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City Hall Gets in the TV Business

Angela Hunt talks arts in a city-produced film to air on City Channel 16 in June. Or on your computer right now.
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Says The Dallas Morning News today, the City of Dallas is all set to debut a show called Dallas 360° on City Channel 16. Only those of us without the cable will miss such programs as The Art of Downtown (which bows June 2) and the Southern Sector-themed The Land of Opportunity (on June 30). But, really, why even wait till then anyway, as both shows are currently available on the YouTube -- along with other, ah, DVD extras. Alas, embedding has been disabled, so's not to allow for any spoilers, perhaps. --Robert Wilonsky

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