MDF is thrilled to present our brand new website, which will serve as a hub of information about media and technology for funders, and keep the world updated on our activities. We would like to thank our tremendously talented designer and developer team, Tristan Free and Laimah Osman, for their tireless work to make our […]
For more than 10 years, people have farmed tobacco in Greene County, North Carolina. Greene County is the most tobacco-dependent county in the state and the second most tobacco-dependent county in the nation.
As funders of civil society, it is our responsibility to consider the consequences of such a program in all of our areas of interest.
There’s a new FCC Chair, a massive community radio opportunity is on the horizon, technology privacy issues continue to grow in scope, the National Conference for Media Reform was a huge success, and Susan Crawford’s Captive Audience was released.
Funders from all sectors are invited to join us for a very special event: The National Conference for Media Reform (NCMR), taking place this year in Denver, April 5-7.
On election day, 2012, MDF commissioned an exit poll to investigate voter preferences about Internet policy issues.
Democrats & Republicans include Internet freedom in their party platforms. A UN agency’s attempts to control the Internet pose a threat to freedom of information worldwide. Updates on these issues and more in Media Democracy Fund’s quarterly newsletter. Hot Topic: International Internet Governance International governance of the Internet has become a critical topic, as […]
As websites went dark for The Day of Action against SOPA and PIPA in 2012, the creativity of web designers came out to shine. Check out our collection of screenshots!