|Making Contact: Race, Immigration and the Fight for an Open Internet|
On this edition, excerpts from “Race, Immigration and the Fight for an Open Internet,” a panel discussion presented by the G.W. Williams Center for Independent Journalism and New America Media. The topic? Net neutrality. What is it? Who will it impact most? And why should we care?
|Affordable Broadband Week of Action|
San Francisco-A broad array of community groups across the country – under the leadership of the Media Action Grassroots Network (www.mediagrassroots.org) will visit members of the Senate and Congress and sponsor forums and teach-ins for the public on universal, affordable and unfettered broadband access for all.
|Media Alliance Adds to Outpouring of Support for Net Neutrality|
After years of discussion and public statements of support from over 1.6 million Americans and 850 public and private organizations, the Federal Communications Commission, acting on the call to action by new Chairman Julius Genachowski on September 21st, is poised to go ahead with basic net neutrality regulations to assure an open and unfettered Internet future.
|Media News - November 5, 2009|
Subject: Prop 8, the Media and the GLBT Community
Guest: Juan Barajas, Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
Host: Al Kielwasser
|McDowell: Cross-Ownership Could Save Newspapers|
by Erik Sass, Media Post
(Media Alliance is a plaintiff in media ownership litigation pending before the Federal Communications Commission. In this article, Republican FCC Commissioner Robert Mcdowell takes umbrage at the public interest lawsuit).