Message from David Hernandez President,

Since the onset of this crisis, we at the Los Angeles Public Access Coalition have addressed all departments, City Council members, City Attorney and Mayor with respect to protecting the First Amendment Rights of Los Angeles Public Access Producers and Cable Subscribers.

 

As we have reported, all requests for clarity and accountability have been ignored. As a result we appealed to the Attorney General Edmund Brown for assistance.

 

All agree our concerns are valid, but all advise they are without the ability to bring a reasonable and viable resolution to the Public Access Cable Crisis.

 

Many individuals and organizations have rallied to our side as supporters and advocates for a Non Governmental controlled system for Public Access.

 

We are pleased to announce that Common Cause has joined the battle to save Public Access.

 

They have sent out a massive Email appeal to their members, nationwide, to facilitate Email letters to Attorney General Gerry Brown and City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo to seek injunctive relief under the (Unfair) Business and Professions Code 17200 Section 3 against Time Warner Cable for shutting down the 12 channels and studios.

 

The response has been widespread and is ongoing. We look forward to the challenge ahead and pledge to all Cable Subscribers that we will continue this fight to its conclusion.

 

 

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One Response to “Message from David Hernandez President,”

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