New’spaper That are farce Know About/Political Corruption; Sexually Assaulted & RICO Statute the Law & Rules of American guide line, their choice was not to report the new.
You see I am a VICTIM of Political Corruption;Hiding Sexually Assaulted & RICO Statute and I have file both Case in Court. Being a VICTIM, I have giving Document and testified as truth with my statements in Both Case which are in Federal and Circuit Court as of TODAY!
A. Federal United State District Court at the C338 Prince Kuhio Federal Bldg, 300 Ala Moana Boulevard in Honolulu, Hawaii 96850 :CASE[ CV11 OO180 JMS RLP]
B. Circuit Court of the Third Circuit at 777 Kilauea Ave in the State of Hawaii, Hilo, Hawaii CASE [ CIVIL No.11-1-120]
These newspaper’s choice was not to report the new’s about Political Corruption; Sexually Assaulted under “RICO” Statute. Why, is it because I am a minority female, maybe it’s a Political reason or could it be that this happen here in the State of Hawaii. Yes Hawaii was one of the four State’s [name in my document in court] Yes , Major Media refused to tell how ISexually Assaulted Under RICO Statute,thus createPolitical Corruption. I lost my small business here in the state of Hawaii and now I am on SSI due to injury.Where is the Major Media , are they trying to hide somethings?
People who work in New’s Media,I made phone call[I have phone record as proof] to, but to no avail.
1. Dennis Francis[firstname.lastname@example.org Honolulu ] who is the President and Publisher who is in charge of Star-AdvertiserADMINISTRATION Go .
Yes I call him at this number (808) 529-4702 on Friday, June 3, 2011 and Monday, June 6, 2011 at 9:30 am,but to no avail.
Oahu Publications, Inc., owned and administrated by Black Press Ltd, is publisher of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, MidWeek, Pulse, HILuxury, 101 Things To Do, Hawaii Marine, Ho’okele (Navy-Airforce), and Hawaii Army Weekly.
Black Press Ltd is owned of Star Advertising
What does Black Press believe in[RED DEER ADVOCATE] Did you know that Black Pree Newspaper’s /choice was not to report /Political Corruption & Sexually Assaulted Under RICO Statute.
Yet their beleif is being RED DEER ADVOCATE over helping minority female who was Sexually Assaulted and hiding Political Corruption under[ RICO Statute] where their newpaper is call Star-Advertiser ran in State of Hawaii.
Black Press/Lower Mainland and their claim “we are
|“Explore how you can reach BC with the best”From humble beginnings over a century ago with a circulation of less than 250 in 1891, Black Press/Lower Mainland currently publishes 17 award winning newspapers with a combined circulation of 568,200. This group reaches over 1.2 million readers from North and West Vancouver to Hope. Each newspaper is a reflection of the unique community it serves with locally-produced content. Black Press is easily the industry leader in Canada and is recognized as such throughout North America – yet the essence of the founding commitment has remained constant. Black Press/Lower Mainland newspapers work hard to serve community and customers, give good value based on quality editorial and advertising, and remember that the community newspaper is in many ways the property of the readers, to be passed on from generation to generation, with Black Press/Lower Mainland providing the stewardship.|
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2. David Bock Editor of The Hawaii Tribune and I call D. Bock on May 17,18, 2011 and on May 25 , 26, 2011 but he did not return my phone call. Their office is 355 Kinoole St., Hilo,Hawaii, 96720 -Herald. Did you know that the Hawaii tribune is a member of the Associated Press, Hawaii Publishers Association and the Newspaper Association of America. Furthermore Hawaii Tribune-Herald is a locally operated member of Stephens Media LLC. Also I call[702-383-0211] on May 26, 2011 the Review Journal newspaper operated on 1111West Bonanza Road, in Las Vegas, Nevada 89106. I asked that CEO Michael Ferguson, of the company’s call me but to no avail.
Who is Stephens Media LLC?
The company has been expanding its interactive Internet business, where it operates online sites for its newspapers and portal sites like LasVegas.com, which is licensed to Greenspun Media Group. The company co-owns hawaii.com with Gannett. The company is also a partner in the California Newspapers Partnership with MediaNews and Gannett. The company also formed in November 2009 a joint venture with WEHCO Media, Inc. in Arkansas.
On November 12, 2010, Michael Ferguson, the company’s Chief Operating Officer, was promoted to CEO. The previous CEO, Sherman Frederick, will remain with Stephens Media in a consultant role and write a weekly column for Stephens Media newspapers. Mark Hinueber is Vice President, General Counsel and Director of Human Resources.
On November 28, 2010, Stephens Media Iowa, LLC, a subsidiary of Stephens Media, acquired several newspapers including the Ames Tribune, Boone News-Republican, Dallas County News, Nevada Journal, Ames About People & Advertiser, Tri-County Times, and Algona Upper Des Moines from Midlands Newspapers, Inc., a subsidiary of the Omaha World-Herald Compa
Which State are their Newspaper locally operated from?
Newspapers by State
- Southwest Times Record, Fort Smith, Ark. (DAILY)
- Pine Bluff Commercial, Pine Bluff, Ark. (DAILY)
- North Little Rock Times, North Little Rock, Ark. (Weekly, Thur.)
- Press Argus Courier, Van Buren, Ark. (twice Weekly, Wed. & Sat.)
- Jacksonville Patriot, Jacksonville, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Sherwood Voice, Sherwood, Ark. (Weekly, Thur.)
- Maumelle Monitor, Maumelle, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Cabot Star-Herald, Cabot, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Lonoke Democrat, Lonoke, Ark. (Weekly, Thur.)
- Carlisle Independent, Carlisle, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Hot Springs Village Voice, Hot Springs Village, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Van Buren County Democrat, Clinton, Ark. (Weekly, Thur.)
- Booneville Democrat, Booneville, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Charleston Express, Charleston, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Greenwood Democrat, Greenwood, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Paris Express, Paris, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- White Hall Progress, White Hall, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Lincoln Leader, Lincoln, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Farmington Post, Farmington, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Prairie Grove Enterprise, Prairie Grove, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
- Times of Northeast Benton County, Pea Ridge, Ark. (Weekly, Wed.)
The company also publishes an online-only site focused on state politics, Arkansasnews.com.
- Hawaii Tribune-Herald, Hilo, HI (DAILY)
- West Hawaii Today, Kailua-Kona, HI (DAILY)
- Big Island Weekly, Hilo, HI (Weekly, Wed.)
- North Hawaii News, Waimea, HI (Weekly, Thur.)
- Ames Tribune, Ames, IA (DAILY)
- Boone News-Republican, Boone, IA (DAILY)
- Dallas County News, (Weekly)
- Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, IA (Weekly)
- Nevada Journal, Nevada, IA (Weekly)
- Tri-County Times, Nevada, IA (Weekly)
- Ames Sun, Ames, IA (Weekly)
- Story County Advertiser, Ames, IA (Weekly)
- Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas, NV (DAILY)
- Las Vegas CityLife, Las Vegas, NV (Weekly, Thur.)
- El Tiempo, Las Vegas, NV (Weekly, Fri.)
- Las Vegas Business Press, Las Vegas, NV (Weekly, Mon.)
- Boulder City Review, Boulder City, NV (Weekly, Thur.)
- Ely Times, Ely, NV (Weekly, Fri.)
- Rebel Nation, Las Vegas, NV (Monthly, 1st of month)
- Pahrump Valley Times, Pahrump, NV (twice Weekly, Wed. & Fri.)
- Eureka Sentinal, Eureka, NV (twice Weekly, Wed. & Fri.)
- Tonopah Times-Bonanza, Tonopah, NV (twice Weekly, Wed. & Fri.)
- Lincoln County Record (Weekly)
- Courier-Tribune, Asheboro, NC (DAILY)
- Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise, Bartlesville, OK (DAILY)
- Pawhuska Journal-Capital, Pawhuska, OK (twice Weekly, Wed. & Sat.)
- The Herald Democrat, Sherman/Denison TX (DAILY)
- Anna-Melissa Tribune, Anna, TX (Weekly)
- Grayson County Shopper, Sherman, TX (Weekly)
- Prosper Press, Prosper, TX (Weekly)
- Van Alstyne Leader, Van Alstyne, TX (Weekly)
- Lake Texoma Life, Kingston, TX (Monthly, 1st of month)
- The Daily Herald, Columbia, TN (DAILY)
- The Advertiser News, Spring Hill, TN (Weekly, Wed.)
- The Value Guide, Columbia, TN (Weekly, Tues.)
- Franklin Life, Franklin, TN (Monthly, 15th of month)
- Brentwood Life, Brentwood, TN (Monthly, 1st of month)
- Healthy Living, Columbia, TN (Monthly, 3rd Wed. each month)
- The Daily World, Aberdeen, WA (DAILY)
- The Vidette, Montesano, WA (Weekly, Thur.)
- The North Coast News, Ocean Shores, WA (Weekly, Wed.)
- The South Beach Bulletin, Westport, WA (Weekly, Wed.)
- East County News, Elma, WA (Weekly, Wed.)
 News Bureaus
- Carson City, NV
- Washington, DC
- Little Rock, AR http://arkansasnews.com/
3. I call The Associated Press, Mark Niesse at [808-536-5510] on May 17, 2011,Tuesday and on May 26, 2011 Thursday of AP Newspaper of Honolulu, Hawaii. I call other AP Number at [415-4951708] & [213-626-1200] But to no avail.
Who is the AP?
The Associated Press is an American news agency. The AP is a cooperative owned by its contributing newspapers, radio and television stations in the United States, which both contribute stories to the AP and use material written by its staff journalists. Many newspapers and broadcasters outside the United States are AP subscribers, paying a fee to use AP material without being contributing members of the cooperative.
As of 2005[update], the news collected by the AP is published and republished by more than 1,700 newspapers, in addition to more than 5,000 television and radio broadcasters. The photograph library of the AP consists of over 10 million images. The Associated Press operates 243 news bureaus, and it serves at least 120 countries, with an international staff located all over the world.
Associated Press also operates The Associated Press Radio Network, which provides newscasts twice hourly for broadcast and satellite radio and television stations. The AP Radio also offers news and public affairs features, feeds of news sound bites, and long form coverage of major events.
As part of their cooperative agreement with The Associated Press, most member news organizations grant automatic permission for the AP to distribute their local news reports. For example, on page two of every edition of The Washington Post, the newspaper’s masthead includes the statement, “The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to use for re-publication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and all local news of spontaneous origin published herein.“
The AP employs the “inverted pyramid formula” for writing that enables the news outlets to edit a story to fit its available publication area without losing the story’s essential meaning and news information.
Cutbacks at longtime U.S. rival United Press International, most significantly in 1993, left the AP as the primary nationally oriented news service based in the United States, although United Press International still produces and distributes news stories daily. Other English-language news services, such as Reuters and the English-language service of Agence France-Presse, are based outside the United States. More recently launched internet news services, such as All Headline News (AHN) are becoming competitive to the traditional wire services like the AP.
Did you Know that The Associated Press began diversifying its news gathering capabilities, and by 2007 AP was generating only about 30% of its revenue from United States newspapers. 37% came from the global broadcast customers, 15% from online ventures, and 18% came from international newspapers and from photography.