WFNU Frogtown Community Radio is almost here

We have a historic opportunity to put the voices of Frogtown, the most racially diverse neighborhood in St. Paul, on the air. But we need your help. WFNU Frogtown Community Radio is the product of almost four years of organizing (with support from many MAG-Net members!) around the idea that community-owned media can be a Read more

MAG-Net Media Justice Salon: Connection Over Profit: Our Fight to Close the Communication Gap

On October 28, the Media Action Grassroots Network launched its first Media Justice Salon. Previously known as Digital Dialogues, Media Justice Salon’s are interactive webinars that highlight top line media and communication policy issues that impact our communities. Media Justice Salons are a great educational opportunity for network members to learn more about critical media Read more


Children With Incarcerated Parents Played Key Role in Phone Justice Victory

This piece featured at Truthout by Brian Dolinar features the work of MAG-Net anchors Generation Justice, Voices for Racial Justice, and Urbana-Chamaign Independent Media Center in bringing the voices of children with incarcerated parents before the FCC in its recent regulation of the prison phone industry.   Earlier in October, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted Read more

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Join us in Philly, Make Comcast Pay it’s Fair Share!

This is it! MAG-Net Member, the Media Mobilizing Project and our friends in Philly have their last chance in 15 years to make Comcast pay its fair share in Philly – and respect the hometown consumers who have made it one of the most profitable companies in America. – and respect the hometown consumers who Read more


Once-in-a-Generation Chance to Strike a Great Deal with Comcast

 This is an was originally posted on and is from guest writers Hannah Sassaman and Gretjen Clausing. Thousands of Philadelphians live their lives online. Coordinating with coworkers. Connecting with family. Pursuing education. Searching for affordable healthcare. Maybe reading this blog, getting the information we need to make our city better. But Philly has the highest Read more