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ANGEL HIRED AS TV PRODUCER Print E-mail
August 11, 2000 11:00 pm

KBSC Television has named Judi Angel as a new producer as part of a planned expansion of programming.

In addition to producing the live morning show, Coast Today, Angel is planning to produce a call-in program schuduled for Thursday evenings called In My Opinion. Serving as host and moderator is to be Cindi Patterson.

Angel will also be assisting in production of commercials and developing future programs, station officials said.

The community has known Angel as the angel lady of the coast, keeping people company at night for more than five years on KURY Radio.

She is involved in the community and charitable activities such as the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association Coast Cares Car Show and Relay for Life. Angel still holds the title of honorary mayor of the mythical town of Brookings-Harbor, which she won in a fundraiser sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans of America chapter 757.

Terry Patterson, owner of KBSC-TV, said he is proud to have Angel as a member of the station team.

Judi brings a lot of media experience and professionalism to the station, Patterson said. She wears many hats as a producer and we believe her to be an asset to KBSC that will help us to further expand programming, especially local programming.

Angel is currently producing a new program called Inside the Internet that is to introduce the Internet to viewers in a four-part series.

I enjoy drawing upon the many creative and talented local people for programs, Angel said. The coast is blessed with creative people.

I am looking forward to workaing with kids from Brookings-Harbor High School to help them learn about the media. And, of course, the whole KBSC team makes me look good, yet we are all stars working together.

 

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