[img_assist|nid=203|title=goodman|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=132|height=200] On Nov. 20, noted journalist Amy Goodman shared with a capacity crowd at UC Davis her unique perspective gleaned from 13 years hosting “Democracy Now!”, as well as selections from her new book Breaking the Sound Barrier (Haymarket Books, 2009). I’ve long admired her work, so it was a thrill to meet her and to hear her resounding support for our community’s independent media outlets. I also enjoyed meeting Denis Moyihan, who's worked with Amy for years on the show and column, and edited this most recent book. Goodman appeared the same night as students were occupying Dutton Hall on campus. She called...
Davis Media Access (DMA) has produced several voter education programs pertaining to the Nov. 3 election on Measure P. DMA has provided voter education programming and in-depth coverage of local elections for more than 20 years. (Some KDRT programmers are addressing the issue as well - see http://kdrt.org/node/115)
Davis Media Access Board of Directors RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF HR 3745, the Community Access Preservation Act WHEREAS, public, educational and government (PEG) channels play a significant role in the City of Davis and Yolo County, are a unique and valuable resource for local information and debate on issues for the residents of Yolo County and the City of Davis; and
This column was originally published in The Davis Enterprise on Sept. 24,2009 It’s flu season, and as the first seasonal flu works it way through my household, I’m all too aware of what that means. Davis Media Access (DMA) just finished shooting a three-minute PSA with the Yolo County Health Department. The PSA was created to raise awareness of both the seasonal flu and novel H1N1 virus, and outlines steps for prevention and care.
This column originally ran in The Davis Enterprise on June 25, 2009 By Autumn Labbé-Renault Running a community media center is never short on surprises, but I’ve had multiple opportunities lately to be both surprised and gratified.