The media reform group Free Press announces the launch of a new "Action Network" community blog service. They invite bloggers and citizen journalists to join them in chronicling how people in their communities are working toward more democratic, just media. Registered users can post to their own blog, comment on other posts, rate, and share posts with their own networks.
Looks like an interesting way to connect the dots between various media
reform and media justice efforts going on around the United States,
including folks working on community broadband, low power FM, Net
Neutrality and media ownership issues. Lots of interesting posts already up there, so media activists should keep an eye on the Action Network.