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6/19/10

City of Lubbock News Channel now on U-Verse

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The City of Lubbock's City News Channel is now available on AT&T U-Verse Channel 99.  The channel will allow U-Verse subscribers to watch original City programming including City Council meetings.

"We are excited about this new outlet for the City TV station," said Jeff McKito, the Public Information and Marketing Manager for the City. 

"This is the latest part of an ongoing effort to bring Lubbock's city government to more people and give them opportunities to see decisions that impact their lives and city."

The addition of the station to U-Verse follows the recent expansion of the City News Channel's Internet presence.  Live streaming and on-demand City channel programming are available on the City's website, www.mylubbock.us.  The City station can also be seen on Suddenlink Channel 2.  

Lubbock's City News Channel provides complete coverage of city council meetings and offers original programs such as the twice-a-month news show City Watch, Pick of the Litter, coverage of City news conferences, public service announcements and more.

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