Jonathan Rintels is the Executive Director of the Center for Creative Voices in Media, a nonpartisan nonprofit group dedicated to preserving free speech, free expression, and independent and diverse creative voices in our nation’s media. Members of the Board of Advisors of Creative Voices include Warren Beatty, Steven Bochco, Peggy Charren, Blake Edwards, Sissy Spacek, and other Oscar, Emmy, Peabody, Tony, and other award-winning creative artists. In addition to his frequent articles on media reform, concentration, and censorship, Rintels also writes for film and television. Among his many credits, he is best known for Snowbound: The Jim and Jennifer Stolpa Story, the true story of a young couple trapped with their baby for over a week in a California blizzard, one of the highest-rated television movies of the past decade, and Lena: My One Hundred Children, the critically-acclaimed true story of Lena Kuchler-Silberman, who smuggled 100 Jewish children orphaned in WWII out of Poland to freedom in Israel. He has been a member of the Writers Guild of America, west, since 1982.