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The YouTube-ification of Public-Access TV in San Francisco is About to Beginnew

California has joined some 20 states in largely letting cable companies off the hook for funding public-access TV. Dozens of cities have lost their stations altogether, and in San Francisco, the operating budget has been hacked to a fifth of its former level. And the old cast of kooky cable programmers doesn't like it one bit.
SF Weekly  |  Lauren Smiley  |  08-12-2009  |  Movies

Shutting Down Public-Access TV in

If everything unfolds as planned, Time Warner will walk away from operating 12 public-access studios in L.A, which help everyday people to create hundreds of hours of content on 11 freewheeling, neighborhood-based public channels.
L.A. Weekly  |  Patrick Range McDonald  |  12-12-2008  |  Media

Headbanging for Jesus!new

It's always been a dream of this reporter to get booked on a Christian talk show posing as a guy who fronts a Christian speed-metal band. Thank Jesus -- his prayers were answered.
SF Weekly  |  Harmon Leon  |  09-09-2005  |  Comedy

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