Tuesday, June 25, 1996

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  • REPORT ON HEARING BEFORE FCC TODAY ON FREE AIRTIME FOR MAJOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES.

    Pacifica’s Phillip Babich has our report.

  • Media and Democracy

    The Center for Media Education has put together a 12-step program for Media and Democracy.
    It maps out what citizens can do about the growing commercialization and conglomeration of the mass media. The 12-step program is an outgrowth of the Media and Democracy Congress which Democracy Now covered in early March. The list was recently published in a special media edition of the Nation magazine.

  • Television Debates in Presidential Campaigns

    Phil Kipper, chair of the Electronic Communications Department at San Francisco State University talks about the role of television debates in the Presidential campaign.

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