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November 10, 1988 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
It seemed like just another routine face-off when the National Hispanic Media Coalition sat down with KTTV's management last May to discuss Channel 11's record in hiring Latinos. Leaders of the coalition of 32 organizations had raised the same issue nearly a year before in front of KCBS Channel 2's studio with about 100 pickets, and later with KABC Channel 7.
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July 1, 2003 | James Bates, Times Staff Writer
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. is pressing the off button on cable TV. Stymied in trying to bulk up in cable investments over the last two years, the Santa Monica-based studio said Monday that it was divesting its 20% stake in three Rainbow cable networks -- AMC, the Independent Film Channel and WE: Women's Entertainment -- by selling the interests to partner Cablevision Systems Corp. for $500 million.
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July 1, 2003 | James Bates, Times Staff Writer
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. is pressing the off button on cable TV. Stymied in trying to bulk up in cable investments over the last two years, the Santa Monica-based studio said Monday that it was divesting its 20% stake in three Rainbow cable networks -- AMC, the Independent Film Channel and WE: Women's Entertainment -- by selling the interests to partner Cablevision Systems Corp. for $500 million.
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November 10, 1988 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
It seemed like just another routine face-off when the National Hispanic Media Coalition sat down with KTTV's management last May to discuss Channel 11's record in hiring Latinos. Leaders of the coalition of 32 organizations had raised the same issue nearly a year before in front of KCBS Channel 2's studio with about 100 pickets, and later with KABC Channel 7.
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November 2, 1988 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
The National Hispanic Media Coalition, citing what it claimed were dismal records in the hiring and promoting of Latinos, on Tuesday filed petitions to deny the license renewal applications of Los Angeles television stations KCOP Channel 13 and KCET Channel 28. The boldest attack, however, was saved for KTTV Channel 11. Some coalition members said they had created a new company that will try to wrest the operating license from Rupert Murdoch's Fox Inc.
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