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FSC Announces Result of Board Election at Membership Meeting in Las Vegas


January 12, 2007 – This afternoon at Free Speech Coalition’s (FSC) membership meeting in Las Vegas, FSC Executive Director Diane Duke announced the result of board elections for 2007.  Elected for two-year terms to the Free Speech Coalition Board of Directors are:

Jeffrey J. Douglas, Santa Monica, CA
First Amendment Lawyer, current Chair of the Board, FSC

Mara Epstein, Venice, CA
XBiz Magazine and MG Media, current FSC Board Member

Mark Kernes, Chatsworth, CA
Senior Editor, Adult Video News (AVN), current FSC Board Member

Reed Lee, Chicago, IL
Attorney-at-Law, J. D. Obenberger and Associates, current FSC Board Member

Lynn Swanson, Chatsworth, CA
Former General Manager of M&M Sales, replacing Nick Boyias

Tim Valenti, San Francisco, CA
President and CEO, NakedSword / Cubik Media, current FSC Board Member
The following members have been elected by the Board for leadership positions:

Board President – Jim Everett, Worthington, Ohio
Chief Operating Officer, Lion’s Den
Board Chair – Jeffrey J. Douglas, Santa Monica, CA
First Amendment Lawyer, current Chair of the Board, FSC
Board Secretary – Mark Kernes, Chatsworth, CA
Senior Editor, Adult Video News (AVN), current FSC Board Member
Board Treasurer – William Murphy, Winter Park, FL
President, Fairvilla Megastores

“The Free Speech Coalition and the members we represent are facing a pivotal time,” Duke said. “The FSC Board has assured me that they are willing to make the difficult decisions and do the hard work necessary to ensure that this association achieves long term success.  I am eager to face the challenges ahead.”

Free Speech Coalition is the trade organization of the adult entertainment industry. Its mission is to safeguard the industry from oppressive governmental regulation and to promote good business practices within the industry.

 











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