The Future of Media

The Future of Media: Resistance and Reform in the 21st Century.” (Robert W. McChesney, Russell Newman and Ben Scott, editors.) New York: Seven Stories Press.

Co-edited by acclaimed media scholar Robert W. McChesney, the book features chapters by Bill Moyers, FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, Rep. Bernie Sanders, and Newspaper Guild president Linda Foley, among many others. With the American political landscape dominated by the influence of big business, the timing of The Future of Media could hardly be more precipitous. Endlessly pressured by lobbyists payrolled by corporate broadcasters, Congress is poised to reopen the 1996 Telecommunications Act, which will reshape every facet of our media as we know it for decades to come. Winners and losers are about to be decided, while at the same time new technologies are emerging which could truly revolutionize and democratize our media system-and our culture. From cutting edge analysis to blueprints for action, The Future of Media presents a diverse collection of voices from today’s growing media reform movement.

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Selected Reviews:
  • Booklist, June 1, 2005. By Vanessa Bush.
  • Media International Australia, No. 119. May 2006, pp. 158-162. By Tim Dwyer.
  • New York Times Book Review, July 31, 2005, pp. 1, 8-10. “Bad News.” By Richard A. Posner.
  • Reference & Research Book News, Vol. 20, No. 3 (August 2005): p. 237.
  • Reserve Books, January 7, 2011. By Bruce Cook.

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