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FAP stands for First Amendment Project

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Also, the Screen Actors Guild, the Writers Guild of America, the Directors Guild of America, the National Association of Broadcasters, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, the Motion Picture Association of America, the National Association of Theatre Owners, the Independent Film and Television Alliance, the Producers Guild of America, LucasArts, the Student Press Law Center, the Society of Professional Journalists, the American Society of News Editors, the National Press Photographers Association, the Radio-Television Digital News Association, and the First Amendment Project registered their opposition to California's poorly designed law.
The authors are raising money for the First Amendment Project, who campaign to preserve freedom of information and expression in America.
The Center for Individual Freedom, First Amendment Project, Media Bloggers Association, Reporters Without Borders and several individual online journalists, bloggers and other groups submitted a brief this week asking that the online publishers be allowed to keep sources confidential.
The First Amendment Project Premieres Tuesday, December 7th at 10:00 PM ET/PT Court TV, the leader in the investigation genre and programming about the justice system, and Sundance Channel, the home for innovative independent film, have formed a first-ever partnership to create The First Amendment Project; a unique series of half-hour films about the First Amendment.
As long as all speakers are afforded the same amount of time, then the board can impose any time limit it wants, said Elizabeth Pritzker, staff attorney for the First Amendment Project in Oakland.
15, 2004 Networks to Recruit Additional Directors to Direct Short Films for Joint Project Airing on Sundance Channel and Court TV(R) Sundance Channel and Court TV(R) announced today that Forest Whitaker and Bob Balaban are the first two filmmakers signed to direct short films for The First Amendment Project, an unprecedented co-production by the two cable networks.
16 /PRNewswire/ -- Sundance Channel(R), the home for innovative independent film, and Court TV(R), the leader in the investigation genre and programming about the justice system, have formed a first-ever partnership to create The First Amendment Project, a unique series of half-hour films about the First Amendment, it was announced today by Larry Aidem, President and CEO of Sundance Channel, and Henry Schleiff, Chairman and CEO of Court TV.