BRIEFLY CHANNEL 6 WINS A PAIR OF EMMYS.
Although Channel 6 has won many awards in the past for programming excellence, these are its first Emmys. The awards will be presented to GTV6 staff during a June 23 ceremony at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Tor Seemann, Channel 6's broadcast coordinator, produced the winning public service announcements on Glendale Police Department recruitment and elder abuse.
In addition to the Emmys, Channel 6 has been nominated for nine awards by the regional chapter of the National Association of Telecommunication Officers and Administrators for ``Every 15 Minutes,'' a program on teen-age drunk driving. The NATOA winners will be announced May 24.
- Daily News
Scott seeks funds for area programs
State Sen. Jack Scott, D-Pasadena, has asked that $5.54 million be included in the state's fiscal 2001 budget to finance seven projects in Glendale and Burbank.
For Glendale, Scott is seeking $5 million toward the purchase of Oakmont V, the site of a controversial residential development; $88,652 in seed money for the YMCA to establish a center for at-risk and runaway teens; and $60,000 for the Glendale Youth Alliance to purchase two pickup trucks to transport teens to and from work.
For Burbank, Scott has requested $55,000 to implement a violence prevention program for Burbank's middle schools; $228,000 to buy four alternative-fuel buses to transport kids to and from city recreational facilities and libraries; $55,000 to build a park honoring the city's pioneer families; and $54,500 to fund the renovation of the Boys and Girls Club of Burbank.
- Daily News
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|Date:||May 16, 2001|
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