Full Disclosure Network® presents a nine minute video news blog with Ed Asner who appears to attack the "progressive" members of the Los Angeles City Council and challenges them to stop the neglect of the public cable access television channels and to start funding the facilities here in the heart of the media world and Hollywood California.
Full Disclosure Network® presents a six minute Video News Blog featuring a chronology of events leading up to the abrupt termination of the Emmy Award winning public affairs program from the L. A. CityView Cable Channel 35 last June.
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.
With only two hours notice Full Disclosure Network®rushed to the Los Angeles City Hall on Tuesday, February 1st where a strategic five-year plan for L A City Government Channels was announced, describing elaborate plans to use millions of dollars for the City to produce video content to communicate with the public in taxi cabs, at airports, and even gas stations.
The Full Disclosure Network® presents an exclusive video report on how the L. A. City Council is prepared to seize control of the public access cable channels.
Cable studio campaign sabotage caught on video.
Full Disclosure Network® is releasing this two minute video reportfeaturing a short excerpt from a meeting with L.A. City Councilman Bill Rosendahl, held on October 29, 2009 where he informs Stanley Sheinbaum, the former LAPD Police Commission President and First Amendment powerhouse that Public Access television is finished in Los Angeles.
Political powerhouse Stanley Sheinbaum, former Regent of the University of California (appointed by Gov. Gerry Brown) and former President of the Los Angeles Police Commission has jumped into the fight to save public access cable channels and studios in Los Angeles. Appearing in a Full Disclosure Network® Video News Blog (ten minutes) Mr. Sheinbaum describes why he wrote a letter appealing to Attorney General Edmund G. Brown, Jr. to intervene.