‘Broadcast Blues’ to screen at DMA

By From page A3 | October 01, 2013

California Common Cause, the Sacramento Media Group and the Media Action Center are sponsoring a screening of the award-winning documentary film, “Broadcast Blues,” a scathing look at the state of American broadcasting today.

“Veteran journalist Sue Wilson explains how corporations controlling talk radio are influencing American public opinion and actually changing the way we vote,” a Davis Media Access news release said.

“Through a series of vignettes, the film shows how media policy changes stemming from the Reagan era have corrupted American news, information and even public safety.”

DMA will host a screening at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at 1623 Fifth St. Parking is available along Fifth Street, and bike parking is also available. The screening is free, with donations accepted with gratitude to benefit DMA.

For information, contact [email protected].

Enterprise staff

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