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Censored 2013: Dispatches From the Media Revolution by Mickey Huff, Andy Lee Roth, and Project Censored. Order now! Still only $19.95 plus $3.00 shipping in the US!
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Order Project Censored’s newest book: The Top 25 Censored Stories of 2010-11 for just $19.95 + Shipping.
Censored 2012: The Sourcebook for the Media Revolution, The Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2010-2011 by Mickey Huff and Project Censored.
In this volume, there are 500 pages of real news you can use, plus ample analysis that eradicates civil paralysis, and antidotes to our current Truth Emergency that will strengthen societal media literacy.
Censored 2012 Special Autographed Copy Now available!
You can now order an autographed edition of the newest book for $35 in honor of Project Censored 35th anniversary
This year’s volume is truly Media Democracy in Action. Not only does it cover the most under-reported stories the corporate media ignore, but this year’s Censored Deja Vu, Junk Food News and News Abuse, Signs of Health, and FAIR’s 10th anniversary of Fear and Favor in the News Room. A full Truth Emergency section debuts this year for “Censored 2011″ to address State Crimes Against Democracy as well as analysis of the corporate media spin that led to the Iraq War and continues to hide US allied atrocities in the Middle East. Project Censored now has over 30 college and university affiliates contributing on our expanding websites and we introduce this year the Project Censored International section of the book, reviewing global trends in media control and censorship. Former director Peter Phillips and new director Mickey Huff describe the new directions of the Project and research methodology plus an update from Dave Mathison on Being the Media, London’s Index on Censorship and much, much more! From now to September 15th, anyone donating $30 or more to the Project will receive a signed copy of “Censored 2011″ by the editors. Regular orders can be sent through the store on the Project Censored website for $19.95 plus $3 shipping and handling. Mail orders can be sent to Media Freedom Foundation, P.O. Box 571, Cotati, CA 94931. Thank you for your support of Project Censored and for helping fight media censorship!
The latest edition of Project Censored’s research, the Top 25 censored news stories that didn’t make the news, and more accounts of media democracy in action will be available by October 1st, this fall, for Media Accountability Day. Order your copy today! Or, make a generous tax-deductible donation of $100 or more to the Media Freedom Foundation/Project Censored and get an autographed copy by the editors in appreciation. Please don’t forget to support your local, independent, media! And if you don’t have that kind of news media in your community, you need to Be the Media!
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By Peter Phillips and Project Censored. Reflecting media research from March 2007 to April 2008. Introduction by Cynthia McKinney. Cartoons by Khalil Bendib. This year’s top stories include real news from Iraq, behind the scenes plans for the Security and Prosperity Partnership (“NAFTA on steroids”), US militarization of Latin America, an Executive Order to seize protesters’ assets, and the Act to rout out “Homegrown Terrorism.” Featuring contributions by Yes! Magazine, FAIR, the Index on Censorship, the Center for Media and Democracy; Project Censored special research on media reform in the Truth Emergency movement, and much, much more.
Media research from March 2006 to April 2007. Introduction by Dennis Loo. Cartoons by John Jonik.
Our 30th anniversary edition reflecting media research from March 2005 to April 2006. Introduction by Robert Jensen. Cartoons by Tom Tomorrow. This year’s top stories include news of Internet control, the future of information, communication and privacy in the US, militarization of the Homeland, conflicts of interest at all levels of government, and tipping-point environmental destruction. Featuring updates on the past 30 years’ #1 stories, updated maps of corporate media cross-ownership, and news on media activist groups.
Media research from March 2004 to April 2005. Introduction by Norman Solomon. Cartoons by Tom Tomorrow. This year’s top stories include news of accelerating government secrecy, massive civilian deaths in Iraq, condinuing election fraud, environmental destruction, police state surveillance, and pending wars over geopolitical policies. Also included are updated maps of corporate media cross-ownership, and news on media activist groups nationwide.
Student/activist edition reflecting media research from March 2003 to April 2004. Introduction by Greg Palast. Cartoons by Tom Tomorrow. Maps of corporate media cross-ownerships, updates on media activist groups nationwide, as well as top stories of imperialism, 9-11, corporate fraud, and government cover-ups.
Censored 2004 presents the most censored stories of 2002 and 2003. This year’s top stories include: US plans for global domination, the sinister side of Homeland Security, as well as updated media ownership maps, FAIR’s “Fear and Favor in the Newsroom”, the global Index on Censorship, the writings of Michael Parenti, Davey D. Norman Solomon, John Stauber, and more. Cartoons by Tom Tomorrow and introduction by Amy Goodman.
Censored 2003 presents the most censored stories of 2001 and 2002. Read all about it: how the government hopes to sell our airwaves to the highest bidder ; how U.S. policies in Colombia support mass murder; how oil interests caused the Bush Administration to cease investigations into bin Laden before September 11; how the CIA helps to kidnap suspects for overseas torture and executions.
PLUS: A special chapter on building grassroots movements through independent media; Mark Crispin Miller on “The Big Ten Media Giants”; and Marc Herold on Afghan civilian casualties.
This 25th anniversary addition of Censored features the top 25 most censored news stories of 2000. Censored 2001 also features a look back at a quarter century of censored news; an interview with Walter Cronkite; Laura Conaway and James Ridgeway’s “Democracy in Chains,” about the discrimination against black voters in Florida; a chapter on the history of Junk Food News by Project Censored founder Carl Jensen; and original essays by Eric Galatas, Robert A. Hackett, Edward S. Herman, Marrianne Manilov, and Norman Solomon.