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"Government Channel" goes on the air next year

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Governor's Office announces the launch of a new Government Channel starting next year. The channel will operate 24 hours a day and serve as a platform for local talent and a forum to announce public notices of government events. The Government Channel sets to provide better access to information and notices from government agencies through such formats as board and commission meetings to open house events.

The public will also allow the general public to submit content to share with Guam from family-oriented content showcasing the professional and amateur talent on Guam to a school video project to your child's performance at a Christmas performance to original music.

The Government Channel will launch on January 1, 2014 on GTA TeleGuam Channel 16 and DOCOMO Pacific Channel 116. On how to submit content or for more questions call PBS Guam at 734-5483 or the Adelup at 475-9213.

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