Thursday, June 23, 2005
RESOURCES: Media-policy website links from Center for International Media Action
MEDIA POLICY ACTION DIRECTORY
FIRST EDITION: ORGANIZATIONS URGING FCC LIMITS ON MEDIA OWNERSHIP
A RESOURCE FOR ADVOCATES AND ORGANIZERS
By the Center for International Media Action
The Center for International Media Action (CIMA) is a nonprofit
organization working to strengthen connections among grass-roots
organizations, public interest advocates, activists and researchers
working on media issues. CIMA was founded in February 2003 by Catherine
Borgman-Arboleda, Aliza Dichter and Seeta Peña Gangadharan with the
support of the Ford Foundation.
Who's who in the vast and wide- ranging opposition to media how to contact
them. This edition of the directory is available for download, use,
printing and reproduction for noncommercial, nonprofit purposes. For any
other uses, or to obtain a copy, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit our website at http://www.mediaactioncenter.org.
THE MEDIA POLICY ACTION DIRECTORY
First Edition: Organizations urging FCC limits on media ownership
©2003 Center for International Media
Tools for media democracy advocates
Future editions of this directory and additional advocacy tools will be
available on the CIMA Website: http://www.mediaactioncenter.org
Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers: Media Advocacy Toolkit
Center for Digital Democracy: Media Ownership Policy Site
Center for Public Integrity: Media Ownership Database
Center for Public Integrity: Telecommunications Policy Site
Columbia Journalism Review: Who Owns What?
Common Cause: Media Activist Toolkit
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: Telecommunications Policy Coverage
Free Press: Media Ownership Project
I Want Media: Media Consolidation Headlines and News Archive
MediaChannel Global Media Ownership Chart
Media Channel: Media Ownership Coverage
Media Tank: Media Ownership Overview
PBS/NOW: Media Regulation Timeline
Project for Excellence in Journalism: Media Ownership and Deregulation Site
Prometheus Radio Project: A Media Activist Guide to the Federal Communications Commission
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