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image Rank-and-File Movement Wins Election in SEIU Local 36, Incumbents Refuse to Leave Office 120_15780_1.jpg.jpg by Solidarity!
On December 13, members of Local 36 of the 1.6 million-member Service Employees International Union (SEIU), one of the largest in the AFL-CIO and originator of the national "Justice for Janitors" campaign, elected a new president, secretary-treasurer and 23 Executive Board members. This came in the 18th month of a national SEIU trusteeship over Local 36, which represents over 4,300 janitors, building maintenance workers, technicians and professionals in Philadelphia and its suburbs ...
Posted: Thu Jan 8, 2004 6:29PM
text Demand Justice for Miami FTAA protesters! 1/12 call-in action by paul
The City is continuing to harass people in the legal system. Call/Fax/Email the following political officials all day on January 12th!...
Posted: Thu Jan 8, 2004 12:31PM
text EPA Refuses to Protect Food Supply from Sewage Sludge by Center for Food Safety
On New Year's Eve, December 31, 2003, the Environmental Protection Agency denied a petition requesting that the agency ban the land application of sludge. On the same day, the agency published its review of regulations governing the use and disposal of sewage sludge......
Posted: Thu Jan 8, 2004 9:55AM
text How Arnold Schwarzenegger Made Millions From A Stolen Screenplay by Daniel Perez
The newest bombshell exposing the real character of Arnold Schwarzenegger....
Posted: Sat Oct 4, 2003 11:31PM
text The Age of Murdoch by James Fallows
Many see him as a power-mad, rapacious right-wing vulgarian. Rupert Murdoch has indeed been relentless in building a one-of-a kind media network that spans the world. What really drives him, though, is not ideology but a cool concern for the bottom line—and the belief that the media should be treated like any other business, not as a semi-sacred public trust. The Bush Administration agrees. Rupert Murdoch has seen the future, and it is him....
Posted: Sun Aug 31, 2003 10:37AM
text Debasing Democracy? by Bill Duryea
A Tampa pirate radio activist says an FCC proposal favoring media conglomerates can be detrimental to us all....
Posted: Mon Jul 14, 2003 9:56AM
audio Dr. Helen Caldicott on US War on Iraq (audio/mpeg 2.6mb) by Juan
Dr. Helen Caldicott discusses the US war drive and global empire in a short interview (MP3 or stream)...
Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2002 3:50AM
text Public Interest Angels Descend on FCC by John Tarleton
A plucky band of public interest angels descended Friday afternoon on FCC headquarters. Was it all a dream, or was it Michael Powell's worst nightmare?...
Posted: Sun Mar 24, 2002 7:54PM
text The Revolution Will Be JAMMED - Independent Radio To Be Destroyed By Design by Digital Disaster
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is pressuring the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) to force acceptance of new version of Digital Audio Broadcasting, a kind of "Fax For Audio" on to the existing AM and FM broadcast bands. To accomplish this, the NAB plans to double the amount of space on the dial that a station uses, thus jamming the signals of weaker stations next to them on the dial....
Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2002 5:32PM
text Court Rejects NAB/NPR Attempt to Silence Low Power FM by Center on Democratic Communications
Press Release: The Center on Democratic Communications praises Court of Appeals rebuff of broadcast industry attempt to sabatoge Low Power FM....
Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2002 10:44PM
text the latest News on Low Power FM radio by Partytown Streaming network
Congress, with the help of the NAB & NPR, has gutted the opportunity for hundreds of diverse community stations to go on the air....
Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2001 9:54PM
image n18 photos from Cincy 120_vertic..jpg by Mystery Punk #52
These are photos shown in sequence of unfair arrests and general police incompetancy....
Posted: Thu Dec 7, 2000 6:16PM
text Natl Association of Broadcasters Execs Exposed! by Peter Phillips
National Association of Broadcasters Executives Exposed....
Posted: Sat Sep 23, 2000 2:59PM
text NPR Working Against Low-Powered FM by LPFM Coalition
Media reform groups call on listeners to withhold pledges until NPR stops beating up on neighborhood radio....
Posted: Sat Sep 23, 2000 11:51AM
text LPFM propaganda sent out during NAB week by Associated Press
Forgive my ignorance, but can anyone expalain how this relates to the actions/demands of today's protests?...
Posted: Fri Sep 22, 2000 10:20PM
text UPPNET union resolutions for AFL-CIO by Union Producers & Programmers Network
These UPPNET resolutions were presented to union locals and submitted to the AFl-CIO convention for action....
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2000 11:21PM
text NAB Hate Radio Olympics by Paul H. Rosenberg
It’s no accident that the Marconi Radio Award nominees include Don Imus, Howard Stern, and Rush Limbaugh, while past winners include Limbaugh, Stern, and Dr. Laura. Their styles of hate radio, carefully blended with plausible deniability, are anything but an abberation from the norm that America’s corporate broadcast media have sunk to....
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2000 1:33AM
text The NAB and Don Imus by Paul H. Rosenberg
Don Imus is so well connected to elite media and politicians, he couldn’t possibly be doing hate radio, could he? Not unless hate radio is integral to America’s corporate media system!...
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2000 1:24AM
text Mainstream Corporate Media Dismisses Democracy by PETER PHILLIPS
By ignoring critical social issues mainstream corporate media dismisses democratic values in the United States....
Posted: Sun Sep 17, 2000 4:49PM
audio n/a (audio/mpeg 1.1mb) by public enemy
The future, or lack thereof, of the music industry....
Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2000 4:37PM