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Boston University announced this week the debut of its long-awaited closed-circuit television station, WBU-TV.
The station, which is operated by students, was initiated by Prof. Milan D. Barnes. He is in charge of television in the B.U. School of Public Relations and Communications.
The first program of the university station was a combination sports commentary and weather forecast. The station expects to be able to be on the air about four hours every week.
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