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June 3, 2011

CONTACT: Kenneth Borden 202.671.0057, Kenneth.Borden@dc.gov

DC Office of Cable Television to Offer Washington Full Circle
and Q&A Café with Carol Joynt on iTunes

Washington, DC - The District of Columbia Office of Cable Television (OCT) today announced that two of its programs, Washington Full Circle and Q&A Café with Carol Joynt, are now available on iTunes. The podcasting of these shows offers OCT another opportunity to present original content that spotlights the latest in restaurants, shopping, fashion, entertainment and newsmakers unique only to the Nation's Capital.

Washington Full Circle - an award winning, original OCT production broadcast on both TV-16 and NBC4 Washington - is a high-energy, fast paced, entertaining and informative program giving its viewers an all-access backstage pass to ALL things Washington. From music to theatre, fashion, travel, nightlife and everything in between, Washington Full Circle highlights the latest trends in Washington, DC's people, places, things and so much more.

Q&A Café with Carol Joynt offers candid conversation with today's newsmakers in the dining room of the Ritz Carlton Hotel in the District's West End. Q&A Café with Carol Joynt delivers to viewers the kind of informal yet insightful conversation that can only happen in the dining room; you'll find no speeches - just free-flowing questions and answers.

"Podcasting these two exemplary productions ensures they receive the widest distribution possible," said OCT Director Eric E. Richardson, "and also offers our audience another platform, and an additional convenience, when viewing our world-class programs."

OCT's podcasting service is comprised of Washington Full Circle and Q&A Café with Carol Joynt and may be downloaded to your smartphone and/or computer, free-of-charge, from iTunes and other podcasting services and is transferable to your portable MP3 player.


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