April 25, 1990 |
Riverside County congressional candidate Jeffrey Jacobs will appear on KCOP Channel 13's public-affairs program "A.D.I." May 6 as a result of the station broadcasting a film last week that featured his competitor, Ralph Waite, station manager Rick Feldman said Tuesday. Jacobs will be on the 6 a.m. show for 10 minutes, the same amount of time that Waite was on-screen for "A Wedding on Walton's Mountain," a 1982 made-for-television movie that KCOP aired last Wednesday.
April 21, 1990 |
For the second time in as many months, a Los Angeles television station has been asked for equal time by a Riverside County congressional candidate after the station aired a film starring Ralph Waite, who is also seeking the seat. Jeffrey Jacobs, who is running against Waite for the Democratic nomination in the 37th Congressional District, contacted KCOP Channel 13 on Thursday after it broadcast "A Wedding on Walton's Mountain" at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
October 7, 1994 |
Being a reporter in the '90s means chasing tragedy. Thus, the only good thing about this week's grisly cult massacre in Cheiry, Switzerland, is that at least it's a temporary diversion for some of the sensation-driven media riveted to even the trivia of the Simpson-Goldman homicide case. Among them is the notorious "Premier Story," a 4-month-old syndicated tabloid series aired locally on KCOP-TV Channel 13, the station now boasting that its scrawny half-hour newscast at 10 p.m.
January 18, 1991 |
During most of the early hours of the attack on Iraq, the local independent TV stations in Los Angeles looked like so many affiliates of Cable News Network. KTLA Channel 5, KCAL Channel 9, KTTV Channel 11 and KCOP Channel 13 all have contracts to run as little or as much CNN coverage as they want. The stations are happy to have the power and reach of CNN in a time of world crisis, but it can cause problems with station identities.
August 15, 1987
When Ruben Flores and his bride Gloria exchanged wedding vows on Feb. 14, 1985, they knew cameras from KCOP-TV, Channel 13, news were chronicling the romantic moment for a special Valentine's Day segment. But what the couple apparently did not know was that the footage would be rebroadcast more than a year later as part of the television station's "expose" on sham marriages involving illegal aliens.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1991
Bill Press, who lost his bid for the Democratic nomination for state insurance commissioner last year, will become a news commentator in Los Angeles for KCOP Channel 13 starting Jan. 14, station executive Jeff Wald said Thursday. Press also has a radio show on KABC, which he will continue. He formerly was a commentator for KABC Channel 7 during a career that has mixed broadcasting and political involvement. In 1988, he mounted a race for the Democratic nomination for the U.S.
September 11, 1992 |
Rush Limbaugh is sitting there in a den-like setting in his new, daily TV talk show that debuts Monday on KCOP-TV Channel 13 and other stations around the nation, and he is clearly relishing every moment. It is a video of a rehearsal, and the phenomenally successful, conservative iconoclast of radio--and bane of liberals--is delivering just what you'd expect in his big move to the home screen in a half-hour program that is virtually a solo performance from beginning to end.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 9, 1999 |
Cal State Northridge's student-run newscast, "Valley View," has a new look due to a set donated by KCOP-TV Channel 13. Previously, students producing the weekly show had to use a makeshift set with a wooden desk, a couple of nondescript chairs and a gray wall as a backdrop. "We looked like we did it out of a closet," said Rick Marks, CSUN journalism professor. "We look great now. It's just much more professional."
September 24, 1991 |
The long-awaited football showdown between the Southern Section Division I and City 4-A Division champions will have to wait another year. The game, which was to have been played Dec. 20 at Cerritos College, has been postponed because TV station KCOP (Channel 13) decided that it needed more time to put the game together. The game also does not have final approval by the California Interscholastic Federation State Federated Council, which is expected later this week.