KOCT continues to produce a number of new programs for our upcoming series Community Health Matters.  This new series was funded by a generous grant from the Tri-City Healthcare District Community Healthcare Alliance Committee. Our latest production featured health care professionals from North County Health Services and focused on Midwifery and Pediatrics. Up coming programs will feature Vista Community Clinic. Here are some photos from our most recent shoot:

Last nights “live” Journalist Roundtable was the  shot in High-Definition for the first time in its 15+ year history! We’ll post the program next week so you can watch it as video on demand. The show featured the CEO of Tri-City Medical Center Tim Moran,   Sgt Regalado with the Oceanside Police Department and State Senator Pat Bates.

Do you like classic surf music? It has a distinctive sound and was the soundtrack in the 60’s for every surf expedition, surf movie and beach bonfires.  The Deoras performed this summer at a concert sponsored the Oceanside Parks & Recreation Dept. at  Heritage Park.   You can watch and listen to the concert by clicking HERE.  Another surf band, Lady Pearls Surf Affliction also performed  some classic surf tunes and that program is also available to watch on your iphone, computer or tablet.  Here are some shots of the talented KOCT crew that has brought this surf music  experience to you.


Finally author Victor Villasenor, famous for his book Rain of Gold, recently spoke at the Oceanside Library.  Each November he has an amazing  Snowgoose Global Thanksgiving potluck event at his Oceanside home. He has a new book out—hear all about it by clicking here.
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