A Letter from Dick Cook and Andrew Russell to Members and Viewers | KCET
A Letter from Dick Cook and Andrew Russell to Members and Viewers
Dear Members and Viewers
This is an exciting day for public media in Southern California. As of today, PBS SoCal, KCET and LINK TV are united into one new community-supported institution – the PUBLIC MEDIA GROUP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
First, we’d like to reassure you:
- You will continue to find all your favorite PBS programs and original shows on the PBS SoCal, KCET and Link TV content channels for now.
- PBS SoCal, KCET and Link TV will keep their names, and will continue to broadcast all our existing channels.
- PBS SoCal and KCET will both continue to accept contributions from members – and your ongoing support will help advance the mission of the new organization.
You will be first to know as we begin to make changes to improve our delivery of a public media service that entertains, educates, informs and empowers.
Together as PUBLIC MEDIA GROUP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, we can tell more stories that matter to you through original content that reflects the diversity of our region and the full schedule of PBS programs. And through our three content services – PBS SoCal, KCET and LINK TV – you will be able to access our library of programs for streaming on any internet-connected screen, on seven Southern California broadcast channels, and on one national satellite channel.
You, our donors and supporters, help us fulfill our calling – to use the power of public media to support an informed and engaged community – which is more important now than ever. Today, the founding of PUBLIC MEDIA GROUP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA allows us to advance our mission in content, community engagement, early childhood education and social impact services.
We know you will have more questions and you’ll find more information about PUBLIC MEDIA GROUP OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA in our FAQ.
Thank you for your continued support.
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