Saturday, January 2, 2010

So Long, 55


Our studio will still be in the back building at the southwest corner of Los Robles and Woodbury, and our small production room will still be across from the council chamber at City Hall.

But on Jan. 12, after more than two decades, 55 KPAS will move to channel 3 on the Charter Communications system.

This is a decision of Charter, not the City of Pasadena. Charter did offer to provide in-kind services to help promote the change, so I took them up on their offer. I wrote the PSA that they produced, which is running on many of the cable channels throughout their system.

You can see it here. Depending on your browser, it's either at the top of the screen or you'll have to scroll down to the bottom to see it.

Of course, you can always view KPAS online here (click on Video Streaming at the ride side of the screen).

4 comments:

Cafe Pasadena said...

Out with the old, In with the new. You aren't wasting time!
But, drivers long ago got this message & said, "Good Bye, 55!"

Happy New Yr, PIO!

Ann, how's our special project coming along! Hohoho!!!

Petrea said...

I'm sure everyone will find it just fine. Good PSA.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

The photo of Jackie Robinson's house has the wrong address.
He lived at 121 Pepper St.

Try this one instead:
http://thelifeandtimesofguylong.blogspot.com/

(Scroll down to middle of page)