Tell us how we can improve Green Left
We’re hoping to improve Green Left, and we need you to tell us how.
The mainstream media force their elitist ideas on audiences from the boardroom down. But Green Left is people-powered media, shaped by its audience.
As the multi-award-winning journalist - and strong Green Left supporter - John Pilger puts it: “Truth comes from the ground up, almost never from the top down.”
We’ve created a special email — GreenLeftFeedback@gmail.com — for you to send your ideas in.
Are there areas we are not reporting on that you’d like us to cover? Sports or entertainment, maybe? Are our articles too long? Too short? Too dry? Not in-depth enough?
Do you like the look of the paper or are there ways in which you think we could make it more appealing?
Do you like the way the website looks and works?
Do you like the look of our films on Green Left TV or are there ways we could improve?
Are there other formats in which you’d like to receive Green Left - as a phone app, for example?
As always, if you have suggestions, you might also think of ways you could help make them happen. Perhaps you’re a designer, a programmer, a photographer, a writer, or film producer.
Perhaps you’re good with people, in which case you’d be great at selling the paper at protests, stalls and in the street.
Or if you feel you don’t have any of these skills, perhaps you know someone who has.
In any case, everyone can help increase Green Left’s audience by getting our coverage seen by a wider audience.
Therefore, when you’re finished with your paper, don’t just recycle it - always leave it somewhere it will get picked up and read. Anywhere with a captive audience is good, such as on a train or bus, in a doctor’s waiting room or café. Maybe you know a library, progressive shop or record store where you can leave your copy.
If you access it only online, remember to share articles and videos on Twitter, Facebook or just email them on. Every bit helps.
We look forward to hearing from you at GreenLeftFeedback@gmail.com