The (Media) Revolution Will Be Televised

Lilbum, Jeff
October 2005
Feliciter;2005, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p244
Information about the National Conference on Media Reform in May 2005 in Saint Louis, Missouri is presented. The conference, hosted by Amy Goodman, featured speakers including author Naomi Klein, media scholar Robert McChesney. It was also participated by various concerned individuals who talked about the issues of media reform. The event was televised through the Independent World Television News.


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