The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) and the Foundation of the Alliance for Community Media (FACM) today announced Mr. Mike Wassenaar as the first President of both organizations, according to Ms. Keri Stokstad, Chair of the organizations’ Board of Directors.
Minneapolis (September 16, 2014) – The Alliance for Community Media, the Alliance for Communications Democracy and Common Cause today asked the Federal Communications Commission to block the deal for AT&T to acquire DirecTV.
ACM is encouraging all community media organizations to file comments in the AT&T DirecTV merger proceeding. The deadline for initial comments is September 16 at MIDNIGHT ET.
View the comments and merger conditions proposed by the Alliance for Community Media and the Alliance for Communications Democracy
Comment Period for FCC MB Docket No. 14-57, regarding the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger, is now open
Comment Period for FCC MB Docket No. 14-57, regarding the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger, is now open. Reply comments are due by 7:00 PM Eastern, August 25, 2014.
The Alliance is asking all PEG Access community media organizations affected by the Comcast Time Warner Charter merger and divestiture transactions to state your concerns to the FCC by August 25 at 7pm ET. We have prepared a template for filing comments in the proceeding and instructions for how to file, and are holding a webinar on how to file TODAY (Tuesday, August 12 at 3:30pm ET).
Mike Wassenaar of Silver Spring, Maryland has been chosen as the Public Policy Advocate for the Alliance for Community Media (ACM).
The ACM Board voted unanimously to join the more than 50 signatories to an Arts Education position paper that argues for the importance of arts education in “preparing students for school, work and life”, as well as closing the achievement gap.
Alliance for Community Media Calls on the Obama Administration Regarding the Selection of the FCC Chair
The Alliance for Community Media’s Sylvia Strobel calls on the Obama Administration to select an FCC Chairman with a record of recognizing and supporting the important issues of diversity and localism in media.
More than 200 member organizations participated in the Alliance for Community Media’s (ACM) survey of community media centers’ 2012 election program offerings. Community media centers often serve as the only source of local news and information, and ACM’s survey results reinforce the value of — and critical need to preserve — community media centers in throughout the U.S.