Los Angeles, CA. The Full Disclosure Network™ is launching a free eight minute “Mini Documentary” video on the Internet. The video provides a background and commentary on this “alternative news” network that has been billed as “the news behind the news” and is distributed to 40 cable systems and video streamed world-wide from the Internet.
This eight minute “Mini Documentary” features video clips from some of the more controversial Full Disclosure™ shows over the past twelve years along with comments from prominent officials who have appeared on this independent news program and who are listed below:
- L.A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley
- Ramona Ripston, Executive Director ACLU,
- LAPD Chief William Bratton
- Larry Flynt, Publisher Hustler Magazine
- Former U. S. Attorney General Edwin Meese, III
- L. A. County Sheriff Lee Baca
- Stephen Yagman, Civil Rights Attorney
- L. A. Councilman Bernard Parks
- Nativo Lopez, President MAPA
- LAPD Assistant Chief David Gascon (ret)
- David Cartwright, Sr. Partner, O’Melveny & Myers
- Don Mullinax, LAUSD Inspector General
- Roger Carrick, Special Legal Counsel LAUSD Inspector General,
- James B. Reidy, Jr. Professor Emeritus L.A. Pierce College
- Kathy Dreyfuss, ACLU Staff Attorney
In 1992 the independent Full Disclosure Network™ program began it’s unorthodox climb to prominence, starting on one public access cable channel in Santa Monica, expanding throughout California to world-wide presence on the Internet. On August 29, 2005 www.fulldisclosure.net was listed number 25 in the top 100 websites by pubsub.com, ahead of many major mainstream news organization websites. In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented host Leslie Dutton with a public affairs Emmy Award for the 2001 Series entitled “L. A.’s War Against Terrorism”.
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Full Disclosure Network covers in-depth issues mostly ignored by mainstream media.
FDN is an electronic media and television service, tax-exempt under the IRS Code 501(c)(3) a non-profit educational organization program of the American Association of Women, founded in 1984.
T.J. Johnston & Leslie Dutton, Producers
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