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Vin Di Bona

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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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 #10 Segment #11 (8 min) “Why Politicians Aren’t Interested In Restoring Public Access TV” Segment #11 Segment #12 (8 min) “Restore LA Public Access TV: Public Television Industry Corporation […]

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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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September 12, 2010One Comment

Here is the series preview:     NEXT THREE SEGMENTS: Program #573 Segment #4 (8 min) “Public Access TV Was Training Ground For Industry” Segment #5 (8 min) “Public Access Programming Inspired Youth & Community” Segment# 6 (8 min) “PEG Public, Educational & Government Channels Threatened”

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September 12, 20107 Comments

The Full Disclosure Network® presents a six minute preview of a four-part special series featuring prominent luminaries and civic leaders who describe reasons why they have joined the battle ahead to bring back public access channels in L.A. they are: Seven time Emmy Award winner Ed Asner, Vin Di Bona the Executive Producer of America’s Funniest Home Videos, Stanley Sheinbaum Former U […]

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