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Public radio -- United States -- California -- History -- Sources.

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James Leaders Loper Papers

 Collection 0144-MMC-NPBA
Overview James L. Loper (1931-2013) became deeply involved in establishing a non-commercial television station in Los Angeles in 1962. He acted as vice president of Community Television of Southern California from 1962-1963 and assisted in putting together the license application for what would become KCET. When KCET went on air in 1964, Loper was director of educational television. About two years later, he took charge of the station, first as vice president and general manager, and then as president...