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A Fight - Berkeley-Style - Over Radio's Future - A lockout at the oldest public radio station spurs concern that a crusading liberal voice will be silenced. Christian Science Monitor.
Bensky bounced - Bensky's firing came fewer than 10 days after the termination of popular KPFA general manager Nicole Sawaya. The network fired Bensky because of his on-air comments in support of Sawaya. SF Bay Guardian.
Berkeley KPFA Radio Staff Won Battle, But War Goes On - When Pacifica Foundation returned control of the radio station KPFA to staff , it lifted its "gag rule," but also left staff with an ultimatum to increase diversity and audience size. Sacramento Bee.
Council Backs Workers in KPFA Power Struggle - The Berkeley Daily Planet on Berkeley's City Council coming out against a proposal by KPFA's parent Pacifica Radio Network to change its by-laws.
Dennis Bernstein: How I Was Arrested on the Air - Dennis Bernstein's article in CounterPunch on his arrest at KPFA.
Hundreds Protest for KPFA After Tussle on the Air - KPFA sits boarded up and padlocked. Pacifica's national management put KPFA's entire staff on administrative leave and filled its air with archival material. Current Online.
KPFA Listeners Protest Pacifica - More than 500 KPFA radio supporters rallied to demand the protection of the radio station's employees and a review of its finances. The Daily Californian.
KPFA: Statement from 1999-SEIU Healthcare Workers Union Local 250 - Supporting the activists fighting the Pacifica's takeover and calling for the Foundation's Board to halt its unfair labor practices and negotiate in good faith with the bargaining committee at KPFA.
Love Underground Vision Radio - Coverage of KPFA Protest - Audio files of the 1999 protests and teach-ins against the Pacifica Network at Berkeley's KPFA radio station. (requires RealAudio player)
Nearly Half a Million Spent During KPFA Lockout - The Pacifica Foundation spent nearly $500,000 to hire armed security guards and a public relations firm during a prolonged showdown with employees radio station KPFA. SF Chronicle.
Pacifica Board Ousts KPFA Staff - KPFA's entire staff was ejected from the radio station's building, and riot police were called in to forcibly disperse a crowd estimated at 500 protesters gathered in support. Pigdog Journal.
Pacifica Reopens KPFA but Discusses its Sale - Pacifica opens KPFA's doors, staffers continue protest and two board members confirm that Pacifica may sell Berkeley station. Current Magazine.
Shadow Falling on Beacon of Independent Radio - In late March, a crisis exploded at KPFA when Pacifica abruptly fired station manager Nicole Sawaya, a leader who had unified the station's diverse staff and volunteers. CorpWatch.
The Coup at KPFA - Article in the Revolutionary Worker on Pacifica's attempted take over of KPFA and the activism in opposition.
The Taking of KPFA by Pacifica - Full coverage of 1999 dispute at KPFA from San Francisco Bay Guardian newspaper
Trouble in Texas - Pacifica's board wanted to discuss the network's future in secret. KPFA staff and supporters wanted them to resign. A report from the San Francisco Bay Guardian.
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