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November 16, 2007

Media Consolidation: A primer on making your opinion heard
Media Consolidation: A primer on making your opinion heard by Rick Karr.
Topic(s): blog, media
Media Ownership Rules
The FCC Chairman is poised to relax rules ó get the latest.
November 2, 2007

Is the Internet the antidote to media consolidation? by Rick Karr
Correspondent Rick Karr on the Internet's role in the modern media landscape.
Minority Media
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL reports on the real-world consequences of media policy through the lens of how it affects minority media ownership in America.
News Polarization & Ethnic Media
Does news coverage from specific ethnic media outlets for specific ethnic groups contribute to the polarization of the news? Do ethnic media serve their communities in ways the mainstream media canít? If so, how?
Topic(s): blog, media, race
September 21, 2007

Rachel Carson
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL looks at the life and legacy of Rachel Carson and her book SILENT SPRING, which launched the modern environmental movement.
The DDT Controversy
Critics allege that Carson's case against the insecticide DDT put a halt to the chemical's use to fight malaria around the world. But what is the truth? Find out more
September 14, 2007

9/11 For the Record
Review the 9/11 Commission's findings on events and intelligence available before the 9/11 attacks and review new reports.
August 24, 2007

Bill Moyers Clip File
Bill Moyers examines underreported stories about the Iraq war.
FCC Commissioner Michael Copps on Media's Future
Bill Moyers talks with FCC Commissioner Michael J. Copps about the state of media consolidation and net neutrality.
Katrina Hero
A look back at how low-power radio helped to save lives after Hurricane Katrina.
Low-Power Radio
LPFM activist Hannah Sassaman and media journalist Rick Karr discuss the current battle to protect and bolster low-power FM radio.
Poll:Net Freedom or Net Limitation
Do you think limiting competition for the Internet could have a negative effect on the expansion of new web technologies?
Rick Karr on Low-Power Radio
Correspondent Rick Karr gives an update on WQRZ's Brice Phillips.
Topic(s): blog, Katrina, media
July 20, 2007

Viewer Mail
Bill Moyers highlights viewer comments, questions and suggestions.
July 6, 2007

Story Updates: Libby, Eagles, Trade and more
Updates on stories previously covered by BILL MOYERS JOURNAL.
June 22, 2007

Bill Moyers Reads...
Reading list from Bill Moyers
Poll: Undercover Journalism
Do you think undercover investigations like those used in Ken Silverstein's recent report compromise journalistic credibility?
May 18, 2007

Postal SOS
Bill Moyers talks about postal rates and the future of independent magazines
Topic(s): government, media
Racism, Misogyny and Hip-Hop
Blog discussion of the role of banning derogatory terms in combating racism.
Topic(s): culture, media, politics, race
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