"We the People" to govern ourselves a free,
democratic, diverse broadcasting is imperative, as
provided in the 1st and 14th Amendments.
"It is the purpose of the
First Amendment to preserve an uninhibited marketplace
of ideas in which truth will ultimately prevail, rather
than to countenance monopolization of that market, whether
it be by the Government itself or a private licensee."
Red Lion Broadcasting
v. FCC, 1969
is stretched thin when very few for-profit conglomerates
control the flow of mass communications.
Media Democracy Legal Project is preparing to file
a ground breaking case that constitutionally challenges
the present broadcasting monopoly.
for this constitutional remedy:
That our publically-owned airwaves must be democratically
managed with a much larger decentralized public broadcasting
sector, justly financed by commercial users limited
to 50% of the public airwaves. Public interest and
fairness rules for broadcasters must be reinstated.
To use constitutional legal process to attain democratic
governance of our publicly owned airwaves in accordance
with the democratic ideals of our U.S. Constitution.
Media Democracy Legal Project is engaged in building
the popular political movement necessary for the creation
of diverse, democratic broadcast communications.
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