IT ISN'T FRANKIE'S PIGGY BANK!
Medford's community media station has been hijacked by four individuals.
Allegedly, Arthur Alan Deluca isn't even allowed to vote as a board member, and might even be getting additional pay to "program" the station along with alleged "free membership for life", Christmas bonus "Bomber jacket" (allegedly) and alleged free bus passes.
When Mayor McGlynn shirks his responsibility to the people of Medford, the wolves take advantage of the hen house
what a charade: THE ACM DOESN'T KNOW HOW STATIONS FUNCTION; IT IS A NON-PROFIT THAT ASKS FOR MONEY BEFORE IT GIVES OUT AWARDS. YOU HAVE TO PAY IN ORDER TO SUBMIT A SHOW.
THAT DOESN'T MEAN THE BEST SHOW IN AMERICA WINS, THAT MEANS IF A STATION FORKS OVER $1500.00 THE ACM MIGHT FEEL AS OBLIGATED AS NELL ESCOBAR COAKLEY AT THE MEDFORD TRANSCRIPT TO PUBLISH PUFF PIECES ABOUT HER CLIENT - MCGLYNN CITY HALL - THAN WRITE THE TRUTH ABOUT THE MALFEASANCE AT A LOCAL NON-PROFIT.
ALLIANCE FOR COMMUNITY MEDIA
In order for democracy to flourish, people must be active participants in their government, educated to think critically and free to express themselves.
Founded in 1976, the Alliance represents over 3,000 Public, Educational and Governmental (PEG) access organizations and community media center throughout the country. The ACM works to protect the interests of these access centers and those who use PEG facilities and equipment to advance their causes through cable television and the Internet. We also represent: