Wired News reports that Russians, including journalists, have been using blogs at LiveJournal.com to report news that won’t make it through the increasingly censored mainstream Russian media. In the most recent case, an dancer held hostage by the Chechen rebels used his cell phone to send messages to the outside which were posted on a […]
Archive | October, 2002
The Amherst Alliance has filed a motion with the FCC for a rehearing on IBOC digital radio. … If granted, a rehearing would be an opportunity to further explore and expose the inteference that IBOC digital broadcasting threatens to wreak on distant and low-power stations. …
Matt posted a focused critique of the mainstream coverage of Saturday’s Anti-War rally in DC: “One imbalance, of many, from the so-called mainstream media was the reporting of Iraqi nationals at the pro-war or “Patriot’s” rally, the small counter demonstration at 17th Street and Constitution Avenue. What was missing? The information that there were just […]
Stories in this edition of headlines include: More time sought for media-ownership review; Senate Holds Up Dem FCC Nominee; WMATA/Metro Provides Free Ad Space for Anti-Gay Group
… I’m going to make an effort to post the weekly radio show news headlines, so that website readers don’t have to listen to the show just to catch up on the news of our media environment (though I hope you’ll give the show a listen, nonetheless)….