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Senator Bernie Sanders joins Bill to discuss why Big Media is a threat to democracy and what citizens can do to fight back. Continue reading

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December 7, 2012 | Moyers & Company

What you can do to stop Big Media from controlling more of what we see, hear and read. Continue reading

Former FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, and FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn take notes during a town hall meeting. May 2011. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)
December 5, 2012 | Blog

Commissioner Mignon Clyburn told a Senate hearing committee that she wishes to give the public a “more robust opportunity to engage.” Continue reading

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December 5, 2012 | On Democracy

Ask the FCC this basic question: What part of NO don’t you understand? Continue reading

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December 4, 2012
Learn how big media companies are not just controlling the message, but American democracy as a result.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski speaks at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Ark. November 2009. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
December 3, 2012 | Q&A

Free Press’ CEO talks with Bill about the campaign to stop the FCC from relaxing rules limiting media cross-ownership in cities. Continue reading

FreePress.net's infographic outlines five reasons to care about the FCC's plans to relax rules about media consolidation.
December 3, 2012

Tell the Federal Communications Commission you’re concerned about relaxing the rules that limit the number of newspapers and major television and radio stations a corporation may own in the same city. Continue reading

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April 18, 2012 | On Democracy

Why the public airwaves should be clear of super PAC-powered political ads. Continue reading