Elson Trinidad | KCET
Born and raised in Los Angeles (watching KCET since toddler-age), Elson Trinidad has been a KCET contributor since 2012, covering Asian/Pacific Islander communities and local environmental issues, and in 2014 wrote and curated KCET's 50th Anniversary
section. He is also an accomplished singer/musician, community activist, historian, and nonprofit professional.
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On July 14, 1990, the Metro Blue Line light rail route opened, signifying the return of rail transit in Southern California for the first time in 27 years.
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As part of the FCC's transition to digital television, KCET shut off its UHF analog television signal on June 12, 2009.
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Continuing its tradition of insightful, award-winning news programs, "SoCal Connected," anchored by Val Zavala, first aired in September 2008.
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On July 11, 2008, Pasadena's IndyMac Bank was placed in receivership of the FDIC, during a period also accompanied by high unemployment and housing foreclosures in the region.
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"Departures," KCET's innovative web series on the cultural, social, political, and artistic profiles of Los Angeles' diverse fabric of neighborhoods, launched online in September 2006.
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"A Place Of Our Own," the award-winning series directed toward educating childcare providers, and its Spanish language version, "Los Niños en Su Casa," first aired in September 2005.