On June 2, the Federal Communications Commission is planning on authorizing sweeping changes to the American news media. The rules change could allow your local TV stations, newspaper, radio stations,
and cable provider to all be owned by one company. NBC, ABC, CBS and Fox could have the same corporate parent. The resulting concentration of ownership could be deeply destructive to our democracy.
Congress is supposed to guard against monopoly power. But the upcoming rule change could change the landscape for all media and usher in an era in which a few corporations control your access to
news and entertainment. Please join in asking Congress and the FCC to support a diverse, competitive media landscape by going to: http://www.moveon.org/stopthefcc/
You can also automatically have your comments publicly filed at the FCC.
When the folks at MoveOn.org talk to Congresspeople about this issue, the response is usually the same: "We only hear from media lobbyists on this. It seems like my constituents aren't very concerned with this
issue." A few thousand emails could permanently change that perception. Please join this critical campaign, and let Congress know you care.