Freepress Activist Tools

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Media Policy 101 booklet
Learn the nuts and bolts of media policy so you can change the system. From the role of Congress and the Federal Communications Commission in crafting policy to the laws that govern the public airwaves, everything you need to know about media rulemaking and regulation is here in this booklet.
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Media Reform Action Guide
This 68-page booklet is an essential primer for changing the media. Filled with useful tools, it gives step-by-step instructions on everything from mobilizing your community and monitoring your local media to advocating for national policy changes.
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Tell Your Friends
We can’t do this alone. We are up against one of the most powerful lobbies in Washington, D.C. Please tell your friends and family to get involved and take action at freepress.net.

Media Reform Daily Newsletter
Sign up, and every weekday you’ll receive an e-mail highlighting the latest on media policy, activism and reform. The Media Reform Daily features direct links to the full news articles on the Free Press Web site, our action campaigns, a calendar of events and other special features. Don’t forget to sign up for the E-Activist List to receive important e-mails about pressing media reform campaigns.

Join Our Online Community
Learn about more ways to take action and get involved in efforts to promote better media on the Free Press blog. You can also join us on Facebook, Flickr, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube online communities.

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