CMA ahead of the curve again: Public Broadcasting efforts

Posted by Mitchell - June 14, 2005 (entry 319)

CMA has been working on efforts regarding PBS since our founding; witness our PBS study and continued organizing around WTTW.

As of late, public broadcasting has become a very hot button issue in the United States. There's that Bill Moyers thing, that Kenneth Tomlinson and Patricia De Stacy Harrison thing, and now there's moves in Congress to gut what federal funding PBS and NPR has.

CMA: Your media activist crystal ball since 2002.

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