BEVERLY HILLS—Television talk show host Karla Gordy Bristol is the new co-host of the city of Beverly Hills public affairs television show, Beverly Hills view alongside Josh Gross and Joan Agajanian Quinn.
According to a press release from the city of BH, Ms. Gordy Bristol’s guests have included choreographer and director Jacob Jonas, sculptor and painter Ed Massey, and singer-songwriter Ray Parker Jr. The television program is a local talk show that highlights a variety of rotating hosts and guests engaged in conversations about the arts, community programs, influential people and city events.
The series debuted in 2014 and airs Mondays at 4 p.m. on the city’s cable channel, Beverly Hills Television (Channel 10). The show can also be viewed at www.beverlyhills.org and vimeo.com.
Lifelong Beverly Hills resident Josh Gross is a lifelong Beverly Hills resident and publisher and CEO of Beverly Hills Weekly. He is a graduate of Beverly Hills High School, UCLA and Loyola Law School. Culture journalist Joan Agajanian Quinn served on the Beverly Hills Architectural and Fine Art Commissions, as well as the California Arts Council for 17 years. She is the creator, writer, producer and host of The Joan Quinn Profiles, a talk show that highlights arts and entertainment.
Ms. Gordy Bristol, CEO of Bristol Entertainment, is the co-host of Karla & Rainelle Show, a weekly Facebook Live talk show. She created, hosted and served as segment producer on a weekly live West Hollywood public access television show. Throughout her career, Bristol has interviewed countless celebrities and public figures. She executive produced the short film series, Destination Beverly Hills; and produced a variety of television talk shows, events and concerts.
Bristol manages a music publishing company, is co-founder and vice president of the Friends of Fuller B. Gordy charitable organization, and maintains a real estate office in Beverly Hills. She is a graduate of Beverly Hills High School. Her mother, Iris Gordy, is a former Motown Records vice president; her father, the late Johnny Bristol, was a Grammy-nominated songwriter, producer and singer; and her great-uncle, Berry Gordy, founded Motown Records.