More bullet points: LA Times' million-dollar publisher. The big business of the American quinceañera. Media people doing stuff. A Manny Ramirez sighting.
"Left, Right & Center is one of KCRW’s most popular shows, on air and as a podcast..."
The show Rabe created has been a Saturday staple of KPCC for 11 years.
KCRW's Frances Anderton goes through the house that architect Thom Mayne built for himself on the site of Bradbury's longtime home in Cheviot Hills.
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The conservative talk show host and Chapman law professor is on a roll with Trump.
The morning show loses a host -- Alex Cohen -- and an hour of air time each day.
Longtime LA investigative reporter Karen Foshay rolls out her first series for KCRW, a five-parter on the treatment of workers in LA restaurants.
NPR announced on Monday the longtime "Morning Edition" host based here in Culver City will step down after the election.
Pacifica Radio board wants to add more Spanish language programming at 90.7 FM.
KPCC posted a little while ago that Julian, the station's longtime morning host, has died of brain cancer.
Checking in on the KPCC morning host, who is under hospice care for a brain tumor, and his wife Felicia.
Evening host Jim Svejda does one-hour interviews with all the Oscar-nominated composers every night this week.
Warren Olney will remain as host and executive producer of "To the Point" and add a weekly interview segment during the NPR news.
Popular LA deejay Gene Weed signs off one of the top music stations of its time. The next day, KFWB went all news.
Once LA's rock powerhouse, after going all-news the station promised "you give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world."
Larry Mantle posted that his friend and KPCC's longtime morning anchor is off the air facing a "serious health issue."
In the November radio Nielsen's, KCRW is back on top of KPCC but it's very close.
The Pacifica station says on Twitter that it is off the air this morning due to a power line being "down" and the transmitter possibly being affected by the wind.
It's not just print newspapers and TV news that are losing their audiences to age and digital platforms.
Two years after all the NPR chatter about being on the West Coast, Arun Rath and the staff are packing up in Culver City and the show returns to Washington.
A clip from Arthur Lee's revered 1967 album "Forever Changes" helps enliven a story on mortgages. Join me in "A House is Not a Motel."
"There’s 29,000 people in the ballpark and a million butterflies...All the boys in the bullpen straining to get a better look as they look through the wire fence in left field..."
For some, "the area can be a way station to a better place. For others, it’s a place where survival means community, drugs, and a regular spot on the street."
On the eve of his second anniversary in office, the mayor faces a test on the homeless issue. He changed his tune last night on Warren Olney's show.
Bill Gardner soared with his on-air set devoted to the late Ben E. King on Saturday afternoon on KPFK.
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