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Why Did Our National Media Reform Movement Die?

Many of you are well aware of the situation as described in this video and have likely lived through  it. Some of you were media activists during the time frame being discussed.  You may have even taken action against your … Continue reading

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Who Will Be President Obama’s Next FCC Chairperson?

Julius Genachowski is resigning as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.  He probably did the best he could during his tenure, considering the shark  environment in Washington, but he just wasn’t up to resisting corporate pressure as much as media … Continue reading

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Can’t Make It To Denver? Livestream The National Conference On Media Reform

If you can’t make it to Denver, never fear: You can watch the conference live from your home, your office, your favorite Internet café … whatever works for you. Free Press is partnering with Free Speech TV to livestream various … Continue reading

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Register Now To Attend The National Conference On Media Reform 2013

There’s still time to register for the National Conference on Media Reform that will happen in Denver, April 5-7.  Blog for Iowa attended in 2007 in Memphis and was part of a panel on How To Challenge A Broadcast License … Continue reading

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