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High School Boot Camp
See what the Press Club's High School "Boot Camp" is all about!
The San Francisco Peninsula Press Club holds a "boot camp" every fall for hundreds of high school students who are studying journalism. The event takes place on the campus of the College of San Mateo. Above is a report by the college's newspaper and website, The San Matean, on the event. The report, by Jeffrey Gonzalez and photographer Mario Ayala, includes an interview with attorney Jim Wagstaffe, whose is an expert in media law.
KPIX has dropped its “Eyewitness News” title and stopped calling itself “CBS 5.” Now the station is simply referring to itself as KPIX, the call letters the station has used since it went on the air on Dec. 22, 1948. The “Eyewitness News” title dates back to the 1960s when the station was part of Westinghouse’s Group W. The “5” in the station’s logo, however, still is in the Anklepants font that Group W used for all of its stations. KPIX said on its Facebook page, “We’re excited about bringing the legacy KPIX call letters back into our CBS 5 television brand. Many Bay Area residents grew up watching ‘KPIX’ and have always referred to our station that way.” The switch was made on Super Bowl Sunday.
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