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text The NAB and Howard Stern by Paul H. Rosenberg
Howard Stern is far cruder than the other NAB Hate Radio Olympians, but he’s still too slick for the corporate media to catch on to. Could it be they’re not really trying?...
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2000 1:19AM
text The NAB and Rush Limbaugh by Paul H. Rosenberg
Limbaugh’s style of hate radio, embedded in a wildly distorted view of reality, is perhaps the most deeply embedded in the basic assumptions of America’s corporate media. In fact, he’s got more in common with PBS’s Newshour than you’d ever imagine....
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2000 1:15AM
text Prague authorities revoke permits for demos by hip.666 +
Prague authorities have revoked permits for all street demonstrations on September 26th. This obvious abuse of power probably won't stop the thousands of activists gearing up to disrupt the IMF/World Bank meetings next week. Activists from around the globe can also help out by signing the open protest letter to Czech President Vaclav Havel (once political prisoner himself), and by faxing it to his office and/or sending email. © copyleft...
Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2000 12:40AM
text Seattle, Cancel the Debt Now! by Jubilee Northwest
Show your support and tell the IMF/WB to CANCEL THE DEBT NOW !!! Seattle, WA 9/24/00 1:30PM...
Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2000 10:28PM
text LPFM Legislation and NPR Involvement by Peter Franck
LPFM activist Peter Franck of the National Lawyers Guild on Democratic Communications issues a superb assessment of anti-LPFM legislation and NPR's role in it all....
Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2000 10:18PM
text Protest Against Presidential Debate Exclusion by Rev. S. Wilkerson
Call For A Nationwide Protest Against The Presidential Debate Exclusion...
Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2000 5:40PM
text The Transistor Triangle: NAB, Congress and FCC by Ben Clarke
Attacks on micro radio, million to buy congress, monotonous white dominated TV. Welcome to the world of the NAB....
Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2000 9:05PM
text The Transistor Triangle: NAB, Congress and FCC by Ben Clarke
NAB and its members control broadcast policy. Privatization of public airwaves yields corporate media wasteland....
Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2000 3:30PM
image LPFM Protest 1998, part 2 120_cops_descend_on_lpfm_activists._3.jpg by Greg Ruggiero
On October 4 & 5, 1998, LPFM activists swarmed the streets of Washignton DC to demand an end to the ban on community access to the airwaves....
Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2000 11:14AM
text Open Letter to the NAB by FAIR
Drafted by FAIR and signed by media activists including Noam Chomsky, Bob McChesney & Ben Bagdikian, this letter reminds the NAB that the airwaves belong to the people....
Posted: Mon Sep 18, 2000 11:59AM
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
text TV Industry Challenged to Open Campaign Airwaves by Fred Richardson/Texans for Public Justice
Today the Alliance for Better Campaigns is kicking off a grassroots campaign to get the attention of irresponsible broadcasters....
Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2000 3:25PM
text Race Issues in Globalization Organizing by Colin Rajah
"The Seattle actions, dazzling as they were, also cast a spotlight on serious issues of race within that movement." Opening up discussion about race and culture within the anti-globalization movement at Seattle and D.C.....
Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2000 2:34AM