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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Originally published 1:40 p.m., November 13, 2013 Updated 1:40 p.m., November 13, 2013

TV Santa Barbara (TVSB) Board Announcement!

TVSB, the only community media access center in southern Santa Barbara County, is proud to welcome three new board members!


Olivia Uribe was raised in Santa Barbara in a media rich family. She is the owner of The Digital Inclusion, an online media marketing company, developing and managing online media for local businesses and non-profits. She has been involved in the community and active in policy and electoral issues since graduating from UCSB in 2005. Olivia believes in grass root campaigns to make positive sustainable change and will make a great addition to the team.

Deborah Manning is a former Los Angeles news producer and reporter, having numerous awards including the prestigious Radio Television News Directors Best Reporting for a 7 part series on the environment. She is presently a business consultant in Santa Barbara and president of Manning & Associates, the Business Sherpas. She is also a screen writer and motivational speaker now heard on CRN Network, internet radio. Deborah holds an MBA from Pepperdine and is excited to dive into business development at TVSB.

Craig Dobbin comes to TVSB with a strong musical background as a composer, playing piano at age seven and by fourteen, mastering Contemporary Jazz Theory and Classical Composition. Creatively, he’s developed a reputation for uncanny perception; his music somehow evokes the right emotion at just the right moment. Recently, Craig has teamed up with producer/DJ Ravidrums to form the LA Drum Cartel, blending the epic and subtle nuances of a full orchestra with the sounds on the streets and in the clubs. They have composed and performed the music for “Live to Dance” (CBS), “K1:Rising”(Spike), “Injustice” (WB Games), “Real Change”(CBS) and “Howie Do It ” (NBC). We are very fortunate to have Craig join our team at TVSB.

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