Monday, November 1, 2010 How the FCC Can Negate Citizens United (4 comments)
Isn't it time the controlling agency, the FCC, defines and enforces the public interest obligations the broadcasters are mandated to follow? Isn't it time for the public to get real free speech over their own airwaves? And wouldn't Free Airtime essentially negate Citizens United?
Wednesday, October 20, 2010 Why Did Donna Brazile Use the F-word in Oprah's Magazine? Hint: Rush Limbaugh
To the uninitiated, bringing Fairness to the public airwaves radio and TV - is a no-brainer. But to Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and an army of 550,000 amassed to keep the nation's radio airwaves under "Conservative" control, this could be a call to arms. Is it possible that the Democratic establishment is finally ready for a fight to take control of their message?
Friday, October 8, 2010 Please Vote to Challenge Broadcast Licenses
The FCC has ignored We the People for long enough; it is time to get their attention on this critical issue of broadcast licenses. Don't forget,
stations get licenses for free - only if they serve the Public Interest. Free Press is asking people to vote for their favorites; will you please
vote to get this panel on the national convention schedule?
Thursday, March 11, 2010 L.A. Puts the Public Back in the Public Interest
[Coverage] about issues of civic importance add up to just 4 minutes daily;local government coverage -" including budget,law enforcement, education,layoffs,city and county government actions on health care,transportation and immigration-"get a whopping 22 seconds.That means people filing petitions to deny or revoke stations' licenses.These petitions represent the only means the public has to hold local stations accountable.