I am writing today to announce the closure of the New Mexico Independent. After three and a half years of operation in New Mexico, the board of the American Independent News Network, has decided to shift publication of its news…
FCC commissioner to attend ABQ hearing on future of the Internet
Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Copps will be in Albuquerque Nov. 16 for a hearing on the future of the Internet. The event is sponsored by The Media Literacy Project, The Center for Media Justice and Free Press. The pro-net-neutrality groups are encouraging members of the public to share their thoughts on Internet access and freedom with the commissioner. (What is net neutrality? See the video above.)
Other attendees include Geoffrey Blackwell of the Office of Native Affairs and Policy Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau, Joe Garcia of the All Indian Pueblo Council and Loris Taylor of Native Public Media.
Full information is available at SaveTheInternet.org.