On October 22, Laney College visited the KTSF set for an interview, well virtual set, that is. Rudy Besikof, Interim President, Vicki Ferguson, Vice President of Student Services, Larena Baldazo, Public Information Officer, & Huizhen Su, Staff Assistant, shared the College’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including its Virtual Campus, new student support services, and details regarding the $1.5 million U.S. Department of Education AANAPISI (Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institution) grant awarded in September. The grant is to support job training, job placement and career pathways for ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) and Asian American Pacific Islander students. The show aired 10/30 & 11/1, on Business & Lifestyle, hosted by Mina Li, KTSF Public Service Director and received 98,251 impressions. Click here, or play the video above to watch Laney’s interview with Mina Li!
KTSF is locally owned and operated by the Lincoln Broadcasting Company, which is committed to providing quality news, information and entertaining programming in over 11 different languages. The independent, full-power station, reaches over 1.4 million Asian-Americans throughout the 10 Bay Area counties. KTSF has been serving the San Francisco Bay Area Asian community since 1976, longer than any other television station in Northern Calif. Watch on digital channel 26.1 and on cable channel 8 on Comcast Cable. You can also watch KTSF on DirecTV, Dish Network and AT&T U-verse. Visit KTSF.com for more information on how to watch.