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The first hour will provide an overview on inaugural activities.In thesecond hour, HITN-TV will provide a forum from New York airing voices fromcitizens on their expectations about this historic moment Linea Abierta airsthis broadcast on a tape-delayed basis On Inauguration Day (Jan. 20), when crowds fill the nation's capital, two-hourcoverage showcases sounds and observations from Capitol Hill, where Obama andBiden take their Oath of Office; and Obama delivers his first presidentialspeech. In the second hour, Linea Abierta's special report includes stories filed bycorrespondents in Washington, commentary by political analysts and listenercalls On Wednesday (Jan. 21), a two-hour immigration reform segment takes centerstage with thousands of Latinos who are expected to descend on the Inauguralfestivities also rallying at the ICE's headquarters to express their feelingsabout immigration reform and other issues that fueled Latinos' fervor to casttheir ballots.The programming culminates Thursday (Jan Rays tickets.
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