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Independent Media

Deep Dish TV, New York, NY

$1,000, Waves of Change Project
To provide video cameras for interviewing indigenous people of Columbia

Democracy Now!, New York, NY

$100,000, General Support
To support the production and distribution of Democracy Now!,
an independent, daily news program

Essential Information, Washington, DC

$5,000, General Support
To promote corporate accountability, protect the environment and encourage citizens to become actively engaged in their communities

Free Press, Northampton, MA

$50,000, General Support
In support of the 2008 National Conference on Media Reform

Independent Media Institute, San Francisco, CA

$45,000, General Support
For support of AlterNet, an independent news and information website

Independent World Television, Toronto, ON Canada

$25,000, General Support
For support of independent video journalism on The Real News Network

Laura Flanders Limited, New York, NY

$15,000, General Support
For support of GRITtv with Laura Flanders

National Video Resources, New York, NY

$5,000, General Support
For support of Grantmakers in Film and Electronic Media, an association
of grantmakers committed to advancing the field of media arts and public
interest media funding

Online Journalism Project, New Haven, CT

$10,000, New Haven Independent
In support of the hyper-local online newspaper
The New Haven Independent

Progressive Legislative Analysis Network, New York, NY

$1,200, General Support
In support of a Seattle book event for The Uprising: An Unauthorized Tour
of the Populist Revolt Scaring Wall Street and Washington
, by David Sirota

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