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<p>State officials say they're working to smooth out a dispute that is putting the future of the capitol's public affairs network in jeopardy.</p>

News 12 Staff

Nov 4, 2017, 2:51 PM

Updated 2,387 days ago

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State officials say they're working to smooth out a dispute that is putting the future of the capitol's public affairs network in jeopardy.
News 12 is told the company that runs the Connecticut Television Network told its employees the channel was going off the air due to a lack of funding and editorial interference.
Gov. Dannel Malloy pledged $400,000 to keep the network running.
He urged legislative leaders to also free up money and to allow the network to independently decide what stories it will cover.


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