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Link Voices Press Materials
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LINK VOICES provides a unique collection of documentaries that show a medley of perspectives, untold stories and regional flavors. This impactful documentary series launches with a compelling mix of topics from LGBT rights and homelessness to racism and poverty, expressed by the people closest to the issues.
"We are excited to introduce LINK VOICES and expose viewers across the country to compelling, topical, daring stories that represent highly original and authentic voices," said Bohdan Zachary, Senior Vice President of Broadcast, Programming and Syndication. "We are certain these engaging, inspiring and bold films will challenge viewers' perspectives on art, politics, the environment and human nature."
Each film will include brief intros that set up the film and offer additional insight for viewers and provide further context tied to national and global issues in the news.
An online hub streams several of the documentary releases along with additional content inviting viewers to engage with the issues.
The ruling likens redacting video to drawing black boxes over sensitive information in paper documents and puts an end to agencies charging thousands of dollars to release police body camera footage and other multimedia records.
A task force convened by the Los Angeles County Office of Education released a framework Wednesday with guidelines for the county's 80 school districts as they plan for when, how — and maybe whether — to reopen school campuses.
Another 40-plus coronavirus deaths were reported in Los Angeles County today, as local shopping malls began reopening their doors thanks to loosened health restrictions.
A former aide to Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar today became the fourth person to agree to plead guilty to a felony charge stemming from the City Hall "pay-to-play" federal corruption probe.
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