it will balance the broadcast schedule between the Upper and Lower Chambers.
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