For the first time, residents of the Monterey Peninsula will get to help program a local cable channel. As part of the three-year negotiations between the city of Monterey and Tele-Communications, Inc. (TCI), the Peninsula's largest cable operator, at least one and as many as four channels will be set aside for public access programming.

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