CUTV and HAL pair up for wireless broadcast endeavor

Forget strained necks and sore legs as you stand around watching the Hall building’s CUTV monitors. Because of a partnership with HAL (Hub des Artistes Locaux), connecting to Concordia’s student-run television station from virtually anywhere in Montreal is now no more than a click away.

Forget strained necks and sore legs as you stand around watching the Hall building’s CUTV monitors. Because of a partnership with HAL (Hub des Artistes Locaux), connecting to Concordia’s student-run television station from virtually anywhere in Montreal is now no more than a click away.

HAL consists of a wireless internet service that circulates creative content around Montreal caf

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