BRIEFLY CHANNEL 6 WINS A PAIR OF EMMYS.
GLENDALE - Channel 6, the city's government-access station, has won two Emmy Awards for two public service announcements that aired this past year, officials said Tuesday.
Although Channel 6 has won many awards in the past for programming excellence, these are its first Emmys. The awards will be presented to GTV GTV gross tumor volume
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Tor Seemann, Channel 6's broadcast coordinator, produced the winning public service announcements on Glendale Police Department recruitment and elder abuse Elder Abuse Definition
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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 NATOA National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors winners will be announced May 24.
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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 YMCA
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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 boys and girls
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