Posted on May 19, 2014
On April 26th, 2014 Media Literacy Project hosted our first Media Justice Forum at Media Arts Collaborative Charter School. We had a range of presenters who do awesome media justice work across Albuquerque. Thank you so much to everyone that attended!
Comments of attendees:
- I enjoyed the panel discussions; we each have a lot to share both youth and adults.
Posted on December 5, 2011
MLP survives off of a steady diet of media policy so you don't have to. See our synopsis of the three most current and critical happenings in media policy, as we mark six months of representing New Mexico on the Federal Communications Commission Consumer Advisory Committee in Washington, DC.
Posted on November 1, 2011
Media Literacy Project Executive Director, Andrea Quijada, asks "Would this Occupy movement even be possible without a free and open internet?" American media has been colonized for too long, it is time to (Un)Occupy the airwaves.
Posted on September 2, 2011
The last day of August was a game changer for consumer advocates nationwide and Media Literacy Project. The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an anti-trust suit against the proposed AT&T-T-Mobile merger on August 31st.
Posted on August 5, 2011
Media Literacy Project is asking New Mexico to take action. There are three things we can all do to make sure the voice of the consumer is heard just as clearly as the voice of the corporation.
Posted on July 1, 2011
Last month, Media Literacy Project released our statement against the proposed AT&T and T-Mobile merger. This merger will eliminate jobs in New Mexico and increase already high costs for mobile broadband.
Posted on May 20, 2011
When I heard about AT&T’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile, I got nervous. I fear the outcomes of greater concentration in the wireless market for all consumers, but I’m also a former AT&T customer who wrested myself away to T-Mobile just over a year ago. So this merger gets personal.
Posted on February 28, 2011
Apple is used to having its chops busted. How often does Steve Jobs say something snarky, provoking a viral Web response that, in turn, forces the company to act more reasonably. Just a few days ago Apple banned another set of portable applications based on their sexually suggestive material.
Posted on January 26, 2011
Just after the FCC announced their net neutrality order, metroPCS unveiled their new tiered data plan on their 4G network that offers us a glimpse into a controlled and more expensive mobile Internet world.