Detailed Screening Calendar
Save KLSD: Media Consolidation & Local Radio

Broadcast of  60-minute version of Save KLSD
on LinkTV

(Pictured: Jon Elliott)
Link TV is airing Save KLSD through September 2013 and is offering the 
Save KL
SD DVDs as a premium during its pledge drive. 
(Read the Link TV write-up & Preview and check for u
p-to-date airdates
Up-to-date airdates also available at
Jennifer  Douglas's† Media Reform Blog

Check here for LinkTV up-to-date airdates

Link TV can be found on Satellite DirecTV Channel 375
Dish Network Channel 9410
Cable: Check Link TV's interactive map

About LinkTV

Democratic Club of Southwest Riverside County
www.DemocratSWRiverside.com

Monday, May 6, 2013, 7:00 p.m.

Casa Jimenez
40535 California Oaks Road
Murrieta, CA 92562

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7:00 PM (Come early if you want to have dinner firstó
good food, reasonable prices, great company!)

Our guest speaker, Jennifer Douglas, will show a documentary film about the grassroots activism to save San Diego's progressive talk radio KLSD/AM1360.  Written and co-produced by Ms. Douglas, the film explores how deregulated and overwhelmingly corporate-owned mass media threaten diversity and localism of content. The film includes interviews with Bill Moyers, Phil Donahue, Amy Goodman, Ed Schultz, Thom Hartmann, Randi Rhodes, John Nichols and others.  Q/A will follow film.

 

 May 2013 Carlsbad, CA TBA

The 60-minute "Club Version" is a condensation of Save KLSD: Media Consolidation & Local Radio, shortened to make it appropriate for airing on TV or  for screening at clubs or organizations. The complete film on DVD is 100 minutes long and also has extras that include full, extended interviews with The Nation's John Nichols, Current TV's Cenk Uygur & David Shuster, and FreePress.net's Robert McChesney.

About LinkTV

The nonprofit viewer-supported LinkTV channel airs Amy Goodman's Democracy Now!, news from Al Jezeera, TED Talks, and other diverse content. The Gates Foundation funds its viewchange.org with video on global development issues. The Knight Foundation, The MacArthur Foundation, The Tides Foundation and Nike, Inc. are among its supporters. 

Formed in 1999, Link Media owns and operates the broadcast channel Link TV and www.LinkTV.org. Link is the first nationwide television channel and website dedicated to providing global perspectives on news, events and culture. Link's programs provide a unique perspective on international news, current events, and diverse cultures, presenting issues not often covered in the US media. It connects viewers with people at the heart of breaking events, organizations in the forefront of social change and the cultures of an increasingly global community.

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To RSVP: email jen@saveklsd.com

 

Buy Now !

Order online: $14.95 + $3.00 Shipping. 

$1 of each sale donated to groups working on media reform including Common Cause, New Media Rights Media Action Center, and FreePress.net. 

Donate Now

You 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.  

 


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