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January 01, 2013

Sabrina Fair Thomas, Los Angeles Area

Sabrina Fair Thomas serves as general manager for Los Angeles PBS station KLCS and is responsible for development and acquisition, scheduling, broadcast operations, production and on-air promotions.

An experienced veteran with an extensive background in educational public media television, she has also served on the board of American Women in Radio and Television, and has been a member of the Los Angeles Area Peer Group Executive Committee for six years.

Thomas first entered the television industry at the age of 16 as a writer, reporter and anchor for Student News, an Emmy Award-winning series produced by local journalism protégés. She oversees the production of several Emmy-winning and -nominated series, and remains dedicated to ensuring equal access to the educational opportunities provided by television and new public media.

Sabrina Fair Thomas serves as general manager for Los Angeles PBS station KLCS and is responsible for development and acquisition, scheduling, broadcast operations, production and on-air promotions.

An experienced veteran with an extensive background in educational public media television, she has also served on the board of American Women in Radio and Television, and has been a member of the Los Angeles Area Peer Group Executive Committee for six years.

Thomas first entered the television industry at the age of 16 as a writer, reporter and anchor for Student News, an Emmy Award-winning series produced by local journalism protégés. She oversees the production of several Emmy-winning and -nominated series, and remains dedicated to ensuring equal access to the educational opportunities provided by television and new public media.

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