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 Dear Members of the List & Others: We are VERY happy to announce:


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                          DR. JOHN  B. HANEY




         Professor Emeritus - Communications

                  Queens College - CUNY




          Member of the Board of Directors

                    Queens Public Television


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                                        John B. Haney

                John B. Haney is Professor of Media Studies Emeritus at Queens College of the City University of New York, having taught there from 1971 to his retirement in 2000.  During that period he was also Director of Instructional Development (including managing television, film, language labs, film library, multi-media and audiovisual services) from 1971 to 1984.
                Prior to coming to New York, he was Professor of Speech at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and before that Associate Professor of English and Chief of the Television Division of the Directorate of Instructional Research at the United States Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs.
                In his retirement Dr. Haney continues on the Board of Directors of Queens Public Television, the community access organization for that borough.   He is also Chairman of the Senior Citizen Commission of the Town of North Hempstead on Long Island.   He is the recipient of the 1997 Intellectual Freedom Award from the New York State Library Association for his work on behalf of an artist who was denied an exhibition at the Manhasset Public Library on grounds of content censorship, which work includes authoring "Sense and Consorability", a teleplay which won a prize in Long Island Public Access Television's first "New Playwrights" competition.  He is author of two books on instructional media, plus letters and op-ed pieces in Newsday and the New York Times.  He is now compiling a collection of his short stories.
                Dr. Haney is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and holds the M. A. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.


His married to Diane D. Haney and lives in North Hills, Long Island.  His two sons are both employed in the phrarmacuticles industry, one as a research scientist and the other as a statistical designer, and live with their families in the Boston area.



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Senate Bill 1349 and House Bill H.R. 3146

The Alliance for Community Media (ACM), on behalf of millions of Americans nationwide, supports competition, diversity and localism in media. The ACM supports requirements that companies using public rights-of-way and public spectrum provide the means for local community use of media.

H.R. 3146 and S. 1349 are contrary to ACM’s goals and will not even accomplish its own stated purposes. In addition, both bills are unnecessary. Telephone companies may enter the video market today as common carriers, as open video service providers, or under the same franchising framework as cable companies.

H.R. 3146 and S. 1349 do not serve the public interest. The ACM and thousands of its members nationwide urge rejection of H.R. 3146 and S. 1349.


The Alliance for Community Media is committed to assuring everyone's access to electronic media. The Alliance advances this goal through public education, a progressive legislative and regulatory agenda, coalition building and grassroots organizing.
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