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Independence Media – Relinquishing WYBE

Independence Media will receive a one-time payment of $131.5 million from the FCC in exchange for the WYBE license. As part of the Broadcast Incentive Auction, the FCC is purchasing licenses from broadcasters to make spectrum available for wireless broadband use.

Independence Media will terminate its broadcast, cable, and satellite television services after the FCC distributes the proceeds to television stations across the country. Independence Media broadcasts on channel 35 and operates on cable systems as MiND.  Independence Media, a nonprofit corporation, will remain in operation.

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Diane Monroe: Violinist

If there’s one word to describe violinist Diane Monroe, it’s “multi-dimensional”. A compelling soloist and chamber musician, she is also a composer and a dynamic improvisational artist, crossing the boundaries of jazz, blues and contemporary idioms.

Intern Promo

MiND TV’s interns and volunteers engage in all facets of station operations including production, research and membership. It’s not often that one finds communication interns and volunteers engaged in the hands-on work that keeps a major-market television station operating. This video was produced by intern Clay Wang.

Roz Benton: Trunkful of Memories

Roz Benton helps senior citizens stay sharp by sharing stories and music with them through her program, ATrunkful of Memories. She brings a trunk full of props that help her tell her stories and awaken memories.