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Non-Profit Report: The WXXI Public Broadcasting Council

The WXXI Public Broadcasting Council began in 1958 as the Rochester Area Educational Television Association, and its first few years were dedicated to producing instructional programs for elementary students. The station received a broadcast license in 1966, and Channel 21 began by broadcasting 50 hours of programming a week. The Classical 91.5-FM signed on in ...

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