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KCET, a local independent television station serving Southern and Central California, recently won the 2012 Excellence Award from the publication Broadcast Engineering for the station’s new state-of-the-art facility in Burbank. In April 2012, KCET...
Burbank welcomed KCET to the neighborhood Friday with a formal ceremony christening the independent television station's April 16 move to the Pointe, a gleaming glass high-rise in the Media District. Burbank Mayor Jess Talamantes, KCET Chief Executive...
Starting Monday, KCET will be working out of The Pointe in Burbank, sharing the new LEED Gold-certified building with other industry tenants, including DC Comics and Warner Bros. The move comes after the independent television station’s break...
Tallyrand Restaurant has a new fan in Huell Howser. The TV icon who tours the state looking for interesting stories is spreading the word about the restaurant's hometown feel and hot turkey sandwiches on his show "California's Gold," which airs on...
In light of a second preliminary court ruling in favor of Aereo, a service that lets people record and watch broadcast television programs through the Internet, a top News Corp. executive says the company may take its Fox television stations off the...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsI have a long-standing rule for myself about covering games: I don't wear the color of the team I'm covering or the team that they're playing. Usually that means I just end up wearing black a lot. Today, I'm breaking that rule. I'm wearing a neon...
A bomb squad combing a Costa Mesa home where police say a man blew himself up in an apparent suicide have found three additional explosive devices inside, authorities said Monday. Sixteen homes near the 3100 block of Bermuda Drive have been evacuated as...
A man who apparently blew himself up with explosives in his Costa Mesa home wrote a rambling, 17,000-word essay that warned of dangers in his house, according to a person close to the investigation. “I am at 3152 Bermuda Dr., Costa Mesa, CA, USA....
Tags: O.J. Simpson, Emergency Incidents, Explosions, FBI
Are new jobs worth giving companies tax breaks? That question that came up during a community forum of local mayors. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Elkhart Mayor Dick Moore, Mishawaka Mayor Dave Wood and Goshen Mayor Allan Kauffman participated in a...
Roger Ebert, the Pulitzer Prize-winning movie critic whose gladiatorial "thumbs-up, thumbs-down" assessments turned film reviewing into a television sport and whose passion for independent film helped introduce a new generation of filmmakers to...
Tags: Reviews, Marketing, Weight, The Walt Disney Co., Film Festivals
President Barack Obama pleaded with Congress last week to remember the victims of December’s schoolhouse shootings in Connecticut and tighten the nation’s gun laws. "Shame on us if we’ve forgotten," he said. "Don’t get squishy."...
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.'s shopping spree continued Thursday with the announcement of a $373.3 million deal that extends its television reach to a third of U.S. viewing households. Sinclair will gain 20 additional stations in eight markets by...
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