Update: On September 10th, Clearchannel station KNEW announced they were dropping Savage Nation from their SF schedule.
On Tuesday August 11th, San Francisco became the first municipality in the country to support the National Hispanic Media Coalition’s petition for an FCC docket and report on media hate speech and its possible impact on hate crimes.
The vote was unanimous! Continue reading Anti-Hate Speech Resolution Passes SF Board of Supervisors Unanimously
By DeeDee Halleck
John Nichols and Robert McChesney have written a widely posted Nation article searching for answers to the current emergencies in the newspaper business. (“The Death and Life of Great American Newspapers”) They recognize the crisis as an opportunity to rethink public media in general and their suggestions for remedy are at least a provocative starter for the needed reassessment and creative activism. They suggest the government pump in $60 billion over the next three years, a pricetag that is similar to, though less than, the handouts to AIG and the US banks.
Continue reading Bailouts For The Media Moguls: Thinking Outside The Newspaper Box
By Tracy Rosenberg – published San Francisco Chronicle
The Obama administration has taken a lot of heat recently for declaring war on Fox News, including from Chronicle columnist Debra J. Saunders. And it’s true that you can’t have presidential staffers ducking press inquiries. But media lies and distortions are another ball game entirely. Let’s look at the record:
Continue reading Fox News is no news outlet