If you haven't already done so, and if you have a spare two minutes, please visit this webpage to alert Washington folk of what the FCC is trying to pull off. And lest you think this is an exercise in futility, note that 15 Senators, including some Republicans, have already joined in a letter of complaint. A storm is definitely brewing.
There's lots of updates on the left-hand side of the website: reports from the FCC Hearing in Chicago on April 2 have been posted, including a report critical of concentrated media ownership in the Chicago Daily-Herald. (CMA gets a prominent mention at the end!)
And an exciting new development: The National Conference on Media Reform will be held in Madison, Wisconsin, in November 2003.
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