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            Broadcast Media watch

            "A 1992 study conducted by the Center for the Study of Communication at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst found that people who watched a lot of TV news had more incorrect answers regarding facts of the day than those who watched very little TV news."

            Lisa Pease, The Assassinations


            Amusing Ourselves to Death - Neil Postman
            Bad News - The Decline of Reporting - Tom Fenton
            Censored Foreign Policy stories - Project Censored

            Conglomerates and the Media - Erik Barnouw, et al
            Corporate Media & Threat to Democracy - McChesney
            Decline and Fall of Public Broadcasting - David Barsamian
            How To Watch TV News - Neil Postman and Steve Powers
            Information War - Nancy Snow

            Inventing Reality - Michael Parenti
            It's the Media, Stupid - McChesney and Nichols
            George Seldes Reader, The - Randolph T. Holhut

            Global Media - the No-Nonsense guide - Peter Steven

            "The majority of people believe in incredible things which are absolutely false. The majority of people daily act in a manner prejudicial to their general well-being."

            Ashley Montagu, American anthropologist

            Manufacturing Consent - N Chomsky/E Herman
            Media Control - Noam Chomsky
            Media Monopoly, The - Ben Bagdikian
            Nation Magazine, The - Selections 1865-1990
            Necessary Illusions

            Networks of Power-Corporate TV Threat to Democracy - Dennie Mazzocco
            New Media Monopoly, The - Ben Bagdikian

            News About the News, The - Leonard Downie and Robert Kaiser
            On Bended Knee - Mark Hertsgaard
            Our Media Not Theirs - McChesney and Nichols
            Pentagon Propaganda Machine, The - J. William Fulbright
            Problem of the Media, The - Robert McChesney

            Project Censored-annual report on censored stories
            Propaganda - Edward Bernays (1928)

            Propaganda, Inc. - Nancy Snow

            "Politicians and the media have conspired to infantilize, to dumb down, the American public. At heart, politicians don't believe that Americans can handle complex truths, and the news media, especially television news, basically agrees."

            Tom Fenton, former CBS foreign correspondent

            Republican Noise Machine, The - David Brock
            Rich Media, Poor Democracy - Robert McChesney
            Static - Government Liars, Media Cheerleaders and the People Who Fight Back - Amy Goodman and David Goodman

            Stenographers to Power - media and propaganda - David Barsamian interviews
            Through the Media Looking Glass - Jeff Cohen & Norman Solomon
            Toxic Sludge Is Good For You - John Stauber & Sheldon Rampton
            Tragedy & Farce - Robert McChesney and John Nichols

            Trust Us, We're Experts! - John Stauber & Sheldon Rampton
            Twenty Years of Censored News - Project Censored / Peter Phillips
            Unreliable Sources - Normon Solomon
            War, Lies & Videotape - International Action Center
            What Liberal Media? - Eric Alterman
            What the People Know - Freedom and the Press - Richard Reeves

            Wizards of Media OZ - Normon Solomon

            "In [Aldous] Huxley's [Brave New World] vision ... people will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think.

            What [George] Orwell [1984] feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance. Orwell feared we would become a captive culture. Huxley feared we would become a trivial culture..."

            Neil Postman


            Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy
            Methods of Media Manipulation - Michael Parenti

            PBS and for-profit media
            Global Media
            9 Global Media Giants
            What Makes Mainstream Media Mainstream?- Chomsky
            Watchdogs and Lapdogs

            Challenging the Media Machine
            Reflection of The WorId
            The New Global Media
            Broadcast Priorities
            Fear Factor (4/04)
            Take Public Broadcasting Back (5/05)

            Time to Unplug the CPB (Corporation for Public Broadcasting) (10/05)
            Take Back the Airwaves (4/07)

            "It's an obscene comparison, but there was a time in South Africa when people would put flaming tires around people's necks if they dissented. In some ways, the fear is that you will be necklaced here, you will have a flaming tire of lack of patriotism put around your neck. It's that fear that keeps journalists from asking the toughest of the tough questions and to continue to bore in on the tough questions so often. again."

            CBS anchor Dan Rather about George W. Bush's Iraq War

            Who Gets To Be Heard

            Conservative Top 40 Commentators
            Heritage on the Hill
            Think Tanks in America
            Conservative Philanthropies / Think Tanks and US Policy
            The Wealthy (Conservative) Think Tanks
            Citizen Kane on Steroids-Berlusconi wins, democracy loses Italy
            In Iraq crisis, networks are megaphones for official views
            How Public is Public Radio? - A study of NPR's [National Public Radio] guest list (6/04)
            Our Democracy, Our Airwaves Act (7/04)
            A Televisual Fairyland - US Media Disciplined by Corporate America (1/05)

            Journalists, not Activists - Steve Wilson, Jane Akre & Fox News (7/05)
            The Tragic Blindness Of The Embedded BBC - White Phosphorus, Fallujah And Unreported Atrocities (11/05)
            War-Loving Pundits (3/06)
            Are You on the NewsHour's Guestlist? (10/06)
            Beginning of the End of America - Keith Olbermann Addresses the Military Commissions Act of 2006 (10/06)
            Fair and Balanced, My Ass! The Bizarre Reality of Fox News (6/07)
            Big Media Steals 5,100 Digital TV Channels (7/08)

            "A 2003 Gallup survey found 31 percent of respondents receiving their news every day or several times a week from talk radio... The largest personality-centered shows are all conservative: Rush Limbaugh has 14.5 million regular listeners, followed by Sean Hannity (11.8 million), and Michael Savage (7 million) (De la Vina 2004)... By the mid-1990s, regular talk radio listeners constituted around 20 percent of U.S. voting adults (Barker and Knight 2000)."

            Jose Padin and Shelley Smith

            Low-Power Radio

            A Tale of Two Broadcasters
            Free Radio vs the Feds
            FCC turns off radio pirates
            Micro-powered radio in Haiti
            Free speech vs. FCC
            Microradio Broadcasting: Aguascalientes of the Airwaves

            "Our politics, religion, news, athletics, education and commerce have been transformed into congenial adjuncts of show business, largely without protest or even much popular notice. The result is that we are a people on the verge of amusing ourselves to death."

            Neil Postman

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