Jeff Gottlieb

Los Angeles Times

Guest

Senior writer with the Los Angeles Times; was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2011 with Ruben Vives for their investigation of the Bell, CA corruption scandal

Jeff Gottlieb on KCRW

KCET was PBS’ flagship TV station in LA -- the second largest market in the country. Eight years ago, it dropped its ties with PBS.

How will KCET-KOCE merger affect LA broadcasting?

KCET was PBS’ flagship TV station in LA -- the second largest market in the country. Eight years ago, it dropped its ties with PBS.

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Today was “the Big One” for the city of Bell, one of California’s poorest cities.

Bell Scandal Sentencing and Corruption Beyond

Today was “the Big One” for the city of Bell, one of California’s poorest cities.

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