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Posted by Scott - January 13, 2006 (entry 394)

Vanilla Ceiling: Magazines Still Shades of White By Lizzy Ratner, The New York Observer It is difficult to quantify just how non-diverse the magazine industry is, but the results of a survey of some leading New York magazines looked like the far end of assorted paint-color chips: ivory, bone, mist.

All News Channels Abroad Look to Their Future in English New York Times, Doreen Cavajal All-news channels are launching around the world -- but in English. "Today news channels are part of the global battle in the world," said Ulysse Gosset who is helping to lead a project to create an all-news French channel this year.

Al Jazeera: From Network, to a Bush Target, to Courts A British civil servant and a former researcher appeared in court on Tuesday in the latest skirmish of an unfolding legal battle over claims that President Bush proposed bombing Al Jazeera's television headquarters. By Alan Cowell, NY Times

Media War On Islam People who depend mainly on Western media as their sole source of information continue on blissfully ignorant of just how biased and unjust their free societies are.

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This entry was posted by Scott Sanders, a co-founder to date of seven Chicago area media and democracy activist groups.
Sanders has worked for long stretches in social science research, in the creation of video documentaries, as a librarian, and also in movie theater management.
You can link to Scott's combined curriculum vitae, timeline, and resume here.



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