Pasadena In Focus
July - August 2012

KPAS to Expand Original Programming

kpasKPAS, the City of Pasadena’s government cable television station, is sporting a new look these dayswith an updated logo and plans to increase local original programming.

Currently, KPAS broadcasts all City Council meetings live and produces City Beat, a twice monthly, 30-minute talk show featuring City leaders and members of the local press. The station plans to expand its original programming with more news, information and feature stories about Pasadena, City Hall and local special events.

“Pasadena is such a beautiful City. We want to get out of the studio and go on location to showcase all the great things that make Pasadena a dynamic place to live, work, shop and learn,” said Keri Stokstad, KPAS Executive Producer.

KPAS is seen by Charter subscribers on Channel 3 and online by AT&T U-verse subscribers. The Pasadena Community Access Corp. (PCAC) operates KPAS under contract with the City.

For more information, go online to www.pasadenamedia.org.

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