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Sue Wilson tells important stories which move politicians to act.

The Emmy winning director of the media reform documentary "Broadcast Blues" and editor of SueWilsonReports.com, Sue recently founded the Media Action Center. Wilson was 1987's California State University Long Beach "Outstanding Graduate" in Radio/TV/Film.

In the early '90's, she won Emmys for specials she produced for Jim Lampley, Bree Walker, Sylvia Lopez and others at KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, and then turned the spotlight on wasteful government spending for Sacramento Fox TV station KTXL, where her Emmy winning stories changed national, state, and local spending policies.

In 1998 , Wilson broke national TV news of pharmaceuticals appearing in drinking water, which forced the US EPA to begin testing.

Her AP, RTNDA, and PRNDI award winning radio show "Healing Healthcare" at Sacramento NPR station KXJZ in the early 2000's helped put more nurses on the job in California.

"Broadcast Blues" shows how poor U.S. media policy is destroying discourse in this country. It reminds us that We the People own the public airwaves, and we can and must Take the Media Back! See her website to obtain DVDs and for updated information on our broken system of broadcasting.

And join the actions at MediaActionCenter.net to hold broadcasters - and the Federal Communications Commission - accountable to the public interest!

http://www.suewilsonreports.com/

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Friday, March 21, 2014     

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The FCC - Actually Enforcing Its Own Rules?
The FCC's new chair Tom Wheeler is putting forth proposals to actually enforce FCC rules. But will he pay attention to Wisconsin, where corporations defiantly flaunt rules about "news"?
Series: The Emerging Political War at the FCC

Thursday, March 20, 2014     

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Who Controls the Message in "News?"
(6 comments) This article gives chilling real-world insight into the corporate control of how news is produced.
Series: The Emerging Political War at the FCC

Sunday, March 16, 2014     

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The Agitprop of Ajit Pai: The Republican FCC Commissioner Calls Out the Troops
(1 comments) The political schism at the FCC is revealed through Republican FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai's command of right-wing media outlets.
Series: The Emerging Political War at the FCC

Tuesday, November 12, 2013     

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Who's Accountable for Reckless Broadcasting?
(3 comments) The same radio station that killed a woman in a reckless water drinking stunt has remained unlicensed for more than eight years. Who will hold them - and the FCC - accountable?

Friday, August 23, 2013     

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Step Up to the Microphone!
There is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get your OWN local radio station - but almost nobody knows about it. There are fewer than 70 days left to apply - so who will step up to the microphones?

Tuesday, June 18, 2013     

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Tell the FCC Chair: Talk Radio is NOT Bonafide News!
(12 comments) Talk Radio giants are claiming their propaganda is legally the same as 'bonafide news.' It will be, if the FCC says so. We must not allow that to happen.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012     

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Talk Radio: Puppeteers of Prevarication
Throughout his entire career, Paul Ryan's prevarications have been propped up by Wisconsin talk radio. Only when he reached the national stage did the press reveal his growing Pinochio nose. It's time to stop Right Wing puppeteers from pulling the strings on our publicly owned airwaves.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012     

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Did Our Public Airwaves "Win" it for Walker?
(16 comments) As owners of the air -- our public airwaves, to be precise -- there is plenty we can do to combat the corrosive effect of big money on our elections, by holding our partners in broadcasting, local TV and radio stations, accountable.

Saturday, June 2, 2012     

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Putting Talk Radio on Trial at the FCC
(5 comments) I believe I have found the legal means to put Talk Radio on trial at the FCC -- and perhaps eventually at the Supreme Court.

Sunday, May 20, 2012     

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Standing Up in Wisconsin and Beyond for Our Rights in Radio!
(1 comments) Conservative Talk Radio hosts in Milwaukee and beyond are supporting one major political party (guess which one?) on our publicly owned airwaves, and violating the First Amendment rights of the other. Lucky for Wisconsinites, that's illegal.

Saturday, March 3, 2012     

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Rush Limbaugh: Not the Only One with First Amendment Rights
(8 comments) Clear Channel maintains that their hosts enjoy freedom of speech. But by not allowing ANY non- right wing viewpoints on our public airwaves, they are taking away OUR First Amendment rights. That's illegal; the US Supreme Court says so.

Thursday, December 15, 2011     

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Why We Occupy Clear Channel
(9 comments) This is a detailed analysis of the talk radio market in Sacramento, which launched Rush Limbaugh. It shows that Clear Channel stacks the deck in favor of hard right talk radio, and deconstructs Conservatives' arguments that progressive radio gets no ratings.

Thursday, December 1, 2011     

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Time to Occupy the FCC?
(2 comments) Once again, the FCC ignores the very public it is sworn to serve. Occupy FCC, anyone?

Friday, August 26, 2011     

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Fairness Doctrine Demise Gives Rise to the Public Interest
(3 comments) Wednesday, August 24, 2011, the FCC made it official: the Fairness Doctrine is dead and buried. But shed no tears: the FCC also made it clear that the broadcasters' obligations to the "Public Interest" are alive and well!

Monday, July 11, 2011     

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Media Reform Victory: People Win, Corporations Lose!
(1 comments) The Third Circuit Court of Appeals handed Media Reform groups a giant victory last Thursday when they ordered the FCC to go back to the drawing board on newspaper/broadcast cross-ownership rules. And better, the Federal Court affirmed the FCC's right under the First Amendment to regulate broadcasting to protect the public interest.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011     

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The L.A. Times Whitewash of Clarence Thomas
(8 comments) L.A.Times writer David G. Savage wrote a "nice" piece about Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. But readers don't need him to play "nice," we need all the relevant facts. It's called giving perspective.

Sunday, May 8, 2011     

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President Obama, Don't Just Scold the Media, Fix It!
(4 comments) It is not enough for President Obama to scold the media over not reporting the facts about his birthplace. It is time for him to keep the commitments he made to the American people and repair our broken media once and for all!

Wednesday, March 16, 2011     

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Right Wing Hit Media 400: "Disabling Journalism to Destroy Progressive Thought"
(8 comments) The James O'Keefe NPR sting is just the latest Right Wing strategy to disable real journalism from doing its job.

Friday, January 28, 2011     

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Could 51 Votes Trigger the Real Constitutional Option?
The US Senate Majority and Minority leaders have reached a compromise on Senate Rules changes over the filibuster and delaying tactics. But junior Senators are decrying the move as taking away their Constitutional rights.

Thursday, January 27, 2011     

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Filibuster Catch 22
(2 comments) A trio of Democratic Senators are trying to change the rules of the Senate to limit the use of the filibuster. But those rule changes were essentially squashed by threat of - a filibuster. Key constitutional questions are at stake.

Monday, January 17, 2011     

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When Radio Lies, Our Culture Dies
(7 comments) Sheriff Clarence Dupnik is taking a lot of heat for his comments saying he has "no doubt" Rush Limbaugh and Right Wing Hate Radio had something to do with the Tucson, Arizona shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and many others. In this piece, Sue Wilson argues that the misinformation drumbeat on Right Wing Talk Radio creates not just hate and vitriol, but it is changing our entire culture - for the worse.