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Shadows of Liberty:  How does corporate control of media threaten democracy? This film has been shown at film festivals around the world, but not in the U.S.  Don’t miss this opportunity to see it in its entirety now.

The full film is being streamed online in conjunction with the National Conference on Media Reform in Denver CO.  It is being streamed by KCET TV at this web address:  http://shadows.kcetlink.org/ 

To play the video move your cursor from the track pad or your mouse over the screen below the image of the woman looking out the window just above the Facebook and Twitter buttons.

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How does corporate control of media threaten democracy? Find out in #shadowsofliberty, April 5 on @LinkTV & @KCET:bit.ly/shdwlib

Here is Danny Glover’s tweet.  Shadows of Liberty also stars John Nichols, Robert McChesney, Chris Hedges, Amy Goodman, Robert Parry, Norman Solomon, Janine Jackson and many other media scholars and media critics.

Explore This Interactive Image: The Big Five Media Conglomerates

Click on the title above for the interactive links.

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