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Capital Region Roundtable

Capital Region Roundtable is a half-hour public affairs show produced by George Mason University Television. The series addresses issues of concern in the Washington metropolitan area, and topics range from transportation and technology to education, development, and foreign policy. Guest panelists are drawn from the private and public sectors, as well as from various associations and institutions of higher learning, and have included representatives from some of the area's leading high tech firms and officials from all levels of government. The show is broadcast on the GMU-TV network and reaches 650,000 homes across Northern Virginia. It is broadcast locally on WPXW, Channel 66, reaching viewers in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, and is carried nationally, via satellite, on the Research Channel.


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