The Connecticut Network, also known as CT-N, is a 24-hour Cable TV Government-access television (GATV) network that provides coverage of Connecticut state government and public affairs. Founded in 1999, the television network and its programming are the products of the Connecticut General Assembly but is currently managed by a nonprofit organization called the Connecticut Public Affairs Network, under contract with the Connecticut Office of Legislative Management.
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