This is Chicago's chapter of the international Independent Media Center ("indymedia") movement. Indymedia is a collective of journalists and media groups devoted to non-profit non-corporate coverage of national, international, local events.
The Chicago Newspaper Guild describes itself as a "550 member labor union created by and for newspaper and news-related employees in the Chicago area." Chicago Media Action has held some of its meetings at the Guild's offices.
CIPB is a group specialized in advocating structural reform of public television in the United States.
Collective Interest Radio is a Chicago radio program of politics and current events which airs from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Colorado Media Reform is a Colorado group devoted to independent media and critique and structural reform of the major media.
Common Cause is a grassroots lobbying organization which has been instrumental in media policy struggles in recent years. Chicago Media Action has worked in the past with the Chicago chapter of Common Cause.
Critical Notes is a weblog of criticism and media analysis by Chicagoan Josh Honn.
As described on its website, "Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 140 stations in North America." Members of Chicago Media Action helped bring DN! back to Chicago's airwaves (listen weekdays, 7am-9am, on WZRD 88.3FM).
DIYmedia.net is a news and information resource for do-it-yourself media efforts. And you haven't lived until you check out the links under Media Collage.
Downhill Battle is a non-profit organization devoted to activism around the music industry. It is "working to end the major label monopoly and build a better, fairer music industry."
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