Added: December 13, 2007
Tell Congress to Stop Big Media
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin is rushing through plans to remove decades-old media ownership protections. And he’s trying to do it without public scrutiny.
Senators Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) and Trent Lott (R-Miss.) have introduced groundbreaking bipartisan legislation that would hold the FCC accountable and put the people ahead of Big Media. Letters like this — millions of them — stopped media consolidation in 2003. Send a letter to your Senators and tell everyone you know.
Do you live in California, Illinois, Maine, or Washington? Your senators are co-sponsors. Click here to send a thank you message
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