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Links to other sites and resources you may find interesting or informative. is an online journal dedicated to the history and social significance of media culture. Besides its archive, the site features dossiers on the history of radio and television, local and global radio, popular music studies, photography and media theory and methodology, among others. The journal publishes articles in English, German, French and Dutch.

Ann Pettifor on debt, credit and the international financial system. Ann Pettifor is co-author of the
Green New Deal.

Official Noam Chomsky website. This site includes books, articles, plus writings about Noam Chomsky.

Spinwatch is a non-profit making organisation which monitors the role of public relations and spin in contemporary society. Through its website, it promotes greater understanding of the role of PR, propaganda and lobbying and covers a wide range of issues.

Current affairs and politics magazine.

Website dedicated to the films and journalism of John Pilger.

Founded in 2006, Wikileaks is an international organization that publishes anonymous submissions and leaks of otherwise unavailable documents exposing unethical behavior by various governments and corporations.

Online content from Time magazine.

Home of BBC News Online.

Home of Channel 4 News Online.

Home of ITN News Online.

Angry Mob is an online blog about the pervasive influence of tabloid culture.

Open leaks is a project that aims at making whistleblowing safer and more widespread.

Video links

Greg Philo and John Pilger speaking at the launch of More Bad News from Israel at SOAS, May 2011.

Greg Philo, Abdel Bari Atwan and Tim Llewelyn discussing media coverage of Israel and Palestine at an Amnesty International launch event for More Bad News for Israel, May 2011.

Video clip of Charlie Brooker on rolling news. Newswipe. BBC4

Video clip of Charlie Brooker's How to Report the News. Newswipe. BBC 4

Video clip of Charlie Brooker on British and American TV News

Offical trailer for Inside Job.

Offical trailer for The Corporation.

Unsettling Acounts from The Corporation.

The War You Don't See, a film by John Pilger

Nick Clegg predicts a riot, back in 2010.

David Harvey talks through the crises of capitalism in this RSA animate.

Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the media