Welcome to all "A Merger That Isn't Comcastic" Readers

Posted by Mitchell - August 15, 2010 (entry 659)

We would like to welcome new visitors to the website who have read the national op-ed published by the American Forum by two CMA members about the proposed Comcast/NBC merger. Our big hits thus far have been Truthout and the Seattle Times. But the op-ed has been published in a number of other publications nationwide. Here is a list of some of them:

Richmond County (NC) Daily Journal | New Jersey Today | The Compton Bulletin (Los Angeles County, CA) | Augusta (VA) Free Press | Caribbean Life News | OpEdNews | Delaware County (PA) Daily Times | The Tennessean

We have editions of the op-ed republished here on the CMA website in English and in Spanish, which your publication is welcome to republish.

This op-ed is just the latest salvo in our fight against this proposed merger. We're planning more work on this issue. Stay tuned, folks.

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