This collection contains master recordings of "Life and Times," a half-hour public affairs series produced by and broadcast
on KCET-TV from 1992 to 2007. From its start, the show aired Monday through Friday. Over the course of its 16-year run, “Life
and Times” went through a number of format changes, but its goal to provide a quality alternative to commercial television
news for Southern Californians remained constant. "Life and Times" won numerous Los Angeles Area Emmy awards and Golden Mikes.
KCET-TV Channel 28 is an educational independent television station located in Los Angeles, California.
KCET first signed on the air on September 28, 1964 as an affiliate of National Educational Television (NET).
When the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) was established in 1970, KCET became a charter member.
The station was Southern California's flagship PBS member station until December 31, 2010, when it ended its partnership with
PBS after 40 years to become the nation's largest independent public television station. Until moving to new offices in Burbank
in 2012, KCET broadcast from its studios in Hollywood. In addition to its signature news program "Life and Times," KCET produced
Huell Howser's "Cailfornia Gold," "Tavis Smiley," "California Connected," and a number of children's programs including "Storytime."
3,472 videotapes (332 boxes)
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