Censored 2012: The Top 25 Censored Stories of 2010-11 by Mickey Huff, Project Censored
By Mickey Huff, Project Censored
Each year considering the fact that 1976, undertaking Censored, our nation's oldest news-monitoring group--a university-wide undertaking at Sonoma country college based via Carl Jensen, directed for a few years via Peter Phillips, and now below the management of Mickey Huff--has produced a Top-25 record of underreported information tales and a e-book, Censored, devoted to the tales that should be most sensible good points at the nightly information, yet which are lacking as a result of media bias and self-censorship. Seven tales Press has been publishing this yearbook in view that 1994, that includes the pinnacle tales indexed democratically so as of significance in line with scholars, college, and a countrywide panel of judges. all the most sensible tales is gifted at size, along updates from the investigative journalists who broke the tales. past the Top-25 tales, extra chapters delve extra into well timed media themes: The Censored information and Media research part presents annual updates on Junk nutrition information and information Abuse, Censored Déjà Vu, symptoms of desire within the replacement and information media, and the kingdom of media bias and replacement assurance world wide. within the fact Emergency part, students and reporters take a severe examine the US/NATO military-industrial-media empire. And within the venture Censored overseas part, the which means of media democracy all over the world is explored in shut organization with venture Censored associates in universities and at media organisations worldwide. A perennial favourite of booksellers, lecturers, and readers all over, Censored is among the most powerful existence symptoms of our present collective wish to get the inside track we electorate need--despite what significant Media tells us.
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