Calif Ch 3 - Sacramento, CA

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In the beginning television was hailed as a marvel that would bring Americans closer to their government. But it never happened that way - mainly because radio and television found that in order to attract viewership they had to move things quickly. Now your typical television news story on state ... See more government lasts less than 60 seconds - that is if they run any story at all. Many political pundits blame inadequate media coverage of government for undermining the quality of representative democracy and contributing to the extreme level of ignorance on the part of the citizenry. Many believe that constituents have become isolated from legislators and other government officials. Many are ill-prepared to understand and act upon the problems facing government. Yet, there can be a difference in your television! First there was C-SPAN, created by the cable television industry to cover the proceedings of the nations Congress. Now, two decades years later, many are convinced that this national public service represents power and truth. In fact, many Americans view C-SPAN as a national treasure. Building upon the success of that venture, Californias cable television industry is now investing heavily in The California Channel as a means of bringing civic understanding and balance to state policy questions. The California Channel, like its model C-SPAN, is powerfully simple because of its unselfish display of completely unedited, unbiased legislative news. So many people complain about the news media distorting reality to the right or the left, misusing sound bites and shaping quotes and content to their advantage. If you really want truth in government, then stop consuming the talk-show/tabloid television spin and settle in with the stoic California Channel. The glory of The California Channel is what you see - a focused camera, simply watching as the inevitable political theater happens. The camera does not blink, so no one edits what you see. Nobody talks over the proceedings to tell you what to think, they let the electeds do the talking - sometimes to the amazement of their constituents. The California Channel simply watches: whether it is the Governor addressing a crisis confronting Californians, or some member of the legislature talking about the long-term effects of industrial deregulation. The California Channel is a basic journalistic concept - the television camera serving as the eyes and ears of a private California citizen. The network gives each viewer a front-row seat to state policy debates. The network's most important task remains their original one - daily gavel-to-gavel coverage of California legislative debates in the hopes of educating a new generation of civic leaders and voting citizens. The longer you watch The California Channel the more you see that time is the key to everything. Time makes it possible to deal with issues, whether highly emotional or extremely complex, that seem beyond the grasp of traditional TV news. When you hear an ultra-conservative Republican Caucasian Assembly- member from northern rural California passionately voice the plight of the African-American male in today's society you realize that such a thing could never be captured on another network. Time creates the potential for boredom, of course, but also for something that has been virtually banished from television: spontaneity. The California Channel is the people's television. The California Channel asks only for your time and involvement. You won't have to endure pledge drives, nor blatant appeals to donate your hard-earned funds to perpetuate the programs - because Californias cable television industry is picking up the entire tab. But after watching, you may just want to get involved. With each passing month, The California Channel becomes more valuable than ever and your personal involvement is imperative. When The California Channel presents a hearing, you don't get the evening news anchor giving you the network's spin. You get that quiet camera, focused, unrelenting, critically objective. That's your eye. And the microphone, that is your ear.

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Listen, there is International Securities and Exchange Protection for people like me... Beware because it does not matter what country you are in... Enforcement can have you brought to court by court order in any country... Signing all these small print written contracts with Nasa Space Administrati see more... on could land a bunch of people and agencies in an International Justice Center with a threat for fines and jailtime... Be careful, there are already a significant amount of billionaires and millionaires in jail for white collar crime... Consequently, these securities fraud people have already done 60% percent of their time incarcerant... Make sure you know what you are doing with me... Even the hospitals and the city managers desks do not matter... Just because they sign the torture list with me and Nasa does not mean that you won't be isolated or broght to justice for securities fraud.... Mr. Edward D. Drew III/Universal Boss!!! Elizabeth Jacobs Named Deputy Director Of SEC's Office Of International Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2003-166 Washington, D.C., Nov. 26, 2003 - The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced the appointment of Elizabeth Jacobs as Deputy Director of the Commission's Office of International Affairs. Ms. Jacobs joined the SEC in 1984 as an attorney in the Division of Market Regulation's Office of Trading Practices. She became a senior counsel to the Office of International Affairs in 1989 and was promoted to Assistant Director in 1994. During her tenure, she has been responsible for negotiating many of the Commission's bilateral information-sharing agreements with foreign securities regulators and has represented the SEC in a number of international forums. As part of the OIA's interest in improving coordination among the SEC's Divisions and Offices and in enhancing the efficiency of its operations, Ms. Jacobs will be charged with managing the Office of International Affairs' day-to-day operations. These operations include advising SEC commissioners and staff on regulatory policy initiatives that have international aspects, assisting the SEC's Enforcement Division with obtaining information and evidence related to securities law violations from abroad, and providing technical assistance to countries with developing securities markets. Ethiopis Tafara, Director of the Office of International Affairs, stated, "Elizabeth brings with her extensive management experience and unique international expertise that will prove invaluable as she takes on the task of managing OIA's operations. She is well-known and highly respected among SEC staff in all of the Divisions and Offices, and we are very fortunate that she has agreed to take on this new role." Ms. Jacobs received her undergraduate degree from Emory University where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa, and her law degree, with honors, from the George Washington University National Law Center.

March 16, 2014, 9:40 p.m. GMT


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