PHOTO: Old Television Set - Remember Public Televisions in Haiti?

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Look at this photo of an old television set... Growing up in Haiti I remember standing in a street to watching TV on a public television set just like this one in the early 80's

Anyone who grew up in Hinche Haiti will probably recall an old public television set that was sitting on the top of the wall of SEPRNN


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