Sci-Fi Channel hit show films in Tucson

Hull, Tim
February 2001
Inside Tucson Business;02/26/2001, Vol. 10 Issue 49, p14
Reports developments related to television broadcasting in Tucson, Arizona as of February 2001. Details on the location shooting of the science fiction television show, LEXX 4; Appointment of officers for International Association of Business Communications; Need of an executive director for the Tucson Advertising Federation.


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