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April 18, 2014No Comments

 Prosecutors Show Support For L A Sheriff Candidate Jim Mc Donnell The campaign for Sheriff of Los Angeles County stirring-up political power from the  law enforcement establishment .  In March 2014 political powerhouse former DA  Steve Cooley and his hand picked successor Jackie Lacey took the lead by endorsing their candidate.  If the Prosecutors have […]

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March 11, 2014No Comments

Washington,  D.C.  Officials from nineteen foreign countries, and part of a State Department delegation, appear in a Full Disclosure Network® event that was sponsored by the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles. Watch the 12-minute video report of that meeting with Full Disclosure Network®. Delegates learning about the role of ethics in the U.S. government […]

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May 19, 20133 Comments

Los Angeles, CA  Here is free 3 minute preview of  the two-part Full Disclosure® interview with Citizen Statesman B. Wayne Hughes, Jr. who describes his enthusiastic support for prison programs to “change the culture.”  Hughes explains  to Emmy Award-winning host Leslie Dutton why the culture needs to be changed. Soon to be released to public cable channels.   The full six […]

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January 3, 20132 Comments

  Public Access Television is establishing a foot-hold in Long Beach, a suburb of Los Angeles. But is it really “public access” with the freedom of expression that was established by the initial format allowing all citizens to air their opinions? Preview   634 Segment 1 Darick Simpson suggests that he and his agency can […]

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December 21, 20122 Comments

  Hollywood celebrities and First Amendment advocates are decrying the third anniversary of the death of public access television in the media capitol of the world: Los Angeles. But there is a glimmer of hope in a satellite city of LA. The City of Long Beach is re-constituting public access in their city, operated by […]

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November 16, 201268 Comments

As a former long-time newsman and writer for the Los Angeles Times for 25 years, Allan Parachini served for eight years as the Public Information Officer for the Los Angeles Superior Court. He was there during the incredible persecution of Dr. Richard Fine, who served eighteen months in solitary coercive confinement. In this preview of […]

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January 16, 2011One Comment

  L. A. LEGENDS, CIVIC LEADERS LEADING THE BATTLE TO RESTORE PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION Los Angeles, CA –The campaign to protect and restore Public Access Television studios and channels has begun in the heart of the media capitol of the world, in the City of Los Angeles. The Public Television Industry Corporation (“PTIC”) has launched […]

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October 17, 20102 Comments

Los Angeles, CA Full Disclosure Network®presents a Video News Blog featuring video clips from in-depth interviews covering the L A Times endorsements of Judges who have received retroactive criminal immunity for crimes involving “theft” totaling approximately $300 million in illegal , double pension benefits. These benefits have been held to be illegal in the 2008 Sturgeon vs. […]

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September 12, 2010One Comment

You can watch the series preview:   LAST THREE SEGMENTS: Program #575 Segment #10 (8 min) “Internet Is No Replacement for the Public Access Audience” Segment #11 (8 min) “Why Politicians Aren’t Interested In Restoring Public Access TV” Segment #12 (8 min) “Restore LA Public Access TV: Public Television Industry Corporation (P-TIC) Too”

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September 12, 2010One Comment

Show Preview: NEXT SEGMENTS: Program #574 Segment #7 (8 min) “Public Access TV Funds Diverted By City Government” Segment #8 (8 min) “City Officials Blame State for Loss of Local Public Access TV”   Segment #9 (8 min) “Federal Legislation For Cable Fees Use In Operations Funding Stalled in Congress”

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