Time Warner Cable News North Carolina to Present a Special Political Program Highlighting Changes to North Carolina’s Voting Process on February 26th

Network’s “Decision 2016: Make Your Vote Count” To Debut at 7:30 p.m.

North Carolina Voting Special Produced In Collaboration With The
League Of Women Voters

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Time Warner Cable News North Carolina (TWC News North Carolina)
today announced it will debut Decision 2016: Make Your
Vote Count
, a special on North Carolina’s voting process, on
Friday, February 26th at 7:30 p.m. Anchor Tim Boyum
and the network’s news team will provide viewers with a comprehensive
overview of North Carolina’s political parties, breakdown the changes in
the state’s voting laws, and offer a thorough look into voter resources.

The network’s informative half-hour special will examine the importance
of voting and take viewers through the voting process – including
registration – providing step by step details on what people need to
know at the polls. The program will also delve into North Carolina’s new
voter ID law, which will require North Carolina voters to show one of
six “acceptable forms” of photo ID to cast their vote.

Decision 2016: Make Your Vote Count is produced in
collaboration with the League of Women Voters of North Carolina,
a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active
participation in government. In late 2015, TWC News North Carolina and
the League of Women Voters of North Carolina announced their joint
effort on a series of nonpartisan political initiatives, including
vignettes and public service announcements leading up to key political
races in an effort to help inform North Carolinians about recent changes
to the voting process.

After the debut of Decision 2016: Make Your Vote Count,
the network will re-air the program on Saturday, February 27th
at 12:30 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., and on Sunday, February 28th,
11:00 a.m. The special will also be shown statewide leading up to North
Carolina’s Presidential preference primary and other statewide primary
elections on March 15, 2016. For additional re-airs, visit www.twcnews.com.

Time Warner Cable News provides in-depth local news programming
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(Rochester, Buffalo, Albany, Hudson Valley, Central New York and the
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NY1 and Spanish language network TWC News NY1 Noticias in New York City.

About League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 when women won the right
to vote. For ninety-five years the centerpiece of the League’s mission
is to expand civic participation and the voice of all Americans at the
three levels of government. The LWV operates in all fifty states as well
as DC, the Virgin Islands and Hong Kong. Its work is grounded in the
respected history and mission to increase voter engagement and
understanding of public policy through education and advocacy to make
democracy work for all.

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Nikia Redhead, 212-379-3750