Tuesday, December 21 2010 - In the Media
Project Censored Editors to Host Morning Radio Program
December 19, 2010
posted at betterbadnews's blog at 911blogger.com
KPFA listener sponsored free speech radio in Berkeley has announced a significant change to it's popular drive time public affairs program, the Morning Show. The new format will experiment with a team of rotating hosts to include Project Censored's Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff, editors of Censored 2011: The 25 Top Censored Stories of 2008-09.
The current edition of The Top 25 Censored Stories includes: Number 14. Increased Tensions with Unresolved 9/11 Issues.
This is potentially significant because KPFA is part of the Pacifica Radio Network with high power FM stations in NYC, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Houston and Berkeley and affiliates in more than 160 cities.
--Dr. Peter Phillips is professor of sociology at Sonoma State University and President of the Media Freedom Foundation. He is the long-time director of Project Censored, a unique investigative news project that enlists students and faculty from more than thirty colleges and universities to expose media censorship and under-covered stories. Mickey Huff, is associate professor of history at Diablo Valley College and the new director of Project Censored and a Media Freedom Foundation board member.
For more on the ongoing battle to rescue the Pacifica Radio Network from the Democratic Party: http://www.betterbadnews.com/
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