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Piloted in 2004 by local media activist groups the Youth Media Council, Media Alliance, Reclaim the Media, and Media Tank—the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net) became a project of the Center for Media Justice (formerly the Youth Media Council) in 2008. MAG-Net has since emerged as a powerful movement network, winning local and national fights to reduce predatory prison phone rates, protect the open Internet, increase corporate media accountability, and preserve digital rights.

MAG-Net is the largest multi-issue action network for communication rights, access and representation in the United States. With a voting membership of leading media justice organizations, 175+ affiliate members across the United States, a national learning community, and network infrastructure for communications and campaign collaboration— MAG-Net is advancing an exciting new vision for media and justice.