Cable Positive’s Atlanta Chapter holds its 2nd "Positively Art" fundraiser Oct 20. The chapter is searching for donated original works by cable industry artists. It also welcomes donations from collectors. Contact Jeff Perri, 404-847-6580/jeff.perri@cox.com. — Cable in the Classroom is doing its part to help the victims of Katrina, providing school supplies and virtual resources for displaced students. Several cable programmers are preparing educational video libraries and curriculum that CIC will send to schools in LA, MS and AL. It’s also organized VSKOOL (http://www.vskool.org) to help students get online resources, homework help, etc. — Court TV created a Web site that lists resources for victims; national organizations listed include those providing legal assistance, unemployment and tax help. The site also lists local assistance groups in AL, GA, LA, MS, and TX. — HGTV donated $50K through the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Hurricane Katrina Recovery Fund to help preserve LA’s historic buildings and neighborhoods that were damaged by the hurricane. — In support of "Al Roker Investigates: Menace on Main St" (tonight, 10pm),Court TV is offering educational video clips to teach parents and kids about the dangers of gangs. The resources are available online at http://www.courttv.com/choices.

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