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How Can We Create Media Democracy?
Media Democracy Festival, Saturday October 17 @ Goldsmiths, University of London. Unconference: 10am - 6pm, £5. Party: 6pm - 1am, £10
Corbyn & Watson Victories: Media Reform Back on the Agenda
Committed media reformers take the leadership of the Labour Party
Big Media Is Failing Welsh Culture and Communities
Welsh politicians, academics and trade unions call for reversal of cuts to S4C and BBC plus new support for community journalism
Jeremy Corbyn Backs Media Reform
Labour Leadership hopefuls Jeremy Corbyn and Yvette Cooper Back ‘Urgent Measures’ to Tackle Media Power
#GE2015 press most partisan in a generation?
UK papers backed Tories over Labour by a margin of 5 to 1
Media policy - what the party manifestos say
Public Calls for Action on Media Ownership Concentration
Figures in a new poll reveal that there is overwhelming public support for action to confront the unaccountable power of media proprietors in the UK.
Manifesto for Media Reform launched
What we're calling on politicians to do in the next parliament
Our media isn't like the weather, something we can't change and have to learn to accept.
It's like it is because of conscious political and economic choices made by politicians and media owners.
Different choices can be made, which would give us a different and better media, and we want your help to bring them about
We believe a truly democracy society needs a media that reflects the diversity of opinion in our society, not the narrow spectrum of views that constitute official public debate.
We believe that at national and local level, the powerful in public and corporate life need a media which holds them to account – and so does the media itself.