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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Ratings For The Week of June 21st and The Month Of June

Rating For The Week Of June 21st


1 - Based on 3 nights of regular programming
2 - Based on four nights of regular programming


See ratings for the month of June after the jump.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Larry King Ending Nightly Show This Fall



Breaking News on John King, USA tonight - Larry King is ending his nightly news show this fall. See the video and read the press release from CNN after the jump.

Jeanie Moos

Jeanne Moos
National News Correspondent, CNN

By Marisa Guthrie for Broadcasting & Cable

Jeanne Moos has a finely tuned eye for the absurd. As CNN’s national news correspondent and resident satirist, Moos has put her wry spin on everything from the smoking baby in Indonesia to Kentucky Fried Chicken’s much disparaged double-down sandwich and the heartbreaking oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. While Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are the mocking class’ current gold standard, Moos’ expertly targeted critiques predate both.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Jon Klein Defends His Decision on Spitzer

CNN President Jon Klein spoke with Reliable Source's Howie Kurtz about his controversial decision to hire Eliot Spitzer to host a primetime program. The conversation touched on the rumblings Spitzer's hiring has caused among CNN's legitimate journalists and the negative press it has incited. The interview was taped on Friday and aired on Kurtz's Sunday morning program.



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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Everything Old is New Again

When it was announced earlier this week that Eliot Spitzer and Kathleen Parker would host a new 'Crossfire' type program to replace Campbell Brown it was Jon Klein coming full circle at CNN.
When Klein joined the cable channel his first big change, in January of 2005, was to cancel Crossfire.
(video of the original Crossfire with Jon Stewart as a guest after the jump)


Friday, June 25, 2010

Don Lemon Gets Answers

Michael Jackson – The Final Days debuts Friday, June 25 at 8:00pm ET & PT
Though he died a year ago, the circumstances surrounding the death of Michael Jackson are still a mix of mystery and contradictions. CNN's Don Lemon’s revealing hour allows viewers to hear directly from Tito and Jermaine Jackson about their last contact with their brother and, how they first learned of their brother’s collapse and death.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Ratings For The Week of June 14th


1 - Based on four nights of regular programming

Rating calculations are weekly averages based on nightly ratings provided by TVNewser with data by Nielsen Media Research. Numbers reflect Live and same day (DVR) data.



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The New 8 PM Hour on CNN

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Kathleen Parker and former New York governor Eliot Spitzer will co-host a spirited, nightly roundtable discussion program on CNN/U.S., it was announced today by Jon Klein, president of CNN/U.S. The new program, set to debut this fall, will air weeknights at 8pm Eastern time.
Spitzer, a legendary prosecutor and progressive governor, and Parker, an iconoclastic conservative commentator, will host a dynamic exchange of opinions and analyses – their own, and those of their guests and regular contributors – on the most important, compelling and amusing stories of the day.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

On The Cover Of Rolling Stone

Rick Sanchez and Barbara Starr talk with Michael Hastings in his first interview about his in-depth article on Gen. Stanley McChrystal for Rolling Stone Magazine. Hastings called into Rick’s List from Kandahar today to talk about the controversy his article generated as Gen. McChrystal is called back to Washington, DC.

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Gary & Tony Have a Baby




CNN PREMIERES GARY AND TONY HAVE A BABY ON JUNE 24th AT 8 PM
Soledad O’Brien Tells the Story of a Gay Couple’s Journey to Have a Baby

Monday, June 21, 2010

CNN Parts Ways With AP

CNN announced on Monday that it will no longer use content from the Associated Press, ending a partnership that had been in place for decades.
Jim Walton, president of CNN Worldwide, said in a memo to employees that the decision to discontinue the network's use of the wire service was part of an ongoing strategy to "more fully leverage CNN's global newsgathering investments." "We will no longer use AP materials or services," Walton wrote. "The content we offer will be distinctive, compelling and, I am proud to say, our own."

How You Can Help


CNN’s Larry King Hosts Special Two Hour Larry King Live Telethon Monday June 21 “Disaster In The Gulf: How You Can Help” from 8 to 10pm Eastern

CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Soledad O’Brien, Kyra Phillips and Rob Marciano Report Latest Updates From the Gulf During Live Special with Ryan Seacrest Hosting A Special Online Social Suite


Saturday, June 19, 2010

Your Views on the News, June 19, 2010

There was a good read in Newsroom Magazine this week comparing CNN to Goldman Sachs.

"Goldman Sachs sought out the brightest talent, developed the longest reach, and amassed the most power of any financial services firm in history. Over the same period, CNN sought out the brightest journalists, made itself the premiere world-wide news producer, and developed the longest reach of any journalistic endeavor in history. Fast forward a bit."

Thursday, June 17, 2010

John Roberts Interviews Betty White

American Morning's John Roberts interviewed Miss Betty White about her career and her newest series, Hot in Cleveland, which premiered on TVLand Wednesday night.

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Ratings For The Week Of June 2nd


1 - Ratings based on four nights of regular programming

Rating calculations are weekly averages based on nightly ratings provided by TVNewser with data by Nielsen Media Research. Numbers reflect Live and same day (DVR) data


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CNN's Statement on the Future of LKL via Letterman

David Letterman had an exclusive statement from CNN on the future of Larry King.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Turmoil for Larry King



Larry King has been in the news for all the wrong reasons in the past few weeks. First reports of the attempted suicide of his wife Shawn and then the news that CNN is in talks with Piers Morgan of America's Got Talent, to replace him.


Monday, June 14, 2010

Special Coverage Tuesday Evening on CNN


CNN anchors Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, who will be live from the Gulf Coast, along with Candy Crowley and John King, will provide comprehensive coverage of President Barack Obama’s address on the oil spill crisis at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, June 15. Special coverage begins at 7 p.m. ET with John King, USA. Immediately following the Oval Office address, the Best Political Team on Television, including New Orleans natives James Carville and Mary Matalin, will discuss and analyze the president’s remarks. Larry King Live and Anderson Cooper 360º will follow.

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CNN's Birthday Bash

TVNewswer's Alissa Krinsky had an exclusive look at the private party former CNNers held this weekend to celebrate the 30th birthday of CNN.
A large crowd of former and current CNNers gathered at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Saturday night to celebrate the network's thirtieth birthday.
The bash — an unofficial gathering organized by former CNN producer Elissa Free — drew over three hundred people and was emceed by former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Your Views on the News, June 12, 2010

If you've got an opinion on the latest CNN speculation we'd love to hear it.

Friday's NYP is reporting:

"CNN is talking to snarky British journalist Piers Morgan about a potential slot in its troubled prime-time lineup, sources said."



Friday, June 11, 2010

CNN Anchor in an Aircast







What CNN morning anchor, with gorgeous gams, was hobbled by a trampoline last weekend? Answer after the jump.

CNN Wins Honor for Haiti Coverage


At a star-studded ceremony in Monte Carlo last night, CNN was awarded one of the highest honors in international journalism, a Golden Nymph, for its coverage of the earthquake in Haiti in the 24-hour news program category, beating BBC News, Sky News, France 24 and Russia Today.
Video and more information after the jump.

Georgia Southern University to Host Political Consultants James Carville and Mary Matalin


Georgia Southern University will welcome political consultants James Carville and Mary Matalin to campus on Wednesday, September 22, 2010. The 7 p.m. event at Hanner Fieldhouse is free and open to the public.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Soledad O'Brien Talks New York


Soledad O'Brien recently did a question and answer session on her experiences living in New York City. Here are a few examples:

What do you hate most about living in New York?
I hate almost nothing about living in New York. But when my kids were younger, it was annoying that it was impossible to get a double stroller (for the twins) over a curb in the snow.
Who's your favorite New Yorker — living or dead, real or fictional?
My parents are my favorite New Yorkers. They've lived on the west side forever, but they still gaze up at the tall buildings and act like tourists!
What's the best meal you've eaten in New York?
The other day for lunch I had a sandwich at the Piccolo Café. It's buffalo mozzarella, tomatoes, and gaeta olives on amazing grilled Italian bread.
We have the entire Q & A posted after the jump or you can follow the link to read it on The New Yorker News and Features website.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Ratings For The Week Of May 31st

1-Ratings based on three nights of regular programming.
2-Ratings based on four nights of regular programming.



Rating calculations are weekly averages based on nightly ratings provided by TVNewser with data by Nielsen Media Research. Numbers reflect Live and same day (DVR) data.




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Some Reporters Have All the Luck

Anderson Cooper complained on Monday's AC360 that no one from BP would talk with him. It seems John Roberts has much better luck. This was just released by CNN:
John Roberts, anchor of CNN's American Morning, has secured unprecedented access to Doug Suttles, Chief Operating Officer of BP Exploration and Production. Roberts will take a chopper tour and head out to the oil rig with Suttles for an inside look at BP's efforts to stop the disastrous oil leak.
The interview will begin airing at 6 a.m. ET Thursday on American Morning. Transcript and video will be available tomorrow morning. Roberts will co-anchor the program from the Gulf region through Friday.

If you're interested in the video of Cooper's rant it's posted after the jump.

Special Investigations: Atlanta Child Murders

Nearly 30 years after the trial of accused serial child killer Wayne Williams, CNN anchor and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien interviews Williams about the evidence used to connect him to more than two dozen murders of young adults and children that terrified the city of Atlanta, Ga. – and horrified a nation – for two years. A new, enterprising investigation of the case, including evidence never before shared with the public, is the subject of a new, two-hour documentary, ATLANTA CHILD MURDERS, debuting Thursday, June 10 at 9pm ET and PT.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

CNN = Commedy News Network


James Carville joined Stephen Colbert on the Colbert Report Monday night to discuss President Obama's response to the oil spill. To see the video of James and Stephen click on 'read more'.

A Family Affair



Soledad O’Brien brought her girls — Cecelia, 8, as well as Sofia, 9½ — to the Seventh Annual Wayuu Taya Foundation Gala, held Thursday during the Stephen Weiss Studio in New York City.
The In America host, 43, is additionally mother to 5½-year-old identical twin sons Charlie as well as Jackson with father Bradley Raymond.





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Monday, June 7, 2010

Fredricka Whitfield Talks with Ted Turner

Recently Fredricka Whitfield gave Ted Turner a tour of CNN Atlanta and then they sat down to talk about the 30th anniversary of his news channel.

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Breaux Act Newsflash - James Carville to Deliver Keynote Address at Banquet Honoring Louisiana's Coastal Stewards

Breaux Act Newsflash - James Carville to Deliver Keynote Address at Banquet Honoring Louisiana's Coastal Stewards

Baton Rouge (May 11, 2010) - On Wednesday June 9, 2010, the Coalition to
Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) will recognize nine award recipients as
outstanding stewards of Louisiana's coast at the fifteenth annual Coastal
Stewardship Awards Banquet to be held at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol
Center, Baton Rouge, LA beginning at 6:00 p.m. We are pleased to have
James Carville as the evening's keynote speaker.

The Coastal Stewardship Awards program is sponsored by CRCL to recognize
significant contributions by an individual or group in the effort to save
Louisiana's coast. This year's recipients have demonstrated an
exceptional commitment to the preservation and restoration of Louisiana's
fragile coast, and we congratulate them for their outstanding
accomplishments.

At a time when many residents in South Louisiana and along the Gulf Coast
are struggling to respond to the BP Oil Spill, we believe the Coastal
Stewardship Awards Banquet is an appropriate time to draw attention to the
challenges facing our coast and to celebrate the tremendous contributions
that individuals and organizations can make to restoring and protecting
coastal Louisiana.

CRCL is pleased to announce that James Carville, America's best-known
political consultant, will be the keynote speaker at the 2010 Coastal
Stewardship Awards Banquet. A Louisiana native, Mr. Carville returned home
in 2008 and has been a strong voice for coastal protection and restoration
on a national scale. Mr. Carville's experience includes a long list of
electoral successes, a knack for steering overlooked campaigns to
unexpected landslide victories and for re-making political underdogs into
upset winners.

James Carville is an author, actor, producer, talk-show host, speaker and
restaurateur. Most recently, Carville is hosting Sirius XM radio's "60/20
Sports" show with Luke Russert, and is a frequent political commentator
and contributor on CNN. He also serves as a Professor of Practice at
Tulane University in New Orleans, where he lives with his wife Mary
Matalin and their two daughters.

The Coastal Stewardship Awards program will take place on the second
evening of the State of the Coast Conference. Conference attendees are
welcome to attend, but must register and pay separately for the Coastal
Stewardship Awards. The program begins at 6:00 p.m. and is open to
members of the public who have reserved tickets in advance. The evening
consists of a reception, banquet dinner and keynote address followed by
the presentation of awards. Tickets are available for $50 per person. For
reservations or additional information please contact the Coalition to
Restore Coastal Louisiana at 225-767-4181 or visit our website at
www.crcl.org.

For the full article, including award recipients, click here.




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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Paul Begala on Real Time

Paul Begala was a guest on Real Time with Bill Maher Friday night. Here's the clip ~ watch and enjoy!


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Friday, June 4, 2010

Happy Anniversary Wolf


Fishbowl DC is reporting 'Last week, thirty-nine of Wolf Blitzer's closest colleagues including David Bohrman, Candy Crowley, Jill Dougherty and John King toasted to Wolf's twenty years and solid ratings at CNN. The dinner, held at Cafe Milano was kicked off with remarks by CNN/U.S. president Jon Klein and wrapped when Wolf's wife Lynn shared personal reflections of Wolf's time at the network.
A bright spot for the network, The Situation Room's ratings are up year-over-year, beating MSNBC in both the 5 and 6 PM hours.

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Kyra Phillips Reports Live From the Gulf



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After weather forced them off the deck Kyra continued her report via phone with Drew Griffin.

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Ratings For The Week Of May 24th and the Month of May

Ratings for The Week Of May 24th

1 - Based on four nights of regular programming



Ratings for The Month Of May

2 - Special programming was aired on one night
3 - Special programming was aired on four nights



Rating calculations are weekly averages based on nightly ratings provided by TVNewser with data by Nielsen Media Research. Numbers reflect Live and same day (DVR) data.





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Jeffrey Toobin Helps Celebrate 75 Years of the Brooklyn Law Review

On April 15, the Law School celebrated 75 years of the Brooklyn Law Review with a dinner held at the Forchelli Center at Feil Hall and a captivating speech by Jeffrey Toobin, senior legal analyst for CNN and staff writer at The New Yorker. Toobin was welcomed by nearly 200 Law Review alumni and current Law Review students from as far away as Miami and Montreal.

Toobin, who is no stranger to the demands of being on Law Review (he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review), spoke about his latest book, The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court (2007), which he explained was inspired by The Brethren, by Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong. He discussed the Rehnquist Court, and the up and coming vacancy on the Supreme Court created by Justice Stephens’ retirement. He also shared some candid moments from The Nine’s reporting process.

One amusing story he shared concerned Justice Souter and Justice Breyer, who are often mistaken for one another. “When Justice Souter was driving to his house in New England, he stopped for a bite to eat along the way and was approached by a diner who said, ‘You’re Justice Breyer, right?’ Not wanting to embarrass the gentleman, Justice Souter said, ‘Yes, I am.” The diner asked, ‘What is the greatest honor of serving on the Court?’ After a moment, Justice Souter replied, ‘I guess I would have to say it is the privilege of being able to serve with Justice Souter’.”

Toobin also talked about his experience writing Too Close to Call: The 36-Day Battle to Decide the 2000 Election, and his many attempts to interview Al Gore for the book. Years later, when the two would meet on a different occasion, Toobin approached Gore to interview him for The Nine. Toobin recalled his conversation with the former Vice President: “I said, ‘I can’t get over it. I may be the biggest Bush v. Gore junkie.’ Vice President Gore replied, ‘You may be the second.’”

While Toobin was certainly the evening’s celebrity draw, BLS alumni were also very excited to return to the Law School, to reconnect with old classmates and teachers, and share memories of their time on Law Review.

“I remember Law Review as being a cohesive, interesting and talented group of students--and a LOT of hard work,” said Janet Ginzberg, Senior Staff Attorney at Community Legal Services of Philadelphia, who made the trip to Brooklyn for the Law Review celebration. “The event was beautifully done. Jeffrey Toobin was an excellent speaker, the food was great, and Feil Hall, which didn't exist when I was at BLS, is a wonderful space for events. I was impressed by how many professors and former students came to celebrate their time at BLS.”

To view the full article click here. And to watch a video of Toobin's speech click here.






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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

June's Documentaries

CNN/U.S. president Jon Klein announced last week that in June CNN will present four landmark documentaries covering such controversial and significant issues as the impact of toxic chemicals on our health, a gay couple’s journey to marriage and a baby, an investigation into one of the nation’s most shocking crime stories, and on Fathers’ Day, a heartwarming look at a dad, who faced with cancer, seeks alternative ways to insure his twin daughters are taken care of in the event he dies. The documentaries will be reported by chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and anchor and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien.
“At a time when the broadcast and cable news networks have essentially walked away from true documentary development, CNN will continue to invest in enterprise and investigative reporting, which we think is critical to the future of quality journalism,” said Klein. “Too often, the other cable news networks either ignore these important topics or reduce them to a partisan argument. Our goal is to offer in-depth documentaries that will inspire smart, thoughtful conversation and debate on significant topics that affect our rapidly changing nation every day.”



A SANJAY GUPTA, MD SPECIAL: TOXIC AMERICA
June 2 & June 3, 8p ET and PT
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports an enterprising, two-night investigation into toxic chemicals and health, uncovering ways we’re all exposed and the lax laws that are supposed to protect us.
SANJAY GUPTA, MD SPECIALS:
TOXIC TOWNS, USA
Wednesday, June 2: 8p ET and PT
Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports his year-long investigation into one town’s struggle for survival amidst 14 chemical plants. More than 8 in 10 residents of tiny Mossville, La. report serious health problems such as cancers and kidney disease and claim the toxic chemicals in the air, soil and water are making them sick. Dr. Gupta challenges manufacturers, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to explain how residents can live safely in the shadow of chemical plants that spew tons of cancer-causing agents into the atmosphere every year.
TOXIC CHILDHOOD
Thursday, June 3: 8p ET and PT
Dr. Gupta shows us how potentially harmful chemicals exist in our air, homes and in the products we use every day -- even if we don’t live near a chemical plant -- and offers guidance on how we can minimize these risks in our lives. As a father and doctor, he takes his search for answers to an all-star roundtable of experts on the latest neonatal and pediatric sciences on health and chemical exposure. For millions of pregnant American women, Dr. Gupta also leads a conversation about how much of the toxic chemicals they are exposed to are passed along to their babies.

Digital users can submit iReports describing industrial or chemical pollution in their homes and communities. An interactive map will highlight state rankings for emissions of five common toxic chemicals – dioxin, mercury, lead, benzene, and vinyl chloride – reported by manufacturers to the Environmental Protection Agency at http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2010/toxic.america/.

CNN DOCUMENTARY: THE ATLANTA CHILD MURDERS
Thursday, June 10, 9-11p ET and PT
Almost thirty years after the murders of more than 25 black children, teens and young adults, CNN anchor and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien investigates the nearly two-year siege of fear that gripped the city of Atlanta. Although Wayne Williams continues to profess his innocence from behind bars, with his arrest and conviction, he was described as both a “monster” – and the nation’s first Black serial killer. In his first television interview in 10 years, O’Brien has exclusive access to Williams and examines new evidence to offer viewers a new look at the persistent doubts, and decide for themselves who was responsible for all those lost young lives. Viewers will be able to vote online for their verdict on the case at www.CNN.com/atlantachildmurders.

A SANJAY GUPTA, MD SPECIAL: DADS FOR MY DAUGHTERS
Saturday, June 19 & Sunday, June 20, 8p ET and PT
CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on best selling author Bruce Feiler, who after a devastating diagnosis in 2008 of osteosarcoma (a rare and aggressive bone cancer), thought he was going to die. He endured brutal treatments and decided to form a “Council of Dads” for his twin girls. A group of his closest male friends would in effect take his place as father to his girls should he not make it. Each father represents a special gift and value which Feiler feels is important to pass on to his five year old daughters. Feiler, author of the book “Council of Dads” continues to fight his cancer.IN AMERICA: GARY & TONY HAVE A BABY
Thursday, June 24, 8p ET and PT
Gary Spino and Tony Brown have fought for gay rights all of their lives, but these days one of the most radical things a gay person can do is form a traditional family -- and that’s precisely what they want. Soledad O’Brien follows Gary and Tony on their struggle to have a baby that has a biological and legal connection to both of them. They spend a small fortune hiring an egg donor and a surrogate, and face a string of court battles. But all the medical miracles and legal maneuvering can’t guarantee the approval of the people around them… or even a baby.


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Happy Birthday CNN

And what a year it was for the new news network. President Carter lost his re-election attempt, there was the Love Canal Emergency the U.S. boycotted the Olympics, there was an Iran hostage crisis, Mount St. Helens erupted, Cuba halted its 'freedom flotilla' and John Lennon was assassinated.
Here's a clip from the opening few minutes of that first broadcast:

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And the commercial announcing the new venture:

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Fireside Chat with Soledad O'Brien


The Kellogg School of Management is hosting a fireside chat at its James L. Allen Center Tribune Auditorium 2169 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL with CNN Anchor Soledad O'Brien on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 from 12:00pm until 1:15pm . She will engage in a candid conversation about her philosophies on leadership, career success and how to navigate the professional challenges of being a woman and minority. O'Brien joined CNN in 2003 and has reported breaking news from around the globe and has produced award-winning and record-breaking documentaries on the most important stories facing the world today. She is a graduate of Harvard University.
To learn about the event and how to register follow the link.


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