Monday - Director and co-Producer
of Save KLSD: Media Consolidation & Local Radio. For the past
30-plus years he had been producing audio recordings on location and in
the studio. Later, when the camcorder became popularly available, he began
documenting events with videotape. The events recorded were fundamentally
two types: lectures and gatherings at various Vedanta Societies and video
of the Los Angeles music scene of the late 70s and early 80s, which he
participated in as general manager of Takoma Records and later as
head of marketing for Chrysalis Records.
Presently, working under the company name mondayMEDIA,
he is digitizing and making available archival materials ranging from Tibetan
Monk polyphonic chants to lectures by Aldous
Huxley and Christopher
Isherwood as well as creating new documentaries. Recent DVD
releases include a talk by Chalmers Johnson entitled Evil
Empire and a film of Beat-era poet Charles Bukowski
Tough Mother, (Bukowski giving his last public
"reading"). Monday's latest DVD release is The
Arc of Life: Huston Smith on Life, Death & Beyond
Dychtwald; and Monday also produced the recently released CD, John
Fahey Tribute Album, on Fantasy Records.
He was active in the anti-Vietnam War movement in the 60s and is currently
vice-president of the Fallbrook
C. Douglas, co-Producer and Writer of Save KLSD, has a background
in news/media production, marketing communications, and public affairs.
Douglas worked in Washington, D.C. as a freelancer at CNN and WUSA-TV/CBS
and on staff at WTTG-TV. She has written and produced for video,
television, radio, print, and the Internet in D.C., New York City, and San
Diego. Douglas has worked in the non-profit, governmental, and corporate
sectors as a researcher and marketing manager for the Center for Science
in the Public Interest, U.S. Representative Jerrold
Nadler, the U.S. Health and Human Services Administration,
and Mailboxes Etc./UPS.
She studied Community Health
Education/MPH at the Hunter College Graduate School of Health Sciences and
has an undergraduate degree in English from the University of Michigan.
Currently, Douglas is a marketing communications consultant. She also works
as a part-time children's naturalist for the Audubon Society and is
on the board of San Diego Children & Nature. Douglas lives in San
Diego with her husband and two children.
can help make support the fight for Media Reform by donating. Each
person who donates at least $100 will receive a copy of the DVD
signed by the producers. Donations of any amount are most welcome.