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March 23, 1992 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
PBS has notified the producers of "Edge," an innovative pop-culture series, that the network will not renew its $2-million grant for next season--a decision that probably spells extinction for the 6-month-old show. A monthly magazine hosted by Robert Krulwich, "Edge" has been praised by TV critics as hip, engaging programming since its premiere last October. It had been seen by both PBS and WNET executives as a way to attract younger viewers to public television.
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March 23, 1992 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
PBS has notified the producers of "Edge," an innovative pop-culture series, that the network will not renew its $2-million grant for next season--a decision that probably spells extinction for the 6-month-old show. A monthly magazine hosted by Robert Krulwich, "Edge" has been praised by TV critics as hip, engaging programming since its premiere last October. It had been seen by both PBS and WNET executives as a way to attract younger viewers to public television.
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