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Selective TV to hold annual meeting soon

Selective TV, Inc., a local non-profit viewer supported UHF-TV system that provides 19 unscrambled television channels to the area, is having its annual meeting.

Selective TV, Inc., a local non-profit viewer supported UHF-TV system that provides 19 unscrambled television channels to the area, is having its annual meeting.

The meeting will be held Monday, July 13 at 7 p.m. at the Carlos Town Hall, located on Victoria Avenue in Carlos.

There will be the election of three board members for three-year terms, an update on the conversion progress to the digital signal, problems that some are having with the conversion boxes and other STV business.

All contributors, members and any interested viewers are welcome to attend. Questions and concerns will be addressed and discussed at the meeting.

For more information, call (320) 763-5924.

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