The first general meeting of Chicago Media Action is being planned.
All CMA members and the public will be invited. CMA's organizers are completing plans based on our getting to know each other and on bringing out everybody's ideas.
We will discuss action plans. The updates and debate will center around how we will deal with:
- Gigantic corporations' tightening the ways they control Chicago's media.
- The WTTW-11 corporation's rapidly changing it into an upscale commercial station instead of into truly public noncommercial television.
- The major networks' gross distortions of War, Trade, Race, Elections, Demonstrations, Labor and other matters.
And much more...
Those who come and are not yet members will be encouraged to join, at $12, $36, $0, or any amount; and to indicate the kinds of activities that most interest them.
(To see a more detailed letter announcing a CMA general meeting, please check the top of www.chicagomediaaction.org soon. And to review CMA and media issues beforehand, you can browse chicagomediaaction.org, and www.mediareform.net.)
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