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Fargo's access, government programming to flop channels

Fargo community access and government programming will swap cable television channels starting Jan.

Fargo community access and government programming will swap cable television channels starting Jan. 1, the city announced today.

Government programming will move from TV Fargo Channel 99 to Channel 12 and community access programming will move from Channel 12 to Channel 99.

The aim of the switch is to make city government happenings more visible and raise awareness of the programming, a city news release said.

After the switch, Channel 12 will offer live coverage and rebroadcasts of city government meetings, educational programming on available city services, NASA Television and limited military programming.

Channel 99 will broadcast local access favorites including church programs, Polka Spotlight, classic movies and The Vintage Vehicle Show.

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