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Organizers, Law Enforcement Ramp Up Security For L.A. Marathon
Published March 7, 2014
Meanwhile, area station KTLA-CW will cover the race live for the fifth year in a row, and if station Manager & VP John Moczulski "has any input, the relationship will be a long one." Moczulski said, "We were fortunate to get this race and we have no intention of giving it up" (L.A. DAILY NEWS, 3/7).