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IBC Bank-Zapata CEO Named to Three-Year Term on KLRN-TV Board of Directors
Friday, October 05, 2012
IBC Bank-Zapata CEO Renato Ramírez has been named to a three-year term on the KLRN-TV board of directors. KLRN is a public television station in San Antonio, Texas that is operated by the Alamo Public Telecommunications Council (APTC). The station is a member of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and also serves as the PBS member station for the Laredo, Texas market. In total, KLRN reaches viewers in 30 counties. Ramírez was unanimously selected by the APTC during its September meeting and his tenure begins October 2012. "KLRN enriches the lives of south central Texans by providing high quality programming that promotes the arts, education, culture and community," Ramírez said. "I look forward to being a part of a group of individuals that will help guide the station through the next three years."