LOS ANGELES — Charter Communications, the parent company of Spectrum News, donated 125 Google Chromebooks to the Los Angeles community Saturday.

Rep. Tony Cárdenas, Assemblymember Luz Rivas, Councilmember Imelda Padilla and other local leaders joined Charter Communications for the event in North Hills Community Park.

"We're so excited to bring you today further investments and to ensure that that high-speed reliable internet connection has something to connect to in a device," said Charter Communications Vice President of Government Affairs Whitney O'Neil.

The company also helped eligible attendees sign up for the Affordable Connectivity Program. The federal program offers discounts on internet service and devices for eligible low-income households.

"Charter is really focused on closing the digital divide," said Virginia Zigras, vice president of legislative affairs at Charter Communications.

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