Public TV expands its reach
ST. PAUL -- Many Minnesotans living far from St. Paul are able to watch the daily doings at the state Capitol and other Minnesota programming - by tuning into their local public television station.
That is because each of the six public television stations serving the state began airing The Minnesota Channel in February, digital programming providing transmissions of the Minnesota Legislature when it is in session, and television shows about regional topics and issues.
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