Random Pixels

Random Pixels

Congratulations to this year’s winner of the 25


Annual Bob Bowditch Scholarship Award, Jade Yusi!  Jade is a graduate of El Camino High School. The KOCT staff met Jade during her Directors Training for this years El Camino high school Spectrum production.

(KOCT also produced a Spectrum program with Oceanside High School Students) 

Former Spectrum host Brian Graham, with the first scholarship recipient Jeff Robinson in 1990, 

and Ida Bowditch

The Bob Bowditch Scholarship was created in 1989 to honor the founder of KOCT. His widow, Ida Bowditch wanted to create this endowment to remember Bob and to help young people going to college and majoring in Communications and Media. 

Director Jade Yusi at the controls

Jade is a good example of the young people Ida wanted to assist—Jade wrote in her scholarship application; 

I dream of making movies. To do so for a living would give me an opportunity to change people’s lives. My passion for storytelling cannot be silenced and I know I want to do this for the rest of my life. This fall, I will be going to the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in film-making”.

Congratulations Jade and best of luck in your pursuit of your dreams!

We recorded an interesting new

Journalist Roundtable

on June 4


and it will be replayed throughout the month of June AND  you can watch anytime as Video on Demand too. 

KOCT Production Crew preparing for the show.

Our first guest was Chris Jennewein the Publisher and Editor of the Times of San Diego. Chris created the nation's first online and Internet newspaper at the San Jose Mercury News in 1992-94. And we discussed his journey and that of online newspapers. 

Our second guest was Ken Weinberg, Director of Water Resources of the San Diego Water Authority, and our subject was the Drought and everything to do with water or the lack of it in North County.

Our final guest was Eric Larson with the Farm Bureau of San Diego County. We asked him how our north county farmers are doing in this drought and about a new industry: Agritourism.

And remember... you can watch this program on your tablet or smart phone too!

Finally don’t forget to RSVP if you can attend the KOCT


on Monday June 15


from 2 pm- 5 pm. 

You can watch Oceanside Spectrum being filmed, take a tour and meet the KOCT staff and Board. Find out how local television is produced by coming to KOCT-Your Community Channel!

Tom ReeserComment