Non-Corporate News

Over the last year or two a growing number of  people are turning away from the corporate media to the Internet as their source of daily news and commentary. In the past, the U.S. government has had control of the media through a few corporate owners. The Internet has been undermining that locus of control and loosening the grip of the corporate government on the "hearts and minds" of the people. As the Internet continues to grow and remains free from government control people become better informed for self-governance.
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Media Channel
Consortium News
The Huffington Post
Democracy Now
Al Jazeera
Axis of Logic
Free Press
F.A.I.R. Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting
The Nation
Public Citizen
Media Watch
Mother Jones
Project Censored
ABC (Australia)
BBC (Britain)
Institute for Public Accuracy
American Journalism Review
Center for Investigative Journalism
Columbia Journalism Review
International Forum for Independent Media
Center for Media and Public Affairs
Media Education Foundation
Independent Media Center
Corp Watch
Guerilla News Network
The Militant
Iraq Today
Electronic Iraq
International Center for Journalists
Media Democracy Day
Video Activism Links
Media Matters
In These Times
The Progressive Populist
Open Society Newsroom
Common Dreams
The American Prospect
Tom Paine Common Sense
Institute for Policy Studies
Iraq Occupation Watch
War Report
International News Outlets
The Independent (South Africa)
PBS - The Persuaders
How the Media Frames Political Issues - Scott London
Television Diversity Report Cards
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Laura Bush's Mission Accomplished
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