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January 29, 2008
PEG access

Why the Congressional Hearing on PEG Matters by Michael Eisenmenger http://saveaccess.org/node/2119 Posted on January 29, 2008 - 11:14am.

Catia TV: Don't just watch TV, make it!

January 25, 2008
Catia TV la televisora comunitaria para las populosas zonas del Oeste de Caracas

Intrevista con Ricardo Márquez por ENcontrARTE Es el actual director de Catia TV, la televisora comunitaria para las populosas zonas del Oeste de Caracas.

Indymedia Once Again Provides Crisis Communication

January 21, 2008
One of the key roles of the Indymedia network has been to create dialogue and emergency information during crises. The recent situation in Kenya has generated many posts and creative use of the website http://kenya.indymedia.org/for audio feeds, photographs and first person accounts.

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The mobile revolution in Africa, Hope or Hype?

January 21, 2008
Mobile revolution, hope or hype?
Rikus Wegman | 14 January 2008, 1:24 pm Last friday de

The Campaign against Darwin's Nightmare

January 19, 2008
What is really going on in Tanzania?
I received this letter from Joan Churchill: Dear Friends, My apologies for writing one letter to all of you, but I am about to disappear to Alaska on a production &

Precious Places

January 15, 2008
One of the most comprehensive video projects.
One of the most comprehensive community media projects in the US is the Precious Places project. This was organized by Scribe Video and directed by Louis Massiah. An MP3 podcast has an interview with Louis Massiah about the project. http://www.whyy.org/podcast/122107_110630.mp3 There is also a clip on YouTube of one of the segments.

Stephen Dunifer at Radio Free Berkeley

January 9, 2008
Camps for building radios.
“The only security of all is in a free press. The force of public opinion cannot be resisted when permitted freely to be expressed. The agitation it produces must be submitted to.

Community Radios, For Whom?

January 4, 2008
Neo liberalism is threatening public media.
Korean Broadcasting Commission's Research of Demand before the Official Launching of Community Radios. Community radios are now on the first stage in Korea. For the last 3 years, eight community radio stations have been running on pilot broadcasting. But the official launching has been postponed due to the delay of legal procedure and technological problems.

Line Up by Tats Cru, AWR and ABC

January 1, 2008
Tats Cru, Inc is a group of Bronx-based professional muralists
On East Second Street in the East Village of Manhattan, three graffiti collectives have created a "Line Up" of street artists.

Entrepreneurship Off the Hinges in New Orleans

December 31, 2007
Preserving the tragedy for the tourists.
Two Cent is a collective of artists, DJs, poets, musicians and activists who are responding to the situation in New Orleans.