October 1983 - Public Affairs Series 'KCET Journal' Premieres | KCET
October 1983 - Public Affairs Series 'KCET Journal' Premieres
In October 1983, the station premiered the award-winning public affairs documentary series, "KCET Journal."
The hour-long program featured segments dealing with contemporary life, such as "Crimes of Neglect," a feature on teenage runaways, and "Generations of Violence," a report on domestic and family abuse.
The program, produced by longtime KCET news producer Nancy Salter, aired until 1990 and was a forerunner to later KCET programs such as "Life & Times," "California Connected," and "SoCal Connected."
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