Media

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Sydney’s Radio Skid Row is a grassroots, community-driven radio station that has been a vital voice for marginalised communities since its establishment on Gadigal country in 1983, writes Manu Monteiro. The station has just kicked off its annual supporter drive.

map of settler violence

While opposing Israel’s ethnic cleansing of Gaza, we should not forget another aspect of Israel’s genocidal project: the growing violence against Palestinians in the West Bank, argues Barry Sheppard.

3CR Radiothon promotional artwork by Aretha Brown

Melbourne's community radio station 3CR has firm roots in the solidarity movements, writes Rachel Kirby. It relies on listener support and is about to kick off its 2024 Radiothon.

The British High Court of Justice decided to allow whistleblower and WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange leave to appeal his extradition to the United States. Binoy Kampmark reports.

“Banning Green Left from a platform which the people-powered, activist media outlet has used for years to disseminate critical information, build movements and expose injustice and inequity, and take a staunchly anti-capitalist stance is a disgrace,” said New South Wales Greens MP for Newtown Jenny Leong.

Social media corporations exercise a lot of power to manipulate people’s social and political views. As their power grows, Pip Hinman and Susan Price urge you to support Green Left’s voice-for-the-resistance journalism.

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There is a strong parallel between news coverage of Palestinian victims of Israel and Black and Brown victims of racism, white vigilantism and policing in the United States, writes Sonali Kolhatkar.

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Aotearoa/New Zealand news media came under fire at a Palestine solidarity rally in Auckland calling for an immediate ceasefire in the war in Gaza with speakers condemning what they said was pro-Israeli “bias” and “propaganda”, reports Pacific Media Watch.

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Anti-war socialist Boris Kagarlitsky has been sentenced to five years’ jail on appeal, a harsh sentence his supporters say is due to his opposition to Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine, writes Federico Fuentes.

Reporting Israel’s war on Gaza has become the greatest credibility challenge for journalists and the media in our time, writes David Robie.

Protester holds sign that reads: stop both-sidesing genocide at ABC protest

Journalists are pushing back at management censoring coverage of Israel’s war on Gaza. Pip Hinman reports.

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Israel is killing media workers in order to prevent the world from seeing the unspeakable atrocities it is carrying out in Gaza, reports Amanda Yee.