COMMISSIONER MICHAEL J. COPPS TO VISIT BRISTOL, VIRGINIA FOR DTV OUTREACH
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COMMISSIONER COPPS TO VISIT BRISTOL, VIRGINIA FOR DTV OUTREACHVisit is Part of Nationwide Initiative to Increase Awareness Regarding the Upcoming
Washington, DC FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps today announced that he will visit
Bristol, Virginia on January 13, 2009. This visit is part of an extensive nationwide initiative the
Commission has launched to increase awareness about the upcoming transition to digital
television. The Commissioner will be joined by Congressman Rick Boucher at the event.
FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps
Town Hall on the DTV Transition
Tuesday, January 13, 2009, 10:00 AM
Bristol, Virginia City Hall
300 Lee Street
Bristol, VA 24201
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