To contribute features/interviews:

Anyone who produces features and interviews within and/or about the
Northwest are welcome to contribute their work to Listen Up! Northwest.

What we're looking for:

• Listen Up! Northwest airs stories about communities and individuals in
the Northwest region
• Particular areas of concern include, but are not limited to:
environmental issues, economic justice, immigrants rights, indigenous
rights, women's rights
• Stories that will be of interest to listeners across the Northwest
region, even if they're primarily centered on one local community
• Stories of enduring interest (Stations are likely to carry the program
on slightly varied schedules)
• Feature/interview/art pieces, 2 to 8 minutes in length (Contact the
producer if you have a longer interview or feature that you'd like to pitch)

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Who is your media hero?

Now you've seen some of our media heroes. If you're anything like us, you're now thinking of more heroes that also deserve recognition. Here's your chance: tell us about your favorite media hero and why his or her accomplishments in media or media activism are inspiring to you and others. We'll review submissions regularly and post the best online!

Your payment has been received and your conference registration is now complete. You'll get an email receipt from Paypal, and we'll also send a confirmation of your registration.

Bookmark for additional conference information, as Sept. 15 draws closer. We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!

NW Community Radio Summit Registration

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Reclaim the Media: a Community Media Convergence was RTM's founding conference. Scheduled as a "shadow" converence for the National Association of Broadcasters' annual Radio Conference, the meeting also coincided with then-FCC chairman Michael Powell's announcement of his full-scale "review" of media ownership regulations. Our conference took on a significance of its own as the hundreds of media activists and community media producers who gathered in Seattle strategized pledged to work together to continue building a media democracy movement, starting with a national campaign to fight deregulation of media ownership regulations.

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Weblogs hosted on the Reclaim the Media site:

Deepmedia is Reclaim the Media's projects blog, with info on our organizing and educational activities in the Northwest, our participation in national media democracy work, and related news and views.

Community Radio is the web organizing home of the Northwest Community Radio Network, a project linking community radio stations in northwest states and provinces.

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BIG PLAYERS (arranged by overall earnings)

Disney Burbank, CA [2003 sales $27 billion]
KKDZ 1250 AM (children’s)
[also owns: ABC, Disney Channel, ESPN, A&E, Lifetime, Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pictures,
Hollywood Pictures, Miramax Film Corp., US Weekly, Discover Magazine, Hyperion Books, 10 TV stations, 49 other radio stations, and other interests (list)]

Viacom New York [2001 sales $23.22 billion]

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(( • Free Radio Olympia 98.5 fm
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The media's job is to interest the public in the public interest. -John Dewey