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2010 Supreme Convention

posted Jul 29, 2010, 3:39 PM by Council Geek   [ updated Jul 29, 2010, 4:09 PM ]
Catholic TV & Radio Coverage of the 2010 Supreme Convention
Three Catholic television networks and two Catholic radio networks will be providing live coverage of the 128th Supreme Convention in Washington, D.C. August 3-5, 2010.
EWTN logoEWTN television will broadcast convention proceedings via its cable and satellite affiliates throughout North and South America, Europe, Africa and the Pacific Rim of Asia. News Director Raymond Arroyo will be onsite Tuesday, Aug. 3, with live coverage of the opening Mass, the Supreme Knight's annual report, and the States Dinner, as well as  interviews and updates on convention activities.
EWTN Radio will also broadcast live from the convention site and provide live audio of the opening Mass and business session.  EWTN is carried on many independent Catholic radio stations around the United States, as well as via streaming audio on the Internet.

Salt & Light TV  logoCanada's Salt & Light TV will cover the convention events live to its audience of over two million people in Canada alone, and tens of thousands of people the world over viewing the live streaming on the Salt and Light website, providing English and French-language reports by Basilian Father Thomas Rosica and a team of correspondents.  S&L will cover all three days of this year's Supreme Convention
Boston Cath TV logoBoston-based CatholicTV returns for its third year of broadcast coverage to its national audience. News anchor Kevin Nelson will provide live reports, activities and interviews from the convention site throughout the opening day's events. Catholic TV is now available on selected cable systems around the United States.

Catholic Channel  logoSirusXM Satellite Radio's Catholic Channel will once again broadcast live from the convention, carrying The Busted Halo Show with Paulist Father Dave Dwyer on Monday, Aug. 2 and Tuesday, August 3 from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. EDT.  New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York will also originate his weekly program, A Conversation with the Archbishop, from the convention site.