Monday, June 10, 2013

Norberto Santana Talks Costa Mesa On PBS SoCal

If you find yourself with seven minutes of empty time today check out Norberto Santana, Jr.'s take on current events in Costa Mesa and more as he presents his views on The Real Orange on PBS SoCal, HERE.  Although this segment covers other subjects, too, the first few minutes cover Costa Mesa issues, so you can bail out after that portion, if you wish.
Santana is the Editor-in-Chief of the Voice of OC, an investigative news site that seems to be hardwired into most of the seats of power in Orange County.  Yes, organized labor provides much of the funding for this organization, but that doesn't mean it doesn't provide a valuable service to the community with crisp, timely and insightful coverage of important issues.  If you want to visit the Voice of OC site click HERE.

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Anonymous Mesa Athletics said...

Norberto seems like a good journalist, but remember who funds The Voice of OC. The Orange County Employee Union. It is their mouthpiece and they control the news content. Take that news source with a grain or two of salt.

6/10/2013 12:51:00 PM  
Anonymous fairly good blog said...

considering it is union and leftist it is not a horrendous news mix/spin, just slanted and at times ignores facts that prove them wrong. but at times it actually has something and can make one take pause and say that is something to consider . not as leftist/liberal as this blog or the oj blog at least and they are actual reporters even if they have an agenda for their reports.

6/10/2013 04:58:00 PM  
Blogger Mike H. said...

If the unions have all this power, then why is Our Mayor the mayor right now?

6/10/2013 05:39:00 PM  
Blogger just wondering... said...

*LOL* Good point, Mike.

6/10/2013 06:49:00 PM  
Anonymous MV said...

Yeah, at least the WSJ doesn't have an ideology or anything like this. You'd never even know Murdoch owned it.

6/10/2013 08:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Reality check said...

Mike H, it is the pesky voters. Damn them and their free will! Unlike the Sanitary District, their votes cannot be bought on the cheap.

6/11/2013 11:22:00 AM  

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