KOCT-The North County Channel has been busy producing a number of new programs—here’s a brief sample of them with easy-to-watch links to our extensive Video On Demand website .
Check out KOCT.org or watch KOCT on Cox Cable in Oceanside on either channel 18 (the Community Channel) or channel 19 (the Government Channel. KOCT is also available on AT&T’s U-Verse (channel 99) anywhere in the county.
Jeremy Sewell, Performing Arts Theater Manager gives tour of new facility
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held to celebrate the opening of Oceanside High School’s new Performing Arts Center.
The center has a 502-seat main theater, a black box theater, indoor and outdoor scenery shops, classroom space, a recording studio plus outdoor seating and performance areas.
The ribbon cutting ceremony featured members from the OUSD Board of Directors, OHS Officials, City Officials and other important key players that helped bring this facility to life
--If you are 65 and wish to receive or change your Medicare provider you'll want to watch this new PSA from our community hospital. They have many free information sessions about your many choices. The enrollment period ends in December so don't dawdle!
—Main Street Oceanside has launched a community supported effort to install large artistic Murals in downtown Oceanside. This News Brief highlights the premier of the first mural on the side of the Star Theatre.
On this episode, host John Bonosoro speaks with Dr. David Cohen, a Cardiac Electrophysiologist at Tri City Medical Center. He specializes in treating heart rhythm disorders, also known as arrhythmia.
During the program, Dr. Cohen discusses Electrophysiology, arrhythmia, and therapies that are available for patients with heart failure.
- This monthly program highlights the many city events and activities in our growing and dynamic city.
The City of Oceanside has partnered with Waste Management and Goodwill San Diego to bring you CurbUp!
was designed to reroute bulky items headed for the landfill to a Goodwill Outlet Center. CurbUp gives Oceanside residents the opportunity to donate large household items and textiles for reuse, and will help keep valuable resources out of our landfills.
The San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency identified an outbreak of Hepatitis A in San Diego County, primarily in the homeless population.
Hepatitis A can be spread through ingestion of fecal matter (even in microscopic amounts), by touching objects or eating food that someone with the Hepatitis A infection has handled; close person-to-person contact with an infected person; use of recreational drugs, whether injected or not; and sexual contact with someone who has the Hepatitis A infection. Vaccination is the best way to prevent infection. Call 2-1-1 to find a clinic near you to request the vaccine or contact your doctor.
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