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a type of noncommercial, usually educational, television programming funded by the government, grants, viewers, and corporations.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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The savings plan typically advertises on
, in parenting magazines, and at high-school athletics events.
and radio, online media and news agencies still provide largely comprehensive and independent coverage.
They give anonymously to
stations and private charities.
It will also be aired at the time on other
stations throughout the state.
The public is invited to attend one of two previews of the
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