Some of the most important stories Project Censored evaluates are sent to us as nominations from a worldwide community of concerned citizens. These stories are forwarded from websites, or clipped from small circulation periodicals or back pages of regional newspapers. If you see a story and wonder why it hasn’t been covered by mainstream media, we encourage you to send it to us as a Project Censored nomination.
To nominate a Censored story, send us the article, preferably as a url website address, by email with NOMINATION in the subject heading. Make sure the author, publication, and date of publication are noted.
1. A censored news story is one which contains information that the public has a right and need to know, but to which it has had limited access.
2. The story is timely and ongoing, with clearly defined concepts and verifiable documentation.
3. The news story has been published, either electronically or in print, in a circulated newspaper, journal, magazine, newsletter, or similar online publication from either a foreign or domestic source.
We evaluate stories year-round and post important under-covered news to our website and listserve regularly. March 30 is, however, the deadline for nominating stories for the annual Top 25 Censored News Stories yearbook consideration.
Now’s the time . . .Nominate a Censored News Story
BY POSTAL MAIL:
Project Censored Nominations
Media Freedom Foundation
P.O. Box 571
Cotati, CA 94931
or send nominations to:
BY EMAIL: [email protected] and or [email protected]
Nominations from College Campuses are eligilbe for posting on the Media Freedom International site as Validated News stories for information see: Validated Independent News http://www.mediafreedominternational.org/
All submissions must include the AUTHOR, SOURCE (name of the publication in which the article appears), DATE (Month/Day/Year of the publication in which the article appears), and the FULL TEXT OF ARTICLE.
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