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November 29, 1989 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hispanic Christian Communications Network, a Burbank-based television ministry, appealed Tuesday for the support of the Latino community in the organization's efforts to win federal approval for its proposed purchase of KEEF-TV Channel 68. "We really need the community to back us up," public relations director Walter Contreras said at a news conference, stressing that the bilingual programming would be non-sectarian.
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February 26, 1990 | RICHARD MAHLER
Allegations that the founder of an inactive Los Angeles TV station may gain more than $1 million from its proposed sale apparently are delaying a return to the air by KEEF-TV Channel 68, despite a controversial letter-writing campaign by an evangelical Hispanic group that wants to take over the troubled, black-owned outlet. A Federal Communications Commission official probing complaints brought against Booker Wade Jr.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 1990 | RICHARD MAHLER
Allegations that the founder of an inactive Los Angeles TV station may gain more than $1 million from its proposed sale apparently are delaying a return to the air by KEEF-TV Channel 68, despite a controversial letter-writing campaign by an evangelical Hispanic group that wants to take over the troubled, black-owned outlet. A Federal Communications Commission official probing complaints brought against Booker Wade Jr.
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November 27, 1989 | RICHARD MAHLER, Mahler, former staff writer for Broadcasting magazine and Electronic Media, is a frequent contributor to National Public Radio. and
Five years ago, Los Angeles was promised its first and only television station owned and operated by blacks. Today, much to the consternation of black community leaders, the stillborn UHF outlet may be on the verge of being turned over to an evangelical Spanish-language organization. The Burbank-based Hispanic Christian Communications Network says it has obtained the approval of all but one of the board members of the Black Television Workshop for the network's proposed $2.
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May 2, 1990 | RICHARD MAHLER
The fate of a black-owned public-television station in Los Angeles that has been kept off the air for more than 2 1/2 years has stalled within the Federal Communications Commission. "Nothing official is happening on the case pending a recommendation by the (FCC) general counsel's office on a request to disqualify the judge assigned to hear the case," explained Rod Porter, deputy chief of the regulatory agency's Mass Media Bureau.
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March 22, 1997 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
Pentecostal Christians are not known for putting much stock in shrines, but a little house near MacArthur Park in Los Angeles may soon be given the recognition due it as the place where the worldwide growth of Pentecostalism began 91 years ago. It was on April 9, 1906, that a fiery African American preacher by the name of William J. Seymour began proclaiming the Gospel from the front porch of 216 N. Bonnie Brae St., attracting growing multiracial crowds that spilled into the street.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 29, 1989 | CLAUDIA PUIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hispanic Christian Communications Network, a Burbank-based television ministry, appealed Tuesday for the support of the Latino community in the organization's efforts to win federal approval for its proposed purchase of KEEF-TV Channel 68. "We really need the community to back us up," public relations director Walter Contreras said at a news conference, stressing that the bilingual programming would be non-sectarian.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 27, 1989 | RICHARD MAHLER, Mahler, former staff writer for Broadcasting magazine and Electronic Media, is a frequent contributor to National Public Radio. and
Five years ago, Los Angeles was promised its first and only television station owned and operated by blacks. Today, much to the consternation of black community leaders, the stillborn UHF outlet may be on the verge of being turned over to an evangelical Spanish-language organization. The Burbank-based Hispanic Christian Communications Network says it has obtained the approval of all but one of the board members of the Black Television Workshop for the network's proposed $2.
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