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March 17, 1989 | JOHN M. WILSON
Fox Broadcasting's "The Reporters" will air a segment Saturday looking at South-Central Los Angeles gang violence with videotape footage that producer Pamela Brown likens to war-zone coverage. Brown and cameraman David Garfinkel were here for five days late last month and early this month to research the story, "Caught in the Crossfire," which will air at 8 p.m. Saturday on Channels 11 and 6. They accompanied police to the scenes of three separate shootings that left two dead and one wounded.
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July 29, 1996 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After years of opposition, the nation's television broadcasters are expected to announce today that they have agreed to a government plan requiring them to provide three hours of educational programming for children per week. Sources close to an intense weekend of talks between federal officials and the broadcasters said Sunday that President Clinton will announce the agreement during a White House "summit" on children's television.
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July 29, 1996 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After years of opposition, the nation's television broadcasters are expected to announce today that they have agreed to a government plan requiring them to provide three hours of educational programming for children per week. Sources close to an intense weekend of talks between federal officials and the broadcasters said Sunday that President Clinton will announce the agreement during a White House "summit" on children's television.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 1989 | JOHN M. WILSON
Fox Broadcasting's "The Reporters" will air a segment Saturday looking at South-Central Los Angeles gang violence with videotape footage that producer Pamela Brown likens to war-zone coverage. Brown and cameraman David Garfinkel were here for five days late last month and early this month to research the story, "Caught in the Crossfire," which will air at 8 p.m. Saturday on Channels 11 and 6. They accompanied police to the scenes of three separate shootings that left two dead and one wounded.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1991
Two former members of the San Diego Job Corps program were sentenced Monday to three- and five-year terms in state prison for robbing illegal immigrants near the border. William Barnes, 24, received a five-year term from San Diego Superior Court Judge Fred Link. Ruben Saucedo, 20, was sentenced to three years. Both were fined $200 each.
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