Voice of OC, the nonprofit investigative news agency in Orange County, Calif., is expanding its partnership with PBS SoCal. Voice of OC Editor-in-Chief Norberto Santana Jr. will appear weekly on KOCE-TV’s news program, Real Orange.
“It’s a natural partnership,” said Mike Taylor, news director at PBS SoCal, in the Jan. 17 announcement.
Santana said the partners hope to “give the public a front seat at public policy, not only after it’s being made but before it’s being made.”
PBS SoCal is the primary PBS member station for Los Angeles, the second-largest media market in the nation.