LA Channel 36

L.A. Channel 36 is a locally funded station servicing Downtown and Citywide residence.  It is in jeopardy of being shut down.  Today I received an email plea to pass this information along and encourage others to contact council members, requesting that they do not cut this vital service from the budget. 

April 30, 2009

Dear LA36 Supporter,

On April 29, 2009, we spoke at the L.A City Council Budget Hearing meeting and asked Council Members to save our channel by not taking away our city operating grant. Please take a moment and watch this video on our website at,  http://la36.org/savela36.html

Sincerely,

Carla Calini

President and General Manager

LA36

 

About LA36::

LA36 is a citywide educational and community access television channel. It serves nearly 650,000 cable subscribers within the City of Los Angeles. LA36 strives to support community building and promote learning through the development and  distribution of  innovative, high-quality programming dedicated to lifelong learning.  It can be seen on Cable Channel 36 in Los Angeles and 24×7 on www.la36.org

2 Replies to “LA Channel 36”

  1. Hi there,
    thanks for the heads up, I’ve written my councilperson (Ed Reyes) and copied all the other members, and blind copied LA36 ([email protected]). Let’s hope they’re listening…

  2. I would miss Classic Arts Showcase. It’s all archival footage of opera, ballet, classical music and such. It’s available on the web, but I love stumbing upon it in the middle of the night on the tube when the usual crap exasperates or bores me (i.e., often.)

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