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Media

Rebel voices

Reflections on the Rebellious Media Conference, London, October 2011

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Rebellious Media Conference

Over 1,100 people crowded into London’s Institute for Education on 8 October for the start of the Rebellious Media Conference (RMC), organised by Peace News, Ceasefire, NUJ, Red Pepper, Undercurrents and visionOntv.

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The Propaganda Model

In time for the PN-initiated Rebellious Media Conference, a brief guide to the classic analysis of the mainstream media by Noam Chomsky and Edward Herman, co-authors of Manufacturing Consent.

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Where next for radical media?

Rebellious Media Conference contributors Anne Beech, Michael Albert, Brian Dominick and Emily Johns respond to some questions from Peace News

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Voice of the People: An interview with the Hankyoreh

Taesun Kwon, the executive editor of South Korea’s non-corporate national daily newspaper, talks to Peace News

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Editorial: Media Conference

So, it’s finally here. The Rebellious Media Conference (RMC, née the Radical Media Conference) is finally taking place, nearly two years after the first brainstorming in the Peace News office about how to mark our 75th anniversary.

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Voice of the People: An interview with the Hankyoreh

Milan Rai interviews a key speaker at the 2011 Rebellious Media Conference.

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Alternative media sources

The following is a brief listing of helpful publications, books, websites and radio stations that are alternative sources of media, or offer a means of communication that leaves the mainst

Online activists guide to using the media

The hitchhikers guide to ... ... operating a pirate radio station

In a world of increasing regulation and control, deviance from established modes of behaviour are tolerated less and less.