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PBS SoCal and KCET with KPCC and digital companion LAist to deliver free, local daily news programing across multiple platforms throughout Southern California via a new on-air and online program called SOCAL UPDATE. The new weekday series available on radio, television, online streaming, podcasts and social media will feature unbiased, vital news issues from across the ci​ty. Topics thus far have included the potential for school openings, the city’s rent crises, financial challenges for regional child care providers, the potential impact of proposed new immigration plans, and more. Pending the news of the day, SOCAL UPDATE may feature conversations with Southern California’s leaders, journalists and experts as well as an alternating panel of reporters. The daily report promises to keep both viewers and listeners informed of locally sourced news.

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University of Southern California Students Travel to Greece to Develop Real-World Solutions to Refugee Crisis in World Premiere of New Documentary ‘LIVES NOT GRADES’ Presented by KCET

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Southern California Students Can Now Submit Short Films For Consideration for 2021 KCET FINE CUT Festival of Films In Documentary, Animation and Narrative Categories Deadline June 5, 2021

All-New FINE CUT Virtual Speaker Series OffersStudent Filmmakers Continued Film Education and ResourcesEvery Tuesday at 7pm in April
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Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival Press Assets

PBS SoCal and KCET have announced the return of the third annual Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival, the only festival of its kind in Los Angeles, going virtual this year from April 12 through 23, 2021.