Over the past decade, "the little cable access show that could" has been making history. From investigating illegal immigration and street vendors, LAPD policies and reforms, California election/voter fraud, to the American Presidency, the Full Disclosure Network™ program with Leslie Dutton has regularly tackled the tough "Rule Of Law" issues that the regular news media outlets rarely touch. The program has captured pivotal leaders on videotape, challenging them with in-depth interviews and discussions as history unfolds.
The Full Disclosure Network™ was founded in 1992 by Leslie Dutton, who, as a veteran civic activist, felt a desperate need for community and public affairs programming, especially from the grassroots perspective. Starting on one Santa Monica cable channel, Full Disclosure Network™ has expanded its base and distribution throughout California and is now seen regularly on over 40 cable channels from Orange County to Sacramento.
Emphasizing issues facing the LAPD, Full Disclosure Network™ has focused on reforms sparked by the 1992 Riots and the Christopher Commission Report. Full Disclosure Network™ has featured interviews with every recent L.A.P.D. Chief from Ed Davis to William Bratton. Dutton has also interviewed most of the Deputy Chiefs, including the late Jesse Brewer, who was the first and highest ranking African-American to serve as LAPD Assistant Chief. She has also interviewed numerous Police Commission Presidents and produced a special series of interviews on the role of the LAPD Inspector General, which was chosen to be included in the Los Angeles City Archives as part of the city's historical record.
Other Full Disclosure Network™ guests have included elected and appointed officials from federal, state and local government as well a prominent civic leaders and community groups. Some other notables who have appeared on Full Disclosure Network™ are: National and local journalists, State Senators, Assembly members, California Secretary of State, California Superior Court Judges and Administrators, University of California Administrators, a UC Regent, L. A. and Orange County Sheriffs, ACLU Attorneys, Civil Rights Activists/Attorneys, Immigrant Rights Activists/Attorneys, Police Officers, Social workers, Fraud Investigators and countless concerned citizens.
Type of Show: Multiple episode series
Target Viewing Market: Local to Target State or Province
State of Production and/or Target State or Province: California
Frequency of Episodes: Approximately every 30 days
Show Producer: Full Disclosure Network Note on Downloading:
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|Death Of Public Cable Channels, Part 2||00:28:29||0.68||4|
|Saving Public Access Television, Part 1||00:28:29||0.68||6|
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|Saving Public Access Television, Part 3||00:28:28||0.68||6|
|Saving Public Access Television, Part 4||00:28:29||0.68||6|
|US Department of Justice Compromised By HUD Cover-Up, Part 2||00:28:04||0.66||0|
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