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As the Campaign Director for Free Press and SavetheInternet.com, Karr oversees campaigns on public broadcasting and noncommercial media, fake news and propaganda, journalism in crisis, and the future of the Internet. Before joining Free Press, Tim served as executive director of MediaChannel.org and vice president of Globalvision New Media and the Globalvision News Network. He has also worked extensively as an editor, reporter and photojournalist for the Associated Press, Time Inc., New York Times and Australia Consolidated Press. Karr critiques, analyzes and reports on media and media policy in his popular blog, MediaCitizen.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Censorship: Made in the USA Freedom of speech and assembly shouldn't end at America's border, or whenever we log on to the Internet.
SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, March 24, 2011
Five Things Wrong with AT&T's Mega-Merger AT&T's $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA is yet another in the series of large telecom mergers that over time are slowly reassembling the Ma Bell monopoly of old.
(11 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, December 20, 2010
Obama FCC Caves on Net Neutrality -- Tuesday Betrayal Assured Late Monday, a majority of the FCC's commissioners indicated that they're going to vote with Chairman Julius Genachowski for a toothless Net Neutrality rule. According to all reports, the rule, which will be voted on during tomorrow's FCC meeting, falls drastically short of earlier pledges by President Obama and the FCC Chairman to protect the free and open Internet.