The Los Angeles PBS outlet will continue on air, channel sharing with KSCI, and use its $49 million in auction proceeds to increase investment in PBS and other programming; invest in content production and broadband services on mobile and the web; restructure debt; and create an investment fund that generates annual revenues.
Longtime Public Broadcasting Service executive Andrew Russell is joining PBS SoCal as chief operating officer as the public television station ramps up its operations to better serve Southern California.
Myers Information Systems, a long-standing developer of broadcast traffic, business, and content management software, today announced the commissioning of its 50th media asset management (MAM) module for the company’s flagship ProTrack TV at noncommercial KOCE Los Angeles, which offers a full schedule of PBS and local interest programming. “Myers was an easy choice: it saves […]
In a market overshadowed by northern neighbor Los Angeles, The Orange County Register is testing the possibilities offered by nascent mobile technology.
While the Orange County, Calif., PBS station was quickly thrown into the national spotlight last year when it stepped in to fill the programming gap left when KCET Los Angeles ended its PBS affiliation, it’s lost no time in moving forward. KOCE President Mel Rogers talks about the station’s progress and explains its plans as it expands its reach to cover all of the nation’s second-largest market.