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Wisconsin Eye Legislative Broadcasts to Begin Today

Although the site still says it's under construction, WisconsinEye is scheduled to broadcast its first live gavel-to-gavel Internet coverage of the state Assembly and Senate at 11 a.m. today.

According to JSOnline PoliticsWatch:


WisconsinEye has also finalized agreements for digital channels to be available on the Charter and TimeWarner cable system in Wisconsin, said WisconsinEye president Chris Long. Some of the transmission equipment still needs to be installed, however, so it could be a few months before cable broadcasts will be available, he said.

"We're very excited to be at the beginning of a new chapter in Wisconsin's progressive history and to be available on the Web and soon on cable," Long said in a statement.

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