Pasadena Community Network

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The Arroyo Channel, KPAS, KLRN, PCC-TV
Pasadena, California
Branding Pasadena Media
Slogan When Neighborhood Voices create Community Visions.
Channels Digital: 3, 32, 95, 96
Owner PCAC
Founded 1983
Call letters' meaning Pasadena Media
Website PasadenaMedia.org

Pasadena Media is a non-profit organization governed by Pasadena Community Access Corporation (a municipal operating company) in Pasadena, California which oversees four television stations and a community media center in Pasadena, California and other parts of the San Gabriel Valley.

History[edit]

In 2007 the Pasadena Community Access Corporation (PCAC) created Pasadena Media[1] to provide local individuals and/or groups use of a telecommunications technology to communicate information and ideas. The station airs content both as a Public, educational, and government access (PEG) channel and a community media center.

Pasadena Media Today[edit]

Pasadena Media, is a non-profit organization governed by Pasadena Community Access Corporation (a municipal operating company) in Pasadena, California which oversees four television channels: The Arroyo Channel (Channel 32), KPAS (Channel 3), KLRN (Channel 95) and PCC TV (Channel 96) and a community media access center. Original programming includes Crown City News, Daheli LIVE and Good Day Pasadena.

References[edit]

  1. ^ PCAC information on official Pasadena city website |http://ww2.cityofpasadena.net/commissions/pcac.asp/

PCAC information on the official City of Pasadena, Ca website: http://www.cityofpasadena.net/Affiliated_Agency-PCAC.aspx

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