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WNBC to air NYC TV
 
Mayor Bloomberg announces that WNBC will broadcast NYC TV programming on WNBC. The agreement combines the New York Emmy Award-winning content of NYC TV with the sizeable audience of WNBC, giving the City invaluable airtime to promote local attractions, businesses and cultural institutions, along with roughly four minutes of advertising time per day.    

Mayor Bloomberg announces that WNBC will broadcast NYC TV programming on WNBC. The agreement combines the New York Emmy Award-winning content of NYC TV with the sizeable audience of WNBC, giving the City invaluable airtime to promote local attractions, businesses and cultural institutions, along with roughly four minutes of advertising time per day.
Mayor Bloomberg announces that WNBC will broadcast NYC TV programming on WNBC. The agreement combines the New York Emmy Award-winning content of NYC TV with the sizeable audience of WNBC, giving the City invaluable airtime to promote local attractions, businesses and cultural institutions, along with roughly four minutes of advertising time per day.
Mayor Bloomberg announces that WNBC will broadcast NYC TV programming on WNBC. The agreement combines the New York Emmy Award-winning content of NYC TV with the sizeable audience of WNBC, giving the City invaluable airtime to promote local attractions, businesses and cultural institutions, along with roughly four minutes of advertising time per day.
Mayor Bloomberg announces that WNBC will broadcast NYC TV programming on WNBC. The agreement combines the New York Emmy Award-winning content of NYC TV with the sizeable audience of WNBC, giving the City invaluable airtime to promote local attractions, businesses and cultural institutions, along with roughly four minutes of advertising time per day.

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