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June 24, 1997 | DAVID GREENBERG
KCLU-FM (88.3), a National Public Radio affiliate located at Cal Lutheran University, has hired radio veteran Rob Selkow as program director. Selkow, 33, served as program director for six years at WFIT in Melbourne, Fla. He replaces Mike West, who recently moved to Ohio after being with the station since its inception more than two years ago. KCLU "is a jewel of a station," Selkow said in explaining why he made the cross-country trek. "I really like being near L.A.
January 12, 1996
The Van Nuys-based California Women's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies has a new executive director. Deborah Werner, currently with Social Model Recovery Systems Inc. in Los Angeles, will take over at the women's commission, replacing current executive director Laurie Drabble, commission officials said. "Laurie is going on to do more consulting work," said Karen Kent, program director at the commission.
February 5, 1993 | LARRY STEWART
With an overload of programming, it sometimes gets confusing which events are carried on all-sports radio station KMPC and which are farmed out to sister station KLITE-FM (101.9). Thursday night, the UCLA-Washington game was on KLITE, the Clippers and Chicago Bulls on KMPC. KMPC General Manager Bill Ward said program director Len Weiner got together with the American Network Group, the UCLA rights-holders, and the Clippers before the season to work out a schedule where conflicts existed.
March 14, 1986 | Andy Rose
About 300 students will spend this weekend at Villa Park High School to participate in an anti-drug program featuring former athletes. The Orange Unified School District is sponsoring the two-day event. Similar programs have already taken place at the district's other three high schools.
January 15, 1988 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Hilary Buff, 17, of Anaheim, an active youth leader at Anaheim's Temple Beth Emet and a Loara High School senior, is the first female student to be elected international president of the United Synagogue of America Youth Program. The group, organized nearly half a century ago, is made up of 25,000 Conservative Jewish teen-agers from the United States, Canada, Israel and England.
April 28, 1987 | THOMAS K. ARNOLD
Local radio programmers aren't worried that San Diego might become the next battlefield in the Federal Communication Commission's escalating war on shock radio. Opening salvos in that war were fired two weeks ago, when Howard Stern, New York's notorious blue-tongued deejay, was warned by the FCC to tone down his language, and Los Angeles public radio station KPFK-FM was threatened with criminal prosecution for airing a play about AIDS that included some graphic descriptions of sexual acts.
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