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The question of whether Comcast will kill live leased access programming in New Castle County may soon be answered. Many in the black community want to keep live public programming because it is a primary means of communication. So the Leased Access Producers Association hired attorney Tommie Little, who says, “Live leased access is the last footprint in Delaware for free exercise of free speech. Once you start taping, free speech is gone.” In October, Wilmington City Council will consider a renewal of Comcast’s franchise agreement with the city. Will live leased access live on? Stay tuned. —Drew Ostroski
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