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44 - CAPE GAZETI - Friday, January 12 -Monday, January 15, 2007 WHYY television to unveil Dover news bureau Station dedicated to reporting on Delaware WHYY, the only television sta- tion with a nightly news program dedicated to the First State, will fotnially unveil its new state-of- the-art Dover Community News Bureau at 5:27 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 17. Attending a ceremonial ribbon cutting inside the facility, located in the Citizens Bank Building at 8 Loockerman Street in Dover will be WHYY President and CEO William J. Marrazzo; Dover Mayor Stephen R. Speed; Molly Dickinson Shepard, chair- woman of WHYY's board of directors; dignitaries; and several other WHYY representativeS. The .ceremony will air live on WHYY TV12- as a lead for WHYY Delaware Tonight. The bureau extends WHYY's broadcast and production capabil- ities-tr"cover ntvs and events throughout the entire state of Delaware.  WHYY first announced plans for the Dover Community News Bureau in June 2005. Following the ribbon:cutting ceremony, Marrazzo, Speed and Dickenson Shepard will join other invited guests for a special recep- tion at the Schwartz Center. Attendees will watch the 5:30 p.m. live broadcast of WHYY Delaware Tonight, which will be anchored from Dover by Delaware Tonight's Nancy Karibjanian. "Living up to WHYY's mission to connect each of us to" the world's richest ideas and all of us to each other, the Dover Community News Bureau allows WHYY to better serve the needs of all Delawareans from the rural reaches of Sussex County to met- ropolitan Wilmington," said Marrazzo. "I would personally like to thank the people of Delaware, the Longwood Foundation, the Welfare Foundation, and the Crystal Trust for their generosity in funding this project." The location of the bureau near Legislative Hall, enables WHYY to provide ongoing coverage of the political process, including live and' taped reports on legisla- tive debates and "issues as they unfold. The facility will enable WHYY to be more effective and efficient in covering live news, such as the Janl 1'8 State of the State address by Delaware Gov. Ruth Ann Miuner. "The opening of WHYY's News Bureau is, itself, great news for the city of Dover. The recent rapid growth we have seen will provide more than enough materi- al for WHYY's broadcasts," said Speed. "I speak for all of the leadership in Dover when I say that we are excited about this opening and look forward to all of the outstanding reporting which the Dover Bureau will offer." Designed by Mitchell Associates of Wilmington with. Louis R0senberg IIDA as project principal, WHYY's Dover Community News Bureau broad- ens the content of WHYY's night- ly newscast, WHYY Delaware Tonight, seen each weekday at 5:30 p.m. on TV12; WHYY 12.1 (Comcast Channel 240) at 6:30 p.m., and accessed anytime via Comcast's ON DEMAND and Reports filed from the Dover News Bureau will also be used in WHYY 91Fm newscasts. WHYY Delaware Tonight is anchored by Nancy Karibjanian; Dover bureau chief is Patrick Mairs. "This new broadcast facility provides De[awareans with imme- diate, live coverage of important issues that affect citizens through- out the First State, providing con- text and insight to complex sub- jects," said Paul Gluck, WHYY vice president and station manag- er. "WHYY will be shedding light on legislative issues and will examine the unique stories of Kent and Sussex counties for In'st state viewers." WHYY Delaware Tonight debuted in 1963 and is dedicated to reporting the news and issues of Delaware. It is produced from WHYY's Delaware Broadcast Center in Wilmington with anchor- Karibjanian. News Director Micheline Boudrean is responsi- ble for overall coverage of the news in Delaware. WHYY's cur- rent studios at 625 Orange Street were built in 1990. 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