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September 20, 2005

People for Public Broadcasting 

With a combined century or more of research into transparency of media, BB authors and Medinge invite you to make a mark for wanting to see public broadcasting sector keep spaces open for societiies and communities grassroots issues. This sector (along with the more transprent parties on the internet) is probably globalisation's last chance of any big branding organisation being returned one day to being governed for and by the people


There are 100s of different reasons why you might have at least one grassroots cause that public broadcasters can keep the light and space open for if their journalists are not ruled by big organsiational interests (whether corporate or government). You can click the above link, become a supporter if you wish, write up a statement of the grassroots issue that you most want public media to keep open and diverse dialogues propagating

Personally I have been studying the dynamics of this war between transparent public and opaque hidden networks for 21 years in over 30 countries. I am happy to discuss any humanitarian context or grassroots challenge until we both understand why it may have worldwide analogies (hi-truist network friends) as well as deep local democratic vitality for human rights or just your own family's freedom to live your lifes making your greatest difference

chris macrae
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