Media, Arts, & Society | September 26, 1986
Published Letter to
Rosenberg, TV Critic of Los Angeles Times
You state that if its first outing was typical,
then KCBS-TV's news format, featuring 20-minute
varied-interest segments, is so soft "that Channel 2 is
essentially out of the news business."
I think this new format actually has the potential
for unprecedented depth in local news reporting. It could
produce segments that include not only specialized, sometimes
mostly entertaining sidelights, but also in-depth, local angles
on the top stories.
And as a gardener, [I think] personable Kevin
O'Connell should keep on doing some reports on zucchinis and
other squash -- I'm just nuts about produce!
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