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October 30, 2000
The following education programs will be broadcast on Charter Cable 15. For more information, call 241-3111, Ext. 218. TODAY 7 a.m. - Glendale Unified School District Calendar 6 p.m. - GUSD Calendar 7 p.m. - GUSD Issues: PTA, Strong Support for Learning 8 p.m. - GUSD Hoover Jazz Then and Now 9 p.m. - GUSD Character & Ethics Panel No. 3 TUESDAY 7 a.m. - GUSD Calendar 6 p.m. - GUSD Calendar ...
NEWS
November 30, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta GLENDALE -- Craig Missakian will be stepping back into the local limelight tonight. The Republican who recently lost to Democrat Dario Frommer in the 43rd Assembly District race will appear on the "Larry Zarian Forum" to discuss the election. "He went through an election that was surprising," said Larry Zarian, host of the talk show. "He will be able to dissect the election." Missakian lost to Frommer by a margin of nearly 20% in the Nov. 7 election.
NEWS
February 12, 2002
Charter Cable has stopped carrying full-time C-SPAN2, which broadcasts the full proceedings of the U.S. Senate. No spin, no commentary, nothing to sell, just a window on the conduct of the people's business. Weekends, there are 48 hours of wonderful "Book TV." Broadcast hours are now part-time on a shared channel, with unpredictable times and no published schedule. Charter implies that it's out of their hands because of FCC requirements. However, the cable provider decides which channels to pull from the lineup if they don't have enough slots for "must-carry" channels (by the way, what happened to the expanded capacity Charter points to when they increase their rates?
NEWS
April 10, 2000
The following education programs will be broadcast on Charter Cable Channel 15. TODAY 7 a.m. -- GUSD Calendar, food services menu 7 p.m. -- GUSD Glendale High Oratorical 8 p.m. -- GUSD Scholastic Bowl 9:30 p.m. -- GUSD Principal for a Day TUESDAY 7 a.m. -- GUSD Calendar, food services menu 5 p.m. -- GUSD Elementary Honors Orchestra 9 p.m. -- Glendale College Telecourses WEDNESDAY ...
NEWS
October 13, 2011
Former Glendale Mayor Larry Zarian died today at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, according to friends and former colleagues. In 1983, Zarian became the first Armenian-American elected to the Glendale City Council, where he served for 16 years. He also served as a board member for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and as a state transportation commissioner. His public service was recognized by presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush, and governors George Deukmejian, Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger, according to the city.
NEWS
February 26, 2004
Local cable host recognized at dinner GLENDALE -- Wanda Dorn, producer and host of "Wanda's Cafe," a cable television show that airs on Charter Cable, was honored Saturday at the Verdugo Hills and Glendale Democratic clubs' For the Love of Democracy Dinner. State and local Democratic officials recognized Dorn for contributions such as community service and support of local candidates. City Councilman Gus Gomez, a judicial candidate for the Los Angeles Superior Court, will be on her show this week.
NEWS
August 21, 2000
EDUCATION CHANNEL The following education programs will be broadcast on Charter Cable Channel 15. MONDAY 7 a.m. - GUSD Calendar 6 p.m. - GUSD Calendar 7 p.m. - GUSD Issues: Visual Arts 8 p.m. - GUSD A Day in Kindergarten 9 p.m. - GUSD Elementary Honors Orchestra TUESDAY 7 a.m. - GUSD Calendar 6 p.m. - GUSD Calendar 9 p.m. - Glendale College Telecourses WEDNESDAY ...
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By Mark Kellam, mark.kellam@latimes.com | February 12, 2012
More than year after Glendale emerged victorious from a legal fight with Charter Communications over its planned cable channel changes, the two are at it again. This time, Charter is accusing Glendale officials of illegally using strands of company-owned fiber optics cables and laundering access fees through a city agency to use them for purposes that violate state law. In Los Angeles County Superior Court on Tuesday, Charter's attorney Richard Patch said the city has been using strands of optical fiber in the company's system even after its local franchise obligation to provide them for free expired.
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NEWS
October 13, 2011
Former Glendale Mayor Larry Zarian died today at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, according to friends and former colleagues. In 1983, Zarian became the first Armenian-American elected to the Glendale City Council, where he served for 16 years. He also served as a board member for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and as a state transportation commissioner. His public service was recognized by presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush, and governors George Deukmejian, Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger, according to the city.
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Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | May 12, 2011
Susanne Whatley and Gregory Zarian were taking turns before a brightly lit mirror to finish any last makeup and wardrobe touches before taping “Healthline.” Minutes later, they would take the stairs to the studio’s second floor to host an episode on disaster preparedness. The show’s guests were Glendale Fire Chief Harold Scoggins and the department’s Public Safety Director Tanya Gregorian. A product of Glendale Adventist Medical Center and the Armenian Media Group of America, Inc., Healthline offers Whatley and Zarian a platform to interview health professionals and explore general wellness and health research within the field.
NEWS
October 17, 2007
Bill Taylor, the college?s director of business services, gave the board an update on the progress of Measure G-funded projects and activity through Oct. 1. The college?s Allied Health building has been completed, the biology lab has been remodeled and is in use, and the gym is now air-conditioned. ? Measure G-funded projects still to be completed include the elevator tower and bridge for the new parking structure, and the Garfield campus expansion. The college is expected to seek design firms for the Garfield expansion this month.
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By: Mark R. Madler | October 12, 2005
Charter Communications has been put on notice by the City Council that its cable television franchise could be in jeopardy if improvements aren't made to service and safety. While the council wanted staff members to continue renewal negotiations with Charter, they also wanted other options to be considered. "We are tied to your company but we have a lot of problems and complaints," Mayor Jef Vander Borght said. "I would like to see us find competition to your services.
NEWS
By: | October 3, 2005
o7The following items will be considered at Tuesday's City Council meeting: f7 COMMISSIONER REMOVALS The council will consider the removal of two city commissioners from their posts, at the request of Councilman Dave Weaver. Weaver has asked that Lenore Solis, president of the Glendale Water and Power Commission, and Patrick Masihi, a Transportation and Parking commissioner, be removed from serving on their respective commissions. Both are in their first terms, with Solis' expiring in 2006 and Masihi's in 2007.
NEWS
April 6, 2005
Caruso endorsement was not solicited I am writing this statement to clarify any misconceptions regarding endorsements and my position on the Town Center. I did not seek nor have I accepted any endorsement or financial contribution of any type by General Growth Corp. or Caruso Affiliated Holdings. In fact, my position is that both entities should not be involved in local elections on behalf of any candidate. I was not aware of and was extremely surprised by the article in the Glendale News-Press dated April 1, 2005.
NEWS
January 26, 2005
Darleene Barrientos Audio recordings of Glendale Community College board meetings are available now through the Internet. The first recording was posted online Monday. For years, college trustees heard requests for broadcasts of meetings on cable TV, the same way the Glendale Unified School District and the Glendale City Council does. But trustees have resisted the move, partly because of the cost and partly to avoid "grandstanders" who regularly give long-winded speeches during public-comment periods in meetings, board President Victor King said.
NEWS
May 21, 2004
Here we go again with slick moves by Charter TV to increase their monthly fee. I have a package that has been unchanged for many months that included the Golf Channel on Station 80. It is now WGN, a Chicago station that has always been on Channel 21. When I checked the TV at La Cañada Country Club, it is of course the same change. When I call to ask why I lost this Golf Channel (no reduction in my monthly fee) I was told by a not-too-friendly voice that I would have to pay $4 more per month to get it back.
NEWS
February 26, 2004
Local cable host recognized at dinner GLENDALE -- Wanda Dorn, producer and host of "Wanda's Cafe," a cable television show that airs on Charter Cable, was honored Saturday at the Verdugo Hills and Glendale Democratic clubs' For the Love of Democracy Dinner. State and local Democratic officials recognized Dorn for contributions such as community service and support of local candidates. City Councilman Gus Gomez, a judicial candidate for the Los Angeles Superior Court, will be on her show this week.
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