Los Angeles pubcaster KCETLink has named former Disney exec Michael Riley as its new CEO. Riley is a surprise choice for the job. The Canadian exec left ABC Family after a three-year tenure in 2013…
KCETLink, which was owner of Los Angeles’ flagship PBS affiliate until it went independent in 2011, said that it has reached an agreement with public educational station KLCS-TV to share a single…
Hard to believe it’s been almost a year since the death of Huell Howser, the folksy chronicler of all things weird and wonderful in California. KCET, the Los Angeles public TV station that Howser…
Continuing to carve out its post-PBS path, independent L.A. pubcaster KCET has merged with national network Link TV to form KCETLink, a programming service that will be a local-national hybrid.
The Church of Scientology is has just bought a bigger pulpit.
As KCET dumped PBS and officially went indie Sunday, the station was downgraded by two Southern California cable operators.
KCET Los Angeles has received a $1 million grant from the Ahmanson Foundation to help with its transition from PBS affiliate to indie pubcaster.
This and that: KCET salutes Sydney Pollack; Gordon Ramsay feeds us well; Moczulski to KTLA; Betty White alert!
L.A. pubcaster KCET-TV will pay tribute to multihyphenate Sydney Pollack on Monday by running Pollack’s 2005 docu "Sketches of Frank Gehry," followed by a 1994 interview Pollack did for PBS’ "Life…
Pubcaster KCET unspooled “The Old Settler” at the Leonard Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood on April 9. Telepic, hosted by Al Jerome, prexy and CEO of KCET, airs April 25.
KCET will produce the film "Roosters," the first time a public TV station has served as a production company on a feature, according to Ricki Franklin, KCET's director of cultural programs.
- Oscars Producer Says She Wouldn’t Want Anyone but Jimmy Kimmel to Host 90th Academy Awards
- Jude Law on ‘The Young Pope’ and How Global Politics Could Shape a New Season
- Cannes 2017 Lineup Is High on Auteur Intrigue, Low on Safe Awards Bets
- John Ridley’s L.A. Riots Documentary ‘Let It Fall’ Aims for Oscars Over Emmys