Tips and Tools for Engaged Citizens
Here you’ll find many tools and resources for learning about media policy issues and participating in the media reform movement. An overview of each resource is provided below.


Resource Library
The library includes research reports, white papers, activist tools, book reviews, filings and other FCC docket-related materials, and issue backgrounders on all aspects of media policy reform. These materials will help you better understand the media and engage in the movement for media reform.

Who Owns the Media Charts
Who owns the media serving our nation and your community? Just how Big is Big Media anyway? Check out the media ownership charts to find out. You can browse individual company holdings or look up the largest companies by media sector.

Beginner’s Guide
Are you new to the movement for better media? Looking for someplace to start? This is it. Use the beginners’ guide to discover why you should care about media and what’s wrong with our media system. Get up to speed on our campaigns for changing the media, and learn how you can become part of the movement.

Organizational Directory
An extensive database of groups and organizations from across the country that are working to reform media policy. Is there a group or organization on your most pressing issue? in your community? Browse the directory to find out.


Media Reform Organization Directory

 These are local, regional, and other national groups working on media policy reform. We’re all in this together, so support their good work.
Find a Media Reform Organization in your State  
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