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Wednesday: Santa Cruz Workshop for the FCC Public Hearing

FCC Workshop
Wednesday, July 14, 7-9 p.m.
Louden Nelson Center
Bring writing materials, and/or a charged-up laptop, if you can.

India Joze will provide snacks

We will hear from citizens and media activists in our region, then prepare our own testimony to submit both electronically and in person at the FCC Hearing Wednesday evening, July 21 in Monterey. Hearing is supposed to be free and open to the public.

Join Us!

Questions?
www.media-alliance.org

or Call Media Watch: 831-423-6355

There has never been a better time to organize and make this meeting an overwhelming call for NON CORPORATE controlled and NON COMMERCIAL media. If you believe in FREE SPEECH and the needs of our DEMOCRACY -- get involved.

Flyers can be downloaded frpm the media alliance website -- PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY!!!

Media Watch: Challenging racism, sexism and violence in the media through education and action!
PO Box 618
Santa Cruz, CA 95061-0618
831-423-6355
www.mediawatch.com
 
 


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Re: Wednesday: Santa Cruz Workshop for the FCC Public Hearing

http://radioandrecords.com/Newsroom/2004_07_12/fccreleases.asp

Monday, July 12, 2004

FCC Releases Details For California Localism Hearing

The fourth in the commission's series of public forums devoted to investigating whether local broadcasters are effectively serving their communities will take place on Wednesday, July 21, from 6-10pm PT at the Steinbeck Forum in the Monterey Conference Center. General admission tickets will be made available free on a first-come, first-served basis during two distribution periods, both being held in the hearing's location. The first period will be held on Monday, July 19 from 6-8pm where 150 tickets will be issued, and the rest of the tickets will be handed out on the morning of the hearing from 7am-1pm. The hearing will feature a panel of speakers along with an open microphone session to allow members of the public to address the commission, identical to the FCC's previous localism hearings. The forum will be audiocast on the commission's website at www.fcc.gov.

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