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Bloomsday 2012

KHQ, SWX Offer Unprecedented Coverage of Bloomsday 2012

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© KHQ and SWX will carry the Elite Division races from start to end, thanks to backpack TV technology (Photo: SWX) © KHQ and SWX will carry the Elite Division races from start to end, thanks to backpack TV technology (Photo: SWX)
SPOKANE, Wash. -

The 36th running of Bloomsday is Sunday in Spokane, with more than 50,000 runners expected to participate this year. And this time, SWX is planning unprecedented coverage of the event.

SWX will have live cameras following both the men's and women's Elite Division runners. Viewers will be able to see every step of the action - from the starting line, to Cemetery Hill, to Doomsday Hill and all the way to the finish.

Live coverage starts at 7 a.m. On KHQ, SWX and SWXRightNow.com. Viewers within the Eastern Washington-North Idaho viewing area can also watch coverage on mobile devices using the Syncbak app.

 

Bloomsday Coverage

7:00 - 8:00 a.m. - LIVE on KHQ, SWX, SWXRightNow.com
8:00 - 10:00 a.m. - LIVE on SWX, SWXRightNow.com
10:00 - 12 Noon - LIVE on SWXRightNow.com (finish line camera)

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