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ONLINE AUCTION LINK & QUIET DRIVE UPDATE

ONLINE AUCTION UNDERWAY! Click here for our ONLINE AUCTION, produced in partnership with Nevada Public Radio. Search for KZYX to see local Mendocino, Lake County, and Trinity County listings, posted by donors who are supporting KZYX&Z. Thanks!

So far we've raised over $22,100 during our QUIET DRIVE! Our goal for June is $75,000. We've knocked about 2 1/2 days off of the drive so far. Let's do it! Some stations who produce QUIET DRIVES have been able to eliminate an entire on air membership drive by about the 3rd attempt. We are well on our way. Let's try to slide into summer with as little show interruption as possible, this year and in the future. 



http://knpr.org/events/summer-online-auction-underway

 

 

FCC Commissioner Nicholas Johnson on KZYX -- Friday, June 13, at 9 a.m., Pacific Time

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FCC COMMISSIONER NICK JOHNSON ON KZYX. “All About Money” returns to KZYX on Friday, June 13, at 9 a.m., Pacific Time, with former FCC Commissioner Nicholas Johnson, who now teaches at the Iowa University School of Law. Our second guest is Sarah Morris, who is senior policy counsel for the Open Policy Institute at the New America Foundation. The show is a follow-up to our last show about how big telecom is pricing net neutrality — the Open Internet — out of the market. We also hope former FCC Chair Michael Copps will be a guest once the FCC starts to make more rulings on net neutrality.

Johnson said today: “The genius of the Internet has always been its openness. Anyone with an Internet connection can access any of its public content, from anywhere, at any time. Those features, built into the Internet’s architecture, are unfortunately not built into its law. The FCC has tried to remedy that, but today once again has run into opposition from the courts. Since the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has addressed how the FCC went about it, more than the desirability of its goal, we can hope that the Commission, and Congress if necessary, will move swiftly to get it done in the right way.”

For more about Johnson, see:
http://www.nicholasjohnson.org/writing/masmedia/patv0626.html
As a senior policy counsel for the Open Technology Institute at New America Foundation, Sarah Morris assists in the research and development of policy proposals related to open technologies, broadband access, and emerging technological issues.

Former FCC commissioner and chairman, and currently special adviser to Common Cause’s Media and Democracy Initiative, Michael Copps released a statement: “The Court’s decision today [see below] in Verizon v. the FCC is poised to end the free, open, and uncensored Internet that we have come to rely on. People depend on the Open Internet to connect and communicate with each other freely. Voters need it to inform themselves before casting ballots. Without prompt corrective action by the Commission to reclassify broadband, this awful ruling will serve as a sorry memorial to the corporate abrogation of free speech.”

http://www.cadc.uscourts.gov/internet/opinions.nsf/3AF8B4D938CDEEA685257C6000532062/$file/11-1355-1474943.pdf

Broadcasts of NPR affiliate station, KZYX, are heard live in the Counties of Mendocino, Lake, Humboldt, and Mendocino in northern California at 88.1, 90.7, and 91.5 FM. We also stream live from the web at www.kzyx.org

Shows may be archived at the station's website or posted to the Public Radio Exchange.
 

 
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MCPB Board of Directors

Our next board meeting will be held Monday, June 27th at 6pm at Anderson Valley High School. We hope you can join us as we vote to approve the budget for KZYX&Z for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1st, 2016. The address for the high school is 18200 Mountain View Rd in Boonville.

The Finance Committee will have a public meeting on Monday, June 27th at 4pm at KZYX&Z, 9300 Highway 128, between Philo and Boonville (closer to Philo).

Stay tuned here for the posting of the agenda for the next meeting of Mendocino County Public Broadcasting's board of directors.


 


 

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