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KCET Tops Public TV Stations in Pledge Drive (1975)

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KCET Channel 28 topped 28 public television stations that participated in a 10-day membership drive with $222,096, on 9,152 pledges. The total dollar figure will be higher because all new or upgraded memberships in the station are being matched dollar-for-dollar by the Ford Foundation, according to James L. Loper, president and general manager of KCET.

The average membership pledge was more than $24, up $1 from the average during last March's drive.

The most popular programs among those pledging included "Steambath," a Beverly Sills performance and interview, Boston Pops performances, several professional tennis matches, Murder Must Advertise, and Dr. Who.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1975-09-04). KCET Tops Public TV Stations in Pledge Drive. Los Angeles Times p. F14.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "KCET Tops Public TV Stations in Pledge Drive." Los Angeles Times [add city] 1975-09-04, F14. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "KCET Tops Public TV Stations in Pledge Drive." Los Angeles Times, edition, sec., 1975-09-04
  • Turabian: "KCET Tops Public TV Stations in Pledge Drive." Los Angeles Times, 1975-09-04, section, F14 edition.
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