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  • Project Censored Visits Portland (parts 1&2) (VB #91.10&11):
    Authors and editors of "Censored 2014: Fearless Speech in Fateful Times" note corporate coverage of current events resembles junk food news where stories are at best poorly covered. 6/14
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  • Corporate Media Confidential (Parts 1 & 2) (VB #68.03&04):
    Former media insiders expose how Big Media shape reports, why they influence news, and how they decide what news is covered and what is not, at a Minneapolis conference. 7/08
  • You Are What You Media (VB #60.09):
    NW Media Literacy Center's Vanessa Hughes gives the basics on how to filter what the mass media throws at you. 8/06
  • Norman Solomon: Media Spin Makes War Easy (parts 1&2) (VB #58.02&03):
    Syndicated columnist shows the parallels between the coverage of and policies driving the Vietnam war and the current war on Iraq; musician David Rovics sings. 1/06
  • Amy Goodman: Exception to the Rulers (parts 1&2) (VB #53.13&54.01):
    The progressive journalist discusses origins of the independent Pacifica Radio, corporate media consolidation, Haiti, East Timor, and citizen responsibility. 12/04
  • An Afternoon with Media Activist Dee Dee Halleck (parts 1&2) (VB #52.11&12):
    An early proponent of Cable Access Television speaks about mainstream mediašs support of war and globalization and her career helping others get their voices heard. $12
  • Weapons of Mass Distraction: Media Literacy, Gender and Violence (VB #40.8&9):
    A media lecturer and conflict management specialist talks about biases in the mainstream media, showing stereotypes, violent images and other marketing tools. 8/01
  • Challenges of Alternative Media (VB #38.10): Panel discussion on benefits and difficulties for community radio, alternative press, and video activists. From 2000 End Corporate Dominance Conference. 3/01
  • AT&T/TCI Merger and You (VB #32.09): A cable regulator, public utilities advocate, and internet service provider discuss ramifications of the megamerger. 8/99
  • Lee Lew Lee: Alternative Media Forum (5/98) (VB #30.11): The filmmaker of "All Power to the People" talks about the effectiveness of grassroots as opposed to corporate media. 30 min. 3/99
  • Cyndy's Spice World (VB #30.03): Analysis of videos; an energetic look-a-like contest; and Spice Girls fans answering questions about profound issues. 20 min. 1/99 (also see Feminist Issues)
  • Michael Parenti: Media Monopoly and Class Power (pt 1&2) (VB #28.10&11): Political scientist on how mass media ownership and content distort and mask underlying class struggles. Taped 11/97. 60 mins. 9/98
  • Media and Democracy Congress '96 (Part 1&2) (VB #18.13&19.01): 03/25/96
  • Being Critical of Mass Media: Critical Mass II (VB #15.02): 30 mi 04/10/95
  • Kicking Dick Nixon Around: Remembering Nixon Pt. 1 (VB 11.06): Examines the re-writing of the history of this "complicated" late ex-president. 30 mi 05/09/94
  • Nighty-Night, Tricky Dick: Remembering Nixon Pt. 2 (VB #11.07): More nixon 30 mi 05/16/94
  • The Total Radio Guy (VB #07.11): 30 mi 06/14/93
  • The "Anarchist" "Riot" (VB #09.01): 30 mi 10/04/93
  • How to Watch TV (and other Stories) (VB #03.02): Analyzing Pres. Bush's '92 State of The Union address. 30 04/13/92
  • "PC" Racism & the Media (VB #03.13): Analyst Norman Solomon on "Political Correctness" and coporate media. 30 mi 04/01/92
  • You & the Web (VB #13.01): A short introduction to the unlimited information on the World Wide Web and the Internet. 30 mi 10/03/94
  • Access to Information (VB #09.02): 30 mi 10/11/93
  • On the Net (VB #04.06): A brief primer on the philosophy of computer networks & how to access and communicate with the people out there. 30 mi 08/31/92
  • Barbara Trent: Making "The Panama Deception" (SE #018):

  • Lydia Sargent: Opening Remarks PLUS Alternative Media Panel (ZMI #01.01): Z Magazine's chief satirist invites students to the first ZMI also, the possibilities of alternative media. 120mi 10/05/94
  • Noam Chomsky: The Media and Democracy (ZMI #01.03): The author/linguist/activist answers questions, points out that democracy and capitalism are incompatible. 120mi 10/19/94
  • Ron Daniels: Grassroots Campaigns and the Media (ZMI #01.05): The 1992 presidential candidate on the importance of alternative - and even mainstream - media. 120mi 11/04/94
  • Barbara Ehrenreich: Trash and Other Media Trends (ZMI #01.07): The author exposes the "pack media" who brought us Nancy & Tonya, Joey & Amy, and Lorena & John. 120mi 11/18/94
  • Noam Chomsky: Critical Analysis of the Media (ZMI #01.08): The co-author of Manufacturing Consent delves deeply into ways to filter corporate media's message. 120mi 11/25/94
  • Michael Albert: Closing Remarks PLUS Mark Achbar: Making Manufacturing Consent (ZMI #01.13): Z's Albert summarizes the First Alternative Media Institute. Film-maker Achbar talks and shows clips from Manufacturing Consent. 120mi 12/30/94
  • Ron Daniels: The Impact of Media on Organizing (Part I) (ZMI #02.04): The former presidential candidate describes the routes organizers might take to access media, and explains why. 1:30 10/25/95
  • Michael Albert: Media, Mass Media, and ZMI (Part I) (ZMI #02.10): Albert looks at the positive changes Z Media Institute and other alternative institutions could make. 1:20 12/06/95
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