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Znet Article, January, 07 2006
Vltchek's ZSpace page
Andre Vltchek's political novel "Point of No Return" is the first book released by the new progressive publishing house Mainstay Press. Mainstay will attempt to fill a void in the realm of fiction focused on progressive social change. Thefirst ...
Znet Article, December, 29 2005
La vaca's ZSpace page
From the La Gomera Community Center, for the whole neighborhood and under the slogan "Down With TV," Channel 5 is intercepted in order to make a different transmission. Videos, music and parties made up part of the experience that refreshed a swel...
Znet Article, December, 24 2005
Fernandes's ZSpace page
Four young people sit around a large table, writing furiously amid piles of notes, cans of soda, and scrunched up papers. They could be kids doing their homework or studying for exams. But these young women from the shantytowns, aged between 17 an...
Znet Article, December, 02 2005
Amy l. Dalton
Dalton's ZSpace page
IMC-UC: Indymedia as Social Movement
Znet Article, December, 01 2005
Amy l. Dalton
Dalton's ZSpace page
The Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center is not an organization dedicated to reporting on something happening "over there." Its hundred-plus volunteers are rooted in the very space where things are happening. And they are telling their story ...
Znet Article, October, 17 2005
Barsamian's ZSpace page
David Barsamian is the founder of Alternative Radio, a weekly un-embedded public affairs radio program that can be heard on community radio stations across North America. Some of his books include Imperial Ambitions with Noam Chomsky, Eqbal Ahmad:...
Znet Article, September, 14 2005
Solomon's ZSpace page
Traveling from New York City in late September 2001, on a pre-scheduled book tour, author Joan Didion spoke with audiences in several cities on the West Coast. In the wake of 9/11, she later wrote, "these people to whom I was listening -- in San F...
Znet Article, August, 27 2005
Goodman's ZSpace page
Imagine living, eating, sleeping, relieving ...
Znet Article, July, 19 2005
Weinberg's ZSpace page
With all of the current horrors in the headlines, the world has paid little note to the tenth anniversary of the July 1995 massacre of 8,000 at the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica after it was overrun by besieging Serb rebel forces. The town's ...
Znet Article, June, 18 2005
Ireland's ZSpace page
James Weinstein -- author, historian, teacher, editor, publisher, founder of In These Times magazine, and an import...
Znet Article, May, 27 2005
Dru Oja jay
Oja jay's ZSpace page
The dominant evaluation of this year's National Conference on Media Reform is that it was an overwhelming success. In fact--relative to where the movement could and should be--the conference's achievements were underwhelming. Political divisions, ...
Znet Article, May, 16 2005
Achbar's ZSpace page
Modern law endows economic institutions with legal rights of real, flesh-and-blood people. But if the corporation is a person -- what kind of person is it? A recent documentary film provides an alarming answer: the institution is "a person that is...
Zmag Article, May, 01 2005
Hayes's ZSpace page
S hould we try to infiltrate mainstream media or put our considerable energies into creating our own communication channels? An energized group of 200 women writers, radio producers, and critics debated this and other ...
Znet Article, April, 28 2005
Mark t. Harris
Harris's ZSpace page
In July 2002, employees at the Whole Foods Market in Madison, Wisconsin, made history when they voted to become the first unionized store at the natural foods mega-chain. The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW)-supported organizing drive was...
Znet Article, April, 12 2005
Loewenstein's ZSpace page
During last year's Federal Election campaign, I ran the Counterspin blog (http://www.smh.com.au/blogs/counterspin.html ) on the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) and Melbourne Age websites. It was an instructive experience. The ABC was the only other ma...
Znet Article, January, 24 2005
Engelhardt's ZSpace page
A Demobilized Press in a Global Free-Fire Zone
Znet Article, December, 17 2004
Christini's ZSpace page
A Few Notes on the Literary Establishment
Znet Article, November, 29 2004
Parry's ZSpace page
Over the past quarter century, the conservatives/Republicans have built a huge, permanent media machine â€“ a vertically integrated structure that puts out the conservative message on TV, with newspapers, through magazines, over radio statio...
Znet Article, October, 21 2004
Mundy's ZSpace page
From Conrad Black to Izzy Asper in Canada, and from Michael Powell to Clear Channel in the U.S., the increasing concentration of media ownership in corporate hands has elicited much controversy lately. This corporatization of media has not gone u...
Znet Article, October, 19 2004
Grossman's ZSpace page
Less than a week after the U.S.-directed London seizure of two of its servers, the collective news organization IndyMedia said Wednesday that the devices have been returned to its service provider, Rackspace. However, the 20 or so sites that thes...