Archive | June, 2006

From the AMC: Representing Detroit – Audio

I recorded audio from the panel on independent media in Detroit that happened Sunday afternoon. The panel featured Catherine Kelly, Michigan Citizen; Ron Scott, Detroit Coalition Against Police Brutality; Roshaun L. Harris, Hush Your Mouth! newspaper; moderator: Jenny Lee, Detroit Summer. The audio is posted in MP3 and ogg vorbis on the radioshow page. John […]

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From the AMC: Is This What Democracy Looks Like?

I’m sitting in the Student Union at Bowling Green State University, where it is unusually temperate for late June, attending the 7th annual Allied Media Conference. I hear there are over 400 people attending, and it looks to be the most diverse group I’ve seen at this conference yet. The first session I attended this […]

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Path for LPFM through the Telecom Bill Forest?

Thursday at 2 PM EDT the Senate Commerce Comittee will begin marking up and possibly voting on the ironically titled Communications, Consumer’s Choice, and Broadband Deployment Act of 2006. It’s the Senate version of the COPE Act, whose primary purpose is to speed the entry of the big telcos, like AT&T and Verizon, into the […]

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Self-Aggrandizement and the Axis of Justice

I will indulge, momentarily: Jake Sexton is the webmaster for Axis of Justice, the social justice organization formed by Tom Morello of Audioslave and Serj Tankian of System of a Down. Jake did an interview with me on net neutrality which is now featured at the AoJ site. Jake also is the sole proprietor of […]

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