Scott Collins

Television Reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Television reporter and Channel Island columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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Last August, the management told the LA Times that, despite cutbacks and budget reductions, financial pressure might require KCET to combine forces with other public TV stations, sell…

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