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‘Working Class’ Audience Expands

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The documentary “Working Class: 100 Years of Hands-on Education” is gaining an expanded audience: The hourlong film will be broadcast at 7 and 11 p.m. Sunday on WPSU. The University Park PBS affiliate serves one of the largest geographic coverage areas for public television in the nation, reaching 530,000 households in 29 counties in central Pennsylvania. In addition, Philadelphia-based WYBE, with a network that covers nearly 20 million people from northern New Jersey to northern Maryland, plans to broadcast the film three times in July. And WHYY – Greater Philadelphia’s leading public media provider, which serves southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and all of Delaware – has announced plans to air the documentary in summer 2015. The film, first shown on WVIA Public Media and available “on demand,” also began airing this winter on PCN. The documentary is available for purchase on DVD through WVIA Public Media.

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