KCET 50th Anniversary | KCET
KCET 50th Anniversary
About KCET 50th Anniversary
Times have changed, and the world has changed since we first went on the air on September 28, 1964. But our commitment to providing high quality educational and cultural programming on-air, online, and in the community is unwavering. Through the years, we have played an important role in the lives of many generations of Californians, as a source of information, learning, enlightenment, and inspiration. Join us as we reflect on our past milestones and accomplishments, while we usher in the future, inspiring a better state for all Californians.
In a bid to design a more multimodal Los Angeles, the Mayor’s office has announced the selection of a design team that is tasked to figure out how to complete the Los Angeles River Valley Bike Path from Canoga Park to Griffith Park.
Fortino Morales III is dedicated to raising awareness about food access at UC Riverside. His work is part of the UC Global Food Initiative, which seeks to harness UC’s resources to help sustainably and nutritiously feed a growing world population.
In their original poem "Her Name was Kitty", iLead North Hollywood students Ryann Ersoff, Mila Cuda, and Ashley Flores tell the shocking story of Kitty Genovese's rape and take a stand on violence against women.
Acclaimed comedy-drama "The Hollars" stars and was directed by John Krasinski. The ensemble cast also features Margo Martindale, Richard Jenkins and Sharlto Copley as a family who must come together under trying circumstances.