Katie Elmore Mota

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Filmmaker; co-president of Wise Entertainment and executive producer of East Los High

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By Kristin Marguerite Doidge 
 The sacred tenet for almost any daytime television network exec is simple: maintain the status quo, and do what has worked countless times over and over…

'East Los High'

By Kristin Marguerite Doidge The sacred tenet for almost any daytime television network exec is simple: maintain the status quo, and do what has worked countless times over and over…

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