Media reform?

This at CT.

Here’s a little Flash movie about how the media are covering the presidential campaigns. I doubt any of it will be shocking to most readers of CT, but it’s still worth a pause and some thought.

The site that features the video offers much information about media ownership and is quite a resource. But I found it difficult to locate concrete things one may be able to do, except donate money to the cause.

One section suggests ten policies to fix the media. Do you find them convincing? Realistic? Necessary? Unnecessary? Hopeless? Too vague? Too ambitious? Not ambitious enough?

One Response to “Media reform?”

  1. Marissa Haque Says:

    Eszter, I am really proud to read every single information and thought of yours in your website and blog. I am currently a graduate student of School of Film and School of Telecommuniucation at the Ohio University, athens, Ohio. Iam now also conducting a brief reaseach on the using of Internet in Indonesia presidential election which resul almost the same interesting as the US presidential election. Moral value and family issues are still the basis of voters to vote. I am also interested in studying Sociology and Media.. Good luck for your Desertation, and hoping to chat with you on line.


    Marissa Haque at the Ohio University, Athens, ohio, US