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The Federal Communications Commission will host its next media ownership hearing in Chicago. You are encouraged to attend, and sign up to testify.
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2007.
Time: 4pm to 11pm.
Place: The Operation Push National Headquarters, Dr. King’s Workshop, 930 East 50th Street (corner of South Drexel Blvd.), in Chicago.
Five training sessions will be held across Chicago. See the full list of sessions, locales, and times. Brush up on media policy, learn the logistics of the hearing, and hone your message in an atmosphere of constructive criticism.
Text announcements: Initial announcement | Hearing locale announcement | An abridged timeline | Additional background material
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