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We are a commercial production company in Los Angeles, Sacramento and the Bay Area, creating documentaries and commercials that entertain, attract, inform, enlighten and power forward positive change. Consider us the ethical creative agency and video production house for various conscientious companies, non-profits, brands and broadcast outlets.
We are an eco-creative video production company in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sacramento eager to make positive changes in our world. Although headquartered in San Francisco, with additional offices in Los Angeles and soon in Sacramento, you will find us working everywhere around the world.
Worldfest (now known as VegFest) needed a video created very last minute to help promote their Halloween fundraiser event. Though we are not a nonprofit marketing company, we as a marketing company for nonprofits had 3 days to come up with something! Here is the result. Hope your halloween was spooky as hell!!
As a commercial production company in Los Angeles it is with great honor, to announce that I received the prestigious title by Thumbtack of being the best videographer in Los Angeles. We were nominated by client reviews and awarded the title of top ten videographers (Top 10 videographers in Los Angeles) to turn to, for creative and out of box videos.
The CrossFit Games are the world's premier test to find the Fittest on Earth™. They are world-renowned as a grueling test for the world's toughest athletes and a thrilling experience for spectators. Since its inception in 2007, the CrossFit Games have become "one of the fastest growing sports in America," according to Forbes.
This is probably the most common question we get. How much does it cost to make a video is like asking how much does it cost to build a house? It is hard to answer because of the many factors that go into building a house, mainly: location, size, and materials.
The FPPC conducts a variety of meetings that ranges from the Commission's monthly hearing, opportunities for public comment, and trainings for the regulated community. Public participation is encouraged. Monthly Hearing Every month the FPPC meets to hear and vote on enforcement matters, adopt regulations, discuss legislative and litigation reports, and update the public about what is going on at the Commission.
The Governor appoints the Chair and one other Commissioner of a different political party for a term beginning February 1 st after each Gubernatorial Election. The Secretary of State, Attorney General, and State Controller each appoint one Commissioner for a term beginning February 1 st after each Presidential Election.
When voters passed the Political Reform Act they simultaneously created the FPPC to administer and enforce the landmark ethics law, as well as inform and assist public officials, employees and candidates to comply with its provisions. Specifically, the Act gives the FPPC authority to adopt, amend and rescind rules and regulations to carry out the purposes of the Act.
The FPPC provides daily technical and legal assistance to the regulated community, including candidates, public officials and lobbyists. The resources below are designed to help you find the FPPC forms and manuals, the various trainings offered by the FPPC, and telephone and email advice provided by the FPPC.
The FPPC strives to provide information to the public, the regulated community, and the media. The resources below will help you find information such as elected official's personal financial statements; guides, fact sheets, and helpful videos on various provisions of the Act; and press releases put out by the Commission.
The FPPC is the agency primarily responsible for interpreting the provisions of the Act and providing advice to the regulated community about their obligations under the law. We must frequently reexamine our regulations and the advice we give to stay ahead of the ever-changing landscape of campaign finance and governmental ethics.
Proposition 9, which was adopted by the voters and created the Act, stated "[p]revious laws regulating political practices have suffered from inadequate enforcement by state and local authorities." It also specified "[a]dequate enforcement mechanisms should be provided to public officials and private citizens in order that this title will be vigorously enforced."
DAVIS, CA - Today, following the release of additional chapters for the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP), Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield, CA), a former Deputy Secretary of the Interior, unveiled a paper outlining a comprehensive water plan for all of California. That paper is linked here and included below.
SACRAMENTO, CA - The Honorable Toni G. Atkins, Speaker of the California State Assembly, has announced her appointment of Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D-San Jose) to the California Child Welfare Council. "I am honored that Speaker Atkins has selected me to represent her on the California Child Welfare Council," stated Chu.
Sacramento, CA- Assemblymember Kansen Chu (D-San Jose) wants to make sure Assembly District 25 is enrolled in health care. "As of February 2, 2015, over 156,000 people in Alameda and Santa Clara County have signed up for healthcare through Covered California.