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On Thursday, the Senate voted to reject a Senate resolution (S.J. Res. 6) that would’ve repealed the Federal Communications Commission’s rules for net neutrality. The resolution would’ve given corporations like AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon unfettered power and control over the Internet.
The Center for Media Justice applauds President Obama for declaring his intention to safeguard rules set by the Federal Communications Commission to keep our Internet fair and open. Yesterday, the President went on record, stating his intention to veto a Senate resolution (S.J. Res. 6) that, if passed, would repeal the Federal Communications Commission’s rules for net neutrality.
Check out this map of Pacific Northwest community radio stations!
There’s a lot of work to be done to make sure radio serves the people. Want to learn more? Check out this report from the Fixing Radio Summit.
For strategic communications purposes, there is no such thing as a general audience. Yet, advocates routinely engage in scattershot efforts to “talk” racial justice without identifying specific audiences and their connections to our issues. Here are suggestions for key niche communications that can help us be more strategic in our efforts to build public support [...]
Juan Gonzalez and Joe Torres’ bestseller News for All the People takes the reader on a sweeping yet thorough journey through the history of the American media. They show that race has not been a marginal issue to the American press, but instead has been a main theme. . .
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Oakland in solidarity with the 99 percenters demonstrating all over the world. Here’s a slideshow of some photos taken over the last week.
New America Foundation Panel: The Open Internet Goes to Court (featuring National Organizer Steven Renderos as one of the panelists)