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Vicious attacks sabotaged Sohn’s FCC nomination — as did the abject failure of Democratic leaders to stand up for their nominee.
In February, Free Press toured an award-winning documentary and fought for journalism that serves local communities.
NPR blamed the drop in corporate advertising for its decision to cut 10 percent of its staff. The real culprit: the country’s failure to fully fund noncommercial media.
During Sohn’s third confirmation hearing, Cruz and other lawmakers lied about her record and did whatever they could to keep the FCC’s deadlock in place.
The anti-Black history of journalism demands that we now prioritize healing — and consider how restorative practices can change the culture of journalism.
Major advertisers — including Apple and the NFL — are paying the social network millions of dollars to drag their brands through the platform’s toxic sludge.
A “Buildings Matter, Too” headline sparked a media uprising in Philadelphia. Here’s how Free Press and allies have demanded change in the ensuing three years.
In December and January, Free Press staff confronted disinformation, toured an award-winning documentary and worked to transform journalism.
The Journalism Accountability Watchdog Network beat out establishment organizations including The Philadelphia Inquirer and WHYY.
The senseless delay in confirming Gigi Sohn has had severe consequences, especially for communities of color, low-income people and rural residents.