Crown City News

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Crown City News
Also known as CCN - Crown City News
Genre News
Created by Tami DeVine
Chavel DeVine
Directed by Todd Fluker
Grant Derderian
Presented by Sehnita Joshua Mattison
Curtis Peek (Weather)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 9
No. of episodes 432 (as of January 26, 2012)
Production
Producer(s) Lily Nuno
Robert Moran
Kelly Forsch
Location(s) Pasadena Community Network
Pasadena, California
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Pasadena Community Network
Original run November 22, 2004  – present
External links
Website

Crown City News ("CCN") is a local television and online news organization which serves Pasadena, California and the San Gabriel Valley. Crown City News airs as a weekly, 30-minute television newscast on the Pasadena Community Network Monday nights at 6:00PM and also provides online news throughout the week for locals.[1] Weekly editions of Crown City News include segments with local news stories, an "on camera" interview segment, San Gabriel Valley weather and sports, and technology news.

Game Changers[edit]

Crown City News Game Changers is a weekly, in-depth interview program anchored by Tami DeVine and produced by Crown City News. CCN Game Changers interviews a different and notable person making a difference in the community ("changing the game") each week. Featured guests include Jesse Ventura and Isiah Washington.[1]

Notable coverage[edit]

Crown City News has provided extensive television coverage of several events of importance to the local community over the last several years. CCN produces and airs live coverage of the Pasadena Marathon each year, featuring live coverage from reporters along the route. In the midst of the summer of 2009 station fire (2009) on August 29, 2009, CCN provided live local coverage of the fire, interviewing city and fire officials from the City of Pasadena and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.[2] CCN also provided extensive reports and stories online during the December of 2011 wind storms which caused nearly $50 million[3][4] in damages to Pasadena.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About Crown City News". crowncitynews.com. Crown City News. Retrieved 29 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Mayor Bill Bogaard - CCN Fire Coverage - August 29, 2009". Crown City News. Retrieved 29 April 2012. 
  3. ^ "2011 Windstorm Web Page". City of Pasadena, CA. Retrieved 29 April 2012. 
  4. ^ "Pasadena Wind Storms: The Latest Information". CrownCityNews.com. Crown City News. Retrieved 29 April 2012. 

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