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Project Censored is a media research group out of Sonoma State University which tracks the news published in independent journals and newsletters. From these, Project Censored compiles an annual list of 25 news stories of social significance that have been overlooked, under-reported or self-censored by the country's major national news media.
Between 700 and 1000 stories are submitted to Project Censored each year from journalists, scholars, librarians, and concerned citizens around the world. With the help of more than 200 Sonoma State University faculty, students, and community members, Project Censored reviews the story submissions for coverage, content, reliability of sources and national significance. The university community selects 25 stories to submit to the Project Censored panel of judges who then rank them in order of importance. Current or previous national judges include: Noam Chomsky, Susan Faludi, George Gerbner, Sut Jhally , Frances Moore Lappe, Norman Solomon, Michael Parenti, Herbert I. Schiller, Barbara Seaman, Erna Smith, Mike Wallace and Howard Zinn. All 25 stories are featured in the yearbook, Censored: The News That Didn't Make the News.
Originally posted by justgeneric
1)Agent _T...tsk tsk tsk... I eagerly clicked on the thread thinking you might have had something ON TOPIC
2)Sure sure it's tough all over, but my focus here (on accounta I live on the AMERICAN continent is well...our crappy censored news and media.
3)Throw me a bone man (scratch that a link will do )... or well...at least put your cute picture back up and get rid of Homer.
Stories in the IPS World Service address one or more of the following themes:
Human Rights and Democratisation
Environment and Natural Resources
Labour and Migration
International Finance and Trade Flows
International Politics and Conflict Resolution
Culture, Arts and Entertainment
Science and Technology
Media and Communications
Corruption and Governance