After 4 1/2 years of attending media conferences,
filming interviews, editing, and fighting for Media Reform, Save KLSD is now available on DVD.
Why should we care that the mass media has been deregulated and is owned overwhelmingly by a handful of large corporations?
Because concentration of ownership in a few hands threatens competition and the diversity and localism of content. Find out more
watch the preview of Save KLSD, a documentary film about the grassroots activism to save San Diego's progressive talk radio KLSD/AM1360, the lack of local, diverse content on our airwaves across America and the efforts to ensure broadcasters meet their public interest responsibilities.
Fortunately, the filmmakers — director Jon Monday and writer Jennifer C. Douglas — didn’t dwell on the ins and outs of the KLSD campaign but made their film much more about media consolidation in general, interviewing major figures on what’s left of the Left media in this country.
I view LINK TV via Roku. Please
make this video available via your Roku channel!
LINK, please get this show back
on your schedule the coming weeks, as Portland folks need to see it
since Thom Hartmann's former station KPOJ just yesterday switched
formats in the EXACT SAME fashion as KLSD did when I lived down
there when KLSD was shut down. It is needed here now, and I'm sure
Thom Hartmann will direct viewers to LINK if it is showing in the
Radio stations I once enjoyed
are still there, but instead of talk shows with a variety of topics
such as local, state, and national politics, sports, entertainment,
and all important local-issues emphasis - now a steady ration of
conservative talk due to concentration of ownership in the hands of
the few. This is a sad and dangerous trend. If you value diversity -
watch Save KLSD to learn more and how you can help reverse this
Thank you for showing this
important documentary - an educated electorate is critical to our
democracy and having thoughtful, intelligent media outlets for
commentary and discussion is imperative to the process. This film
magnifies the problem of inequitable and unjust behind-the-scenes
decision making that has resulted in our current partisan broadcast
I have seen this excellent documentary
- corporate-owned media is one of the most crucial issues we must
expose and overcome if we are to be an informed electorate and
Order now for
$14.95 (plus $3 shipping and CA Sales Tax).
can help make support the fight for Media Reform by donating. Each
person who donates at least $100 will receive a copy of the DVD
signed by the producers. Donations of any amount are most welcome.