KCET and 'SoCal Connected' Focus on Disaster in Japan | KCET
KCET and 'SoCal Connected' Focus on Disaster in Japan
'SOCAL CONNECTED' SPECIAL
JAPAN" FRIDAY, MARCH 11 AT 8:00 PM
KCET and 'SoCal
Connected' Focus on Japan's Massive 8.9 Quake
Los Angeles - March 11, 2011 - KCET is currently breaking
into its regular programming to deliver NHK's live coverage from Japan and will
be airing an hour long English language NHK special on the earthquake and
tsunami at 3:00 p.m. KCET's 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. news block will feature
an international perspective on the Japanese disaster, leading off with BBC World News, followed by Al Jazeera English News, NHK News feed and Israeli Broadcast Authority's IBA News. At 8:00 p.m., KCET will
feature a SoCal Connected special, "Disaster
in Japan," and will repeat its special Bracing
for a Quake at 9:00 p.m.
The Executive Producer of "Disaster in Japan" is Bret
Marcus. Co-Executive Producer is Justine Schmidt. Anchor is Val Zavala.
"Disaster in Japan" will be available for on-demand viewing
online at www.kcet.org/socalconnected following
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please visit www.kcet.org/socalconnected.
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