Scientologists plan Hollywood TV studio - 2012-07-11

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F349.png Scientologists plan Hollywood TV studio July 11, 2012, Ronald Grover , Reuters

The Church of Scientology, the religion whose followers include actors Tom Cruise and John Travolta, plans to start a religious broadcasting center to promote its teachings over TV, radio and the Internet.

The center, located near the church's West Coast headquarters in Hollywood, would occupy the nearly five-acre studio property the church bought last year from Los Angeles public TV station KCET for $42 million. The station would elevate the public profile of a religion that has mostly relied on pamphlets and books by its founder, L. Ron Hubbard, to proselytize for new members.

"The church plans to establish a central media hub for our growing world network of churches and to move into the production of religious television and radio broadcasting," said Karin Pouw, a spokeswoman for Church of Scientology International, in an email.

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{{cite news | first = Ronald Grover | author2 = Lisa Baertlein | title = Scientologists plan Hollywood TV studio | url = | work = Reuters | date = July 11, 2012 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}