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Donna Allen, president of the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press

Ben Bagdikian, professor emeritus and former dean, Graduate School of Journalism, University of California-Berkeley and former editor at the Washington Post

Richard Barnet, author of 15 books and numerous articles for the New York Times Magazine, The Nation and Progressive

Susan Faludi, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist;

George Gerbner, dean emeritus, Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, and author of "Invisible Crises: What Conglomerate Media Control Means for America and the World"

Juan Gonzalez, columnist for the New York Daily News

Aileen C. Hernandez, president of Urban Consulting in San Francisco

Carl Jensen, founder and former director of Project Censored

Sut Jhally, executive director of the Media Education Foundation, University of Massachusetts

Nicholas Johnson, law professor, University of Iowa, and author of "How To Talk Back To Your Television Set"

Rhoda H. Karpatkin, president, Consumers Union, nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports

Charles L. Klotzer, editor and publisher emeritus, St. Louis Journalism Review

Nancy Kranich, associate dean of the New York University Libraries

Judith Krug, director, Office for Intellectual Freedom, American Library Association

Frances Moore Lappe, co-founder, Center for Living Democracy

William Lutz, professor of English, Rutgers University, and former editor of The Quarterly Review of Doublespeak

Julianne Malveaux, economist and columnist, King Features and Pacifica radio talk-show host

Jack L. Nelson, professor, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University

Michael Parenti, political analyst, lecturer and author of several books including "Inventing Reality"

Herbert I. Schiller, professor emeritus of communication, University of California, San Diego

Barbara Seaman, author and co-founder of the National Women's Health Network

Erna Smith, chairman of the journalism department at San Francisco State University

Sheila Rabb Weidenfeld, president, D.C. Productions, Ltd.

Howard Zinn, professor emeritus of political science at Boston University and author of "You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train: A Personal History of Our Times."


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