Video Feed: Governor Rendell says Uninsured Pennsylvanians with Pre-existing Conditions Will Benefit from Health Care Reform

The Pennsylvania Satellite News Service will provide a digital satellite video feed between 8 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. (20:00 – 20:15 Eastern) tonight, Thursday, Sept. 30, of Governor Edward G. Rendell and White House Office of Health Reform Director Nancy-Ann DeParle highlighting how the federal Affordable Care Act provides uninsured adults with pre-existing conditions the opportunity to get health insurance. Pennsylvania's high-risk pool, called PA Fair Care, opens tomorrow.

Governor Rendell and Director DeParle participated via videoconference in an event held near Scranton earlier today.

For a related news release, visit www.pa.gov.

Feed coordinates are:

TIME:  20:00 to 20:15 (Eastern)

FORMAT: 16 x 9

SATELLITE: AMC - 2 (KU-Band - DIGITAL)

ORBITAL POSITION:  79 Degrees

TRANSPONDER: K 14

CHANNEL: B (9Mhz)

SYM RATE: 6.380 msps

FEC: 5/6

BIT RATE:  9.799346

DOWNLINK POL: Vertical

DOWNLINK FREQ: 11975.50 MHz

AUDIO: 6.2 / 6.8

TECH TROUBLE: 717-772-4282

/PRNewswire-USNewswire -- Sept. 30/

SOURCE Pennsylvania Office of the Governor

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