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 Media Consolidation and Radio


A documentary about how corporate influence corrupts government regulation, limits the free flow of information, and adversely effects American democracy.



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Jon Monday - Director and Producer of Save KLSD: Media Consolidation and Radio. For the past 30-plus years he has been producing recordings, on location and in the studio; later, when the camcorder became popularly available, documenting events with videotape. The events recorded were fundamentally two types: lectures and gatherings at various Vedanta Societies and video of the Los Angeles music scene of the late 70s and early 80s, which he participated in as general manager of Takoma Records and later as head of marketing for Chrysalis Records.

Presently, working under the company name mondayMEDIA, he is digitizing and making available archive materials ranging from Tibetan Monk chants to lectures by Aldous Huxley and Christopher Isherwood, as well as creating new documentaries. Recent DVD releases include a talk by Chalmers Johnson titled Evil Empire and a film of Beat-era poet Charles Bukowski titled The Last Straw, giving his last public performance. Monday also produced the recently released CD, John Fahey Tribute Album, on Fantasy Records.

He was active in the anti-Vietnam War movement in the 60s and is currently vice president of the Fallbrook Democratic Club.

Jennifer Douglas - Producer of Save KLSD: Media Consolidation and Radio. She has an extensive background in news/media production, marketing communications, and public affairs. Jennifer worked as a producer for several years in Washington, D.C. at CNN, the CBS television affiliate, and other news organizations, and has been involved with media production projects for television, radio, print, and the Internet over the years in D.C., New York City, and San Diego. She has worked in the non-profit, governmental, and corporate sectors -- for the Center for Science in the Public Interest, U.S. Representative Jerrold Nadler, the federal Health and Human Services Administration, and MedImpact, among others. She studied public health advocacy in graduate school and earned a degree in English from the University of Michigan.

Currently, Jennifer is a marketing communications consultant and mom to baby Genevieve and toddler Joel. She lives in Scripps Ranch and is married to Joseph Vettel, president of GeoCon Inc., a geotechnical engineering company.

Jennifer spends her time multi-tasking -- working on the "Save KLSD" documentary, practicing yoga, entertaining small children, and satisfying her political media addiction via The New York Times; "The Stacy Taylor Show" on AM1700; MSNBC's "Morning Joe"and "Hardball", "Countdown with Keith Olbermann"; and the Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert shows on Comedy Central.

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