“KTLA Morning Show” to Hit the Slopes; Big Bear to Be Featured in Friday Morning Segment

Big Bear will be on TV in the morning, thanks to the efforts of the Big Bear Lake Resort Association, who have arranged for the “KTLA Morning Show” to visit the slopes. Mark Kriski, weatherman for the channel 5 program, will be doing a live remote from Bear Mountain, during which time representatives from the resort and local business owners will be interviewed. The public is welcome to watch Kriski and his crew, who will be at Bear from 6 to 10am—or, then again, you can just tune in to the “KTLA Morning Show” tomorrow (when you’re not listening to KBHR).

Big Bear will be on TV in the morning, thanks to the efforts of the Big Bear Lake Resort Association, who have arranged for the “KTLA Morning Show” to visit the slopes. Mark Kriski, weatherman for the channel 5 program, will be doing a live remote from Bear Mountain, during which time representatives from the resort and local business owners will be interviewed. The public is welcome to watch Kriski and his crew, who will be at Bear from 6 to 10am—or, then again, you can just tune in to the “KTLA Morning Show” tomorrow (when you’re not listening to KBHR).

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