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February 3, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is more than a coincidence that Carlos Gonzalez and Victor Rabanales--the two featured fighters on the Pond's first of 18 boxing promotions--are from Mexico City. From their opening press conference to their first radio spot, the Pond's boxing promoters have made no mistake who their target audience is Monday night--Latinos. "We have a tremendous opportunity to cater to an audience that hasn't been here before," said the Pond's John Nicoletti, one of the event's promoters.
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February 3, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is more than a coincidence that Carlos Gonzalez and Victor Rabanales--the two featured fighters on the Pond's first of 18 boxing promotions--are from Mexico City. From their opening press conference to their first radio spot, the Pond's boxing promoters have made no mistake who their target audience is Monday night--Latinos. "We have a tremendous opportunity to cater to an audience that hasn't been here before," said the Pond's John Nicoletti, one of the event's promoters.
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July 25, 1994 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Vinyl records still spin and an "On the Air" sign still glows red, but the operators of Ventura County's lone public-access radio station fear they'll soon have to cut power on their round-the-clock transmission. Known as KDSK, the station offers amateur disc jockeys from across Southern California a chance to serve up their favorite music and test their radio patter, for free. "It's a small-town radio station and it has a small-town feeling," on-air announcer Derek Underhill said.
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