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ABC 7 Chicago Eyewitness News, The League Of Women Voters Of Illinois And Univision Chicago Present Vote 2014: Debate In The Race For Governor

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** Commercial free Debate available to TV stations throughout Illinois via satellite**

CHICAGO, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

WHO:

ABC 7 Chicago, in conjunction with the League of Women Voters of Illinois and Univision Chicago, will broadcast...



WHAT:

An hour- long, commercial free debate with Republican candidates from Illinois Running for Governor including Illinois State Senator Bill Brady, Illinois State Senator Kirk Dillard, Businessman Bruce Rauner and Illinois State Treasurer Dan Rutherford.




ABC 7 Eyewitness News anchor Ron Magers to moderate and questions candidates. ABC 7 Eyewitness News Political Reporter Charles Thomas and Univision Chicago Reporter Erika Maldonado will also question candidates.



WHEN:



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27


VOTE 2014:  DEBATE IN THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR


LIVE  at 7:00-8:00 pm (arrive at 6:00 p.m.)




DEBATE PRESENTED LIVE ON:  ABC 7/ 7.2 (Comcast Channel 217, 244, 345, Wide Open West 101, 219, and RCN 321, 618) and streaming live on www.abc7chicago.com.




FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
The debate will air in primetime on ABC 7's main channel from 7-8pm.


All will be available on demand at www.abc7chicago.com



WHERE:         

ABC 7 CHICAGO STUDIOS, 190 NORTH STATE STREET



*There will be a 10 minute photo opportunity before the debate at 6:45 pm


**A press conference will be held immediately following the debate at 8:00 pm


The debate will be available on satellite:  6:30-7:00 PM CT test
7:00-8:05 PM CT Debate
Galaxy 17 14C Standard Definition 16x9
Uplink Frequency- 14275 Horizontal
Downlink Frequency- 11975 Vertical
Data Rate- 5.5mbps
Bandwidth- 5.00 MHz
FEC ¾
Symbol Rate- 3.9787
Modulation Format- DVB-S
Audio- Stereo
For technical questions please call 312-750-7222


****Press is invited to attend the photo opportunity and press conference and is requested to arrive at ABC 7 Chicago, 190 N. State Street at 6:00 p.m.  CREDENTIALS ARE REQUIRED.  Please contact Jayme Nicholas at jayme.a.nicholas@abc.com  in order to obtain press credentials by TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25.

 

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