1. Street Artist Eddie Colla's Sarah Palin poster on KTVU News - Warholian

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    For more on the art in your world, follow Warholian.com on Facebook at: http://www.Facebook.com/WarholianFan This is San Francisco KTVU News coverage of street artist Eddie Colla's Sarah poster which was placed throughout the city on the night of 1/11/11. The poster reads "Enrage them with fear until they feel justified in their violence." A tongue and cheek reference to Palin's use of crosshairs on political opponents. Visit Eddie Colla's site at: http://eddiecolla.wordpress.com/

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    • Justin Reel/Montage 1994-98

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      So, i was way into Binary Finary98/Trance/HappyHrdcore as you will soon tell....hehehe sorry! The sound quality is way it is, its just fact and gonna be that way i guess...it's been noted... Its a montage of a few projects i had pro/dir from 1994-1998. Thanks!

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      • KTVU Rosy Chu's Bay Area People: Redistricting w/ AsianLawCaucus & MALDEF

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        The Asian Law Caucus' Deputy Director Chris Punongbayan joins Nancy Ramirez from the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund to discuss the New Citizen's Redistricting Commission. Original broadcast on KTVU Rosy Chu's Bay Area People on 02/06/2010. To Learn More about the commission and redistricting visit: www.asianlawcaucus.org or www.wedrawthelines.ca.gov Deadline to apply is Feb 16th

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        • The Dental Epidemic of Alameda County Parts 1/2/3 KTVU.COM San Francisco

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          THE DENTAL EPIDEMIC OF ALAMEDA COUNTY (Recipient of 2011 Award from Association of Healthcare Journalists in Public Health Category) Alameda County’s children have some of the worst teeth in the country – a problem hidden inside their mouths that the Surgeon General calls the “silent epidemic.” It was first documented in 2006, when a dental health assessment outlined the crisis in a study. In June 2011, we discovered the study while searching online for historical health research papers about Alameda County (where our TV station is located.) After reading the 2006 report, our intention was to produce a story to update the progress that had been made over the last five years. A conversation with the county dental health administrator, however, revealed that the problem had actually gotten worse – “epidemic” in proportion -- as the he tells us on camera. Our three-pronged series attempts to answer three key questions: 1) How bad is the problem? 2) What organic factors contributed to cause and transmission of children’s dental disease over the years? 3) In the wake of heavy budget cuts, what is the community doing about its crisis? Many families in Alameda County don’t have access to dental care because of social and cultural challenges -- lack of money, language and cultural barriers, and lack of health insurance. Many politely refused to go on camera. We tell their story through the people helping them – dentists, health advocates, a school principal, and the county dental health administrator. Our series helped to ignite action. In November 2011, six months after we began our inquiries, the Alameda County dental health administrator released a new 28-page dental health strategic plan for the county. It calls for stepped up community action over the next five years (2012-2017) and provides a guideline for achieving measurable results. On January 26, 2012, California Senate Bill 694 -- a bill to improve dental health “especially to the most vulnerable children” -- was passed with overwhelming bi-partisan support by the state Senate. ####

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          • Oikos University Victims Remembered

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            Patti Lee reports from the funeral service one of the victims of the Oikos University shootings.

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            • NATAS SF/Nor Cal Mobile Broadcasting Seminar

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              On Thursday, September 22nd, the NATAS, SF/Nor Cal Chapter held its first event on Mobile Broadcasting at Video Arts (www.vidarts.com) in San Francisco. Doug Lung, VP, Technology at NBC gave an overview about Mobile DTV, how it works, which devices are available now. Doug offered two good websites to learn more about mobile: www.omvc.org and www.atsc.org. He came all the way from Hawaii to speak to us.

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              • NATAS SF/Nor Cal Mobile Broadcasting Seminar Pt. 3

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                Lee MacPherson, Director of Engineering at KTVU (FOX)/Cox Stations gave a presentation about being involved with the first phases of testing of several mobile broadcast standards that are already being used in various countries, as a result of the tests, the Harris/LG/Samsung standard, used by South Korea, was chosen as the U.S. mobile broadcasting standard. KICU went on the air with its mobile signal in February 2010 and KTVU just rolled out theirs. The local ION channel also has a live mobile channel. We were receiving the Telemundo signal at the event too. Lee also talked about the use and potential of widgets and talked about a widget that has a non-realtime RSS feed, this capability is built into the standard.

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                • Sandtunnel Collapse

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                  Patti Lee reports on teenager who survived a sand tunnel collapse

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                  • KTVU: Certain Stretches Could Inhibit Athletic Performance

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                    KTVU interview with Dr. Moshe Lewis. What kind of stretches lead to less injuries and allow you to perform 11% better? Watch to find out.

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