KTSF-TV TO LAUNCH NEW BUSINESS TALK SHOW WITH LILY CHOU
SAN FRANCISCO, November 2, 2015 – Well-known TV personality, Lily Chou will join KTSF-TV to host a new business talk show called “Bay Area Focus with Lily Chou”, set to launch on January 9, 2016. The show will profile successful businesses in the Bay Area. “Bay Area Focus with Lily Chou” will air in Mandarin each Saturday night from 7:30-8:00pm, immediately following KTSF’s most popular newscast at 7pm.
“Bay Area Focus with Lily Chou” will invite professionals from a variety of businesses including finance, education, health, real estate and others that provide products and services that are essential in viewers’ daily lives. The focus of the show is to provide useful information, especially for new immigrants.
“The show is designed for viewers to learn more about the Bay Area and help them face the challenges of being in a new place”, said Mark Antonitis, KTSF General Manager. “We are very pleased to welcome Lily Chou to the KTSF team and bring this important information to the community.”
Lily Chou is a well-known and respected media personality in the Bay Area Chinese community, especially in the South Bay. For the past 15 years, Lily has been hosting her own radio show at FM 96.1. She was elected twice as President of Northern California Chinese Media Association in 2009 and 2010. Her radio program was honored “The Best Radio Host Award” by NCCMA in 2004. On June 13th 2007, she was invited to ring the Market Opening Bell in New York NASDAQ stock market; she was the first Chinese Media figure to ring the Bell.
ABOUT KTSF-TV: KTSF-TV is a Chinese language television station serving the rapidly growing Chinese community in the San Francisco Bay Area. Established in 1976, KTSF is an independent, full-power station, providing the Bay Area Chinese community with news, information and entertainment. In 1989, KTSF became the first broadcaster in the nation to carry a live Chinese-language newscast. KTSF, with its over-the-air coverage and its total market cable and satellite carriage, reaches more than 2,750,000 Northern California households.