WINDY CITY TIMES
||Chicago LGBT groups streaming live on CAN TV
From a news release
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(Chicago, IL) — CAN TV is launching a web streaming service for Chicago nonprofits, enabling LGBT groups from across the city to provide advice and resources in real time. Viewers can tune in live to "LGBT Hotline" and call in with their questions every Friday at 6:30 p.m. on cable channel CAN TV21 in Chicago, and online at www.cantv.org/live .
"The groups that work with CAN TV want to reach audiences wherever they are," explained Tiffany Bosley, Nonprofit Services Manager at CAN TV. "Streaming these programs online also allows viewers to receive reliable information directly from an expert."
Several groups take turns hosting LGBT Hotline, including the Gay Liberation Network, the Association of Latino Men for Action (ALMA), and Illinois Gender advocates. Live programming from a variety of local organizations is available weekdays from 4-8 p.m. online at www.cantv.org/live . For a complete listing of programs, visit www.cantv.org/hotlineschedule.htm .
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