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City of Seattle
Ed Murray, Mayor
NEWS ADVISORY

SUBJECT: Ask The Mayor LIVE on the SEATTLE CHANNEL Wed, March 14 at 7 pm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
3/12/2007  9:00:00 AM
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(SEATTLE) Mayor Greg Nickels will once again take live phone calls (as well as emails sent in advance) from viewers during ASK THE MAYOR, Wednesday, March 14 at 7:00 pm on the SEATTLE CHANNEL. The SEATTLE CHANNEL is available on cable channel 21 in the city, and streaming live at seattlechannel.org via the Internet. Viewers may call 206-684-8821 during the hour-long show, or send email before 5:00 pm on March 14 to askthemayor@seattle.gov.

The viaduct replacement vote is sure to be the number one topic to come up during the one-hour show, though all city issues are fair game. Moderator for ASK THE MAYOR is C.R. Douglas, who also hosts and produces CITY INSIDE/OUT, the public affairs program seen every Friday at 7:00 pm on the SEATTLE CHANNEL.

ASK THE MAYOR is a live monthly presentation of the SEATTLE CHANNEL, the cable station that helps people connect with life in the city. The SEATTLE CHANNEL presents a variety of arts, cultural, civic, community and government programs 24 hours a day on cable channel 21. The SEATTLE CHANNEL website (www.seattlechannel.org) features additional information about the city, streaming video of the live cable signal, and a complete "video-on-demand" archive of current and past programs.

Media outlets may use audio and video from ASK THE MAYOR without prior permission, as long as the SEATTLE CHANNEL is credited as the source (on screen for video, verbally for audio).

MEDIA CONTACT: Feliks Banel, SEATTLE CHANNEL, 206-615-0805 (or cell: 206-369-6630)

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