Juan Devis | KCET
As Chief Creative Officer, Juan Devis is responsible for the oversight of all production and editorial output from long-form episodes to short-form digital series. His role in developing strategic partnerships with funders, organizations and independent production houses ensures a new slate of content for both KCET in Southern California and Link TV nationwide. Devis develops creative strategies that define KCETLink’s editorial and artistic vision. He also spearheads the stations’ arts and culture initiatives and produces the Emmy® award winning Artbound as well as current series that include Lost LA, The Migrant Kitchen and Studio A among others. Devis joined the organization 10 years ago as a freelance producer with the foresight of expanding programming onto the emerging digital web platform. Devis has won numerous awards for his film, TV, and interactive work including Emmys, Webbys, National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards, and more.
Post date: 2010-07-22T08:37:15-07:00
In memory of Navalette Tabor Bailey, we remember her with this interview and thank her for her contribution to Los Angeles and its history.
Post date: 2010-07-12T08:13:15-07:00
In many ways, Venice Beach is this neighborhood's raison d'Ãªtre. This week Departures takes a look at the state of Venice sunshine.
Post date: 2010-05-25T10:19:26-07:00
The 4th wave of migrants in the 70's and early 80's saw a complete transformation of L.A.'s Chinatown.
Post date: 2010-04-29T07:12:20-07:00
Did you know that waves of migration to Chinatown rarely followed a direct path? It's true. For many Chinese, the first stop on their journey was not America at all, but Vietnam.
Post date: 2010-03-08T00:58:57-08:00
When a group of migrant farmers created a community garden out of an empty lot in South Central, they had no idea they were launching a movement.
Post date: 2010-02-18T07:24:52-08:00
The first wave of migration from China stretches from the age of the Californios to the creation of a new Los Angeles Chinatown in the 1930's.