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The new organization will continue to operate from KCET's and PBS SoCal's existing Southern California locations in Burbank, Costa Mesa and Los Angeles.
Three months later, KCET sold off its assets to the Church of Scientology.
Imperialism, KCET, July 26, 2013, http://www.kcet.org/socal/departures/ columns/lost-landmarks/the-flood-st-francis-dam-disaster-william-mulholland-and-thecasualties-of-la-imperialism.html (Last visited Apr.
('God knows why we do some things; it amazes me, frankly,' says one WNET insider.) And Los Angeles' KCET broke from the pack and delayed its showing until its British TV festival in February, which undercut any effort at national promotion.
Similarly, Al Jazeera's programming in English has seen piecemeal network growth through programming deals with public-service broadcasters such as KCET (7) (Jensen, 2011) and cable companies that serve smaller networks of cities.
She continues to serve on the board of KCET, the largest public television station in southern California.
(13.) Toledo interview; KCET "Life and Times" Television Program, 19 April 2006; KTLA News, 30 April 2006; Regalado, "Baseball in the Barrios," 47.
KCET, the PBS TV affiliate in Los Angeles, will exit PBS effective Jan.
(KCET)--produce[d] approximately 60 percent of the programming for all
The local television station KCET once made a program called Things That Aren't Here Anymore, and it was so popular that they made a sequel, More Things That Aren't Here Anymore.
(2) Department of Polymer Technology, KCET, Virudhunagar 626 001, Tamil Nadu, India
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