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Localism Task Force Public Hearing
Monterey, CA - 7/21/04

The FCC's Localism Task Force has scheduled six public hearings on the subject of localism, and is holding the fourth of these in Monterey, California. The purpose of this public hearing is to gather information from consumers, industry, civic organizations, and others on broadcasters’ service to their local communities.


Related Documents

7/20/04
FCC's Localism Task Force Announces Panelists and Final Agenda for Public Hearing on Broadcast Localism in Monterey, California, July 21, 2004.
News Release:
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7/9/04
FCC Localism Task Force Announces Ticketing and Open Microphone Procedures to Facilitate Public Participation at Broadcast Localism Hearing in Monterey, California, July 21, 2004.
News Release: Word | Acrobat
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Attachment 2: Word | Acrobat
Attachment 3: Word | Acrobat
Attachment 4: Acrobat
En Espanol...

6/18/04
FCC Localism Task Force Announces Date and Location of Monterey, California Hearing.
News Release: Word | Acrobat


Agenda

FCC Commissioners Kathleen Abernathy, Michael Copps, and Jonathan Adelstein will preside at the hearing.

6:00-6:30 pm Opening Remarks
6:30-7:15 pm Speaker Presentations I

Blanca Zarazua
Chair, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Monterey County
Honorary Consul to Mexico for Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties
Salinas, California
Statement

Eduardo Dominguez
Vice President and General Manager,
KSTS-TV (Telemundo),
San Jose, California
Statement

Patti Miller
Director, Children & the Media Program
Children Now
Oakland, California
Statement

Joseph W. Heston
President and General Manager
KSBW-TV (Hearst-Argyle Television)
Salinas, California
Statement

Martin Kaplan,
Associate Dean
Annenberg School for Communication
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
Statement

Sean McLaughlin
President and CEO
Akaku: Maui Community Television
Kahului, Hawaii
Statement

Chuck Tweedle
Senior Regional Vice President, Bonneville International’s San Francisco
and St. Louis Divisions; General Manager, KOIT-AM/FM
San Francisco, California
Statement

Commissioner Questions

7:15-8:00 pm Speaker Presentations II

Harry J. Pappas
President and CEO, Pappas Telecasting Companies
Visalia, California
Statement

John P. Connolly
National President
American Federation of Radio and Television Artists
Los Angeles, California
Statement

Kathy Baker
Executive Vice President
Buckley Radio; General Manager, KWAV-FM and KIDD-AM
Monterey, California
Statement

Davey D
Disc Jockey
KPFA-FM
Berkeley, California

Delia Saldivar
Regional Manager
KHDC-FM (Radio Bilingüe, Inc.)
Salinas, California
Statement

Harry B. Robins, Jr.
Emergency Services Manager
Monterey County

Warren L. Trumbly
President
Community Broadcasters Association
Zephyr Cove, Nevada
Vice President
Broadland Properties, KAXT-CA,
San Jose, California
Statement

Commissioner Questions

8:00-8:15 pm Break

8:15-10:00 pm Open Microphone

Moderator:
Belva Davis
Host, “This Week in Northern California,” KQED (PBS),
San Francisco

10:00 pm Closing Remarks




last reviewed/updated on 8/13/04 


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