Q/A following with Maria Arana of Radio Bi-Lingue and
film co-producer/writer Jennifer C. Douglas.
Panel discussion follows:Jennifer
Douglas - Writer & Co-Producer SAVE KLSD; Tracy
Rosenberg, Executive Director, Media Alliance; Helen
Grieco, Northern CA Organizer Common
Karen Lipney, Associate Executive Director,
Communications Director SAG-AFTRA
BY COMMON CAUSE
Screening of 60-minute Version
Rocket Bistro 3382 30th
Living the Locavore Life
— Local Film & Food!
Party screening of short version. 20 people maximum — Join writer and co-producer Jennifer Douglas for good times with local radio, local film and local food & drink!
At 6:00 p.m. we'll start socializing (5-7
Hour: select drinks/food, $2-5) 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Show the film
Socializing and informal discussion of the film afterward
$5 suggested donation.
available for an extra $10 at the event with the $5 suggested donation.
price 3-course meal. (Or order off the menu)
Sea Rocket 3-Course Prix Fixe Menu Option for just $25:
Choice of Daily Soup or Tapa
-Choice of Grass Fed Burger, Market Fish
Burger, or House-Made Gnocchi
-Seasonal House-Made Bread Pudding
To RSVP/make a
reservation, contact Sea Rocket via phone 619-255-7049
Q & A follows with Jennifer
Douglas, writer/co-producer of Save KLSD
This screening is part of WCBN-radio's
monthly Free Movie Night. WCBN-88.3 FM is the
student-run radio station at the University of Michigan, co-producer
Jennifer Douglas's alma mater.
Full 100 minute version DVDs
on sale at the special screening price of $10.
DVD Extras include full include extended interviews with The Nation's
John Nichols, Current TV's Cenk Uygur & David
FreePress.net's Robert McChesney.
donation to see both films: $5 (optional). Full
100 minute version DVDs will be on sale at the special screening price of
$10 with the suggested donation of $5 or more.
DVD Extras include full extended interviews with The Nation's John
Nichols, Current TV's Cenk Uygur & David Shuster, and FreePress.net's
and/or drink purchase required*. Happy Hour 5-7pm, then regular
prices on a fantastic menu featuring wine, craft beer, sake,
cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages, and local, organic food (home-made
dips, artisan bread, flatbread with creative toppings such
as Ahi and wasabi, appetizers and my soon-to-be fav -- Warm Chocolate
Bottles owner Jill Mesaros is a supporter of the Save KLSD: Media
Consolidation & Local Radio film and its media reform
message, and is making her venue available to show the film. So
let's eat, drink and be merry... and generous to this wonderful local
ample street parking after 6pm. Ages 21+ only
Saginaw native Jennifer C.
Douglas, a 1982 graduate of what is now Heritage High
School, is this film’s writer, co-producer
and cinematographer. She will attend both of its showings and will talk about the film, the issue it addresses
(the increasing lack of local, diverse radio in America due to media consolidation and its impact on democracy), and her
career in news and media production. In the “KLSD” footage are Phil Donahue, Rachel
Maddow, Ed Schultz and Bill Moyers. Sponsored by Joseph and Kristan Madison.
Poway Democratic Club
Thursday, January 10, 2013, 6:30 P.M. Creekside
Plaza's Community Room* 13495
Poway Rd (map),
Save KLSD screening (60
minute version) followed by Q/A with writer/co-producer Jennifer Douglas. We will also discuss the upcoming FCC vote to
further loosen media ownership regulations and the demise of two more progressive talk stations on the West Coast: KPOJ Portland and KPTK Seattle.
*(South East corner of Poway Rd and Community Rd). The Community Room is behind Chipotle Mexican Grill and next to the open air amphitheater.
by Celebrity Chef Rudy Reyes
Film: Save KLSD1
hour version with producer Jennifer Douglas & other
panelists. Indian Fry Bread Tacos, 1 FREE Opportunity Drawing ticket
conversation about how to build and shape KNSJ
so it can broadly inform & mobilize. Fundraising Donation: $8 -$20 - no one
Full, 1 hr 40 minute version of Save KLSD (DVD) Location: Joyce Beers Community
Center in Hillcrest 3900
From the North:
-From I-805 or I-15, take CA-163 South toward DOWNTOWN
-Just past the I-8 exit, take the UNIVERSITY AVENUE exit (in blue)
-At the end of the ramp, turn LEFT onto UNIVERSITY AVENUE
-Continue on 5 blocks East to VERMONT AVENUE
-Turn LEFT on VERMONT AVENUE
From the South:
-Take I-5 North toward DOWNTOWN
-Merge onto CA-163 North toward ESCONDIDO
-Take the RICHMOND exit (in blue)
-Proceed one block east to VERMONT
-Turn LEFT on VERMONT
-Continue straight past UNIVERSITY AVENUE
is being shown at the 2013 National Conference for Media Reform (NCMR)
screening room in the Conference Commons, where
NCMR will be showing continuous loops of community media and advocacy
videos including a 30-minute updated condensation of Save KLSD. Denver April 5-7
1 - 4 p.m.
Save KLSD (60
minute version) and Broadcast Blues,
award-winning documentaries about broadcast media consolidation.
Q & A with filmmakers Jennifer Douglas and Sue Wilson.
how to exercise your rights as the owners of publicly owned airwaves! Free;
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. For updates, go to Save KLSD's co-producer Jennifer Douglas's
media reform blog.
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.