• April 17, 2014 | Updated April 30, 2014
    As powerful media organizations and the government threaten to stifle free speech, a coalition of activists is fighting for your right to connect and communicate.
  • October 24, 2013
    The FCC is now accepting applications for new low power FM radio stations. Activist Betty Yu explains how community radio can be a catalyst for racial justice, economic equity and human rights.
  • December 7, 2012 | Group Think
    Corporate media giants not only own the networks and local stations; but they also the pipeline — the cable and the Internet signals that deliver most of America's content.
  • August 24, 2007 | Bill Moyers Journal
    Rick Karr and Hannah Sassaman talk about the uncertain future of low-power radio, and Biil Moyers speaks with the FCC's Michael Copps.