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Submitted by jonathan on Wed, 2006-07-26 22:35Read more.
The Murdoch connection and the terms of service make MySpace really too much to swallow.
Submitted by jonathan on Tue, 2006-07-25 11:03
Katrina victims “not allowed” to talk to media, reporter toldRead more.
Submitted by jonathan on Sun, 2006-07-23 13:59
If public television producers are forced to not only bleep words but also to pixelate lips, most will simply cut the scenes, no matter how powerful or relevant, rather than see them turned into a joke.Read more.
Submitted by jonathan on Sun, 2006-07-23 13:42
India's fast-growing community of 'bloggers' and Internet users was in for a rude shock when it found favourite sites blocked out in the wake of the serial blasts in crowded trains that killed 200 commuters in the western port city of Mumbai, last week.Read more.
Submitted by jonathan on Fri, 2006-07-21 12:45
Western media outfits, most with public funding and partly political motives, are racing to add more Arabic TV channels and Web sites to the mix, undeterred by scant advertising revenue.Read more.
Submitted by jonathan on Sun, 2006-07-02 08:00
Korean film industry condemns the drop in domestic film quotas, required by the US as a precursor to free trade negotiationsRead more.
Youth Initiate a Festival of Indigenous Cinema with a Screening of ���the Windmills Of Capitalism���
by Bertha Rodr??guez Santos, Narco News
SAN JUAN GUICHICOVI, OAXACA, M?�XICO: For the first time since Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos of the EZLN, visited the Isthmus of Tehuantepec region in early February,Read more. (/)
Submitted by admin on Fri, 2006-02-24 23:01Read more.
UPDATE: photos. Reclaim the Media traveled to Caracas in January to participate in the sixth World Social Forum, as part of a North American communications rights delegation. This year, the social forum--a supergathering of civil society organizations from around the world--takes place also in Bamako (Mali) and Karachi (Pakistan). Among the thousands of workshops and events scheduled in Caracas, many focused on the theme "Communication, culture and education: alternative and democratising dynamics," and issues of cultural diversity and cultural sovereignty. Our delegation also took stock of the explosion of grassroots and counter-hegemonic media which has been one effect of the ongoing social-political revolution in Venezuela.