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A Proud History of News, Part 3 -- 'California Connected' and 'SoCal Connected'

In 2002 KCET launched "California Connected." We were a part of four-California station consortium, and David Brancaccio and later Lisa McRee hosted. The show contained stories from every corner of California and was seen statewide on 12 public televi...
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Bringing the Spirit of the Holidays to Los Angeles

Just as dependable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, KCET brings the residents of our city a chance to celebrate ourselves and spirit of the holidays each and every Christmas Eve.
American Bandstand | Photo by Cathy Bower 1988
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American Bandstand and KCET?

While not a KCET production, Dick Clark's "American Bandstand" did film on the KCET lot back in 1987.
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Finding California's Gold... in California Food

Huell visited a lot of restaurants in his day, and more than a few named menu items in his honor. We're trying to list off all the Huell Howser dishes we can think of. Can you think of more?
Hugh Hewitt, Patt Morrison, Rubén Martinez | Life & Times 1993
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KCET -- A Proud History of News, Part Two

A look back on KCET's longest-running news show, "Life & Times."
Jeffrey Kaye and Clete Roberts | KCET Newsbeat
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KCET -- A Proud History of News, Part One

Take a look back at KCET's history of news shows, starting from the earliest days of the station up until "By the Year 2000" in the late 80s.
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That's Amazing! Chapman University Opens Permanent Huell Howser Exhibit

Chapman University celebrated the opening of a permanent Huell Howser exhibit as well as thirty years of "California's Gold."
 Videolog Reunion | Photo by Cathy Bower 1988
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Huell Howser's Videolog Reunion 1988

Just before Huell Howser launched "California's Gold," he hosted a reunion of the subjects of his famed Videologue series at the Bullocks Wilshire Tea Room.
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Hollywood Television Theater's 'Steambath'

KCET takes a look back at a 1973 TV production of the play "Steambath," which featured Bill Bixby and Valerie Perrine.
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On KCET in 1985: 'Penn & Teller Go Public'

Remembering KCET's 1985 special, "Penn & Teller Go Public," which helped introduce the pair of magicians to a national audience.
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