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IndyMedia UK (http://lists.indymedia.org/mailman/listinfo/imc-uk)
none, Tel none

The Independent Media Centre was a network of informally run media outlets for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of the truth. The original Indymdia people worked out of a love and inspiration for a better world, despite corporate media's distortions and unwillingness to cover the efforts to free humanity. Now there is much enthusiasm but political correctness and censorship are creeping in. Se ALL posts here http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/viewallposts.html
One Eye on The Road (tash@gn.apc.org)
none, Tel none

Tash's Festivals, Travelling & Environmental Archives. Lots of pictures and articles covering travellers, free parties, alternative media and surveillance.
PR Watch (editor@prwatch.org)
520 University Avenue, Suite 310, Madison,, WI 53703, Tel (608) 260-9713

Public Interest Reporting on the PR/Public Affairs Industry
The Media Channel (http://www.mediachannel.org/about/)
575, 8th Avenue, New York, NY, l0018, Tel +1 (212) 246 0202

MediaChannel.org is a nonprofit, public interest Web site dedicated to global media issues. MediaChannel offers news, reports and commentary from our international network of media-issues organizations and publications, as well as original features from
Indymedia Censored (none)
none, Tel none

The following links are to stories which have been censored by IndyMedia UK. IndyMedia UK might argue that the links were not censored but simply hidden from their newswire. This is simply a semantic distraction.
Lobster Magazine (editor@lobster-magazine.co.uk)
214 Westbourne Avenue, Hull, HU5 3JB, Tel +44 (0)1482 447558

Lobster: Journal of parapolitics, intelligence and State Research Takes a critical look at the secret state, overseas covert operations, and the work of spies and espionage.
SchNEWS (schnews@brighton.co.uk)
PO Box 2600, Brighton, BN2 0EF, Tel +44 (0)1273 685913

Amusing and informative direct action/free party newsletter which is available by email or printed. Published by Justice? In Brighton.
Campaign Groups
Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (UK) (freepress@cpbf.org.uk)
CPBF , 2nd Floor , Vi & Garner Smith House , 23 Orford Road , Walthamstow, London, E17 9NL, Tel 020 8521 5932

The Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom is an independent voice for media reform. We work to promote policies for a diverse, democratic and accountable media. We campaign for: 1. a media which is more accountable to the people it is meant to serve 2. the breakup of media concentration to promote greater media diversity 3. rights of citizens to redress for unfair coverage 4. rights of journalists to report freely Our membership is made up of individuals who care about the media and democracy, and affiliated organisations. These include national trade unions, local trade union and Labour Party branches as well as media, cultural and educational organisations.
Center for Digital Democracy (jeff@democraticmedia.org)
2120 L Street, NW Ste. 200, Washington DC, 20037, Tel usa (202)452-9898

The Center for Digital Democracy is a nonprofit organization working to ensure that the digital media systems serve the public interest
Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (fair@fair.org)
FAIR , 112 W. 27th Street, New York, NY 10001, Tel 212-633-6700

FAIR, the national media watch group, has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986. We work to invigorate the First Amendment by advocating for greater diversity in the press and by scrutinizing media practices that marginalize public interest, minority and dissenting viewpoints.
Voice of the Listener and Viewer (vlv@btinternet.com)
101 King's Drive, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 5BQ, Tel (01474) 352835

Voice of the Listener & Viewer (VLV) is an independent, non-profit-making association, funded by its members, democratically governed, and free from political, sectarian or commercial affiliations. VLV represents the citizen and consumer interests in broadcasting and is the only organisation in the UK speaking for listeners and viewers on the full range of broadcasting issues.
MediaWise (mike@mediawise.org.uk)
38 Easton Business Centre, Felix Road, Bristol, BS5 0HE, Tel 0117 941 5889

MediaWise is a charity set up by ?victims of press abuse?, backed by sympathetic journalists and media lawyers concerned with journalistic ethics. We provide advice, guidance and training on media issues, especially for those on the receiving end of inaccurate, intrusive, or sensational press coverage.
Article 19 (info@article19.org)
Article XIX, , Lancaster House, , 33, Islington High Street, London, N1 9LH, Tel 020 7278 9292

Named after Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we work worldwide to combat censorship by promoting freedom of expression and access to official information.
Media Watch UK (info@mediawatchuk.org)
3 Willow House, , Kennington Road,, Ashford, Kent,, TN24 0NR., Tel (01233) 633936

Formerly The National Viewers and Listeners Association From its outset the organisation has kept pressure on the Broadcasting Authorities to improve their public accountability and to explain their policies on standards of taste and decency. This objective is as relevant today as it was in the 1960s.
Independent Media Society (tv.choice@virgin.net)
11 Grosvenor Road , BROADSTAIRS, Kent, CT10 2BT, Tel 01843 604 633

Information Resources
BritVidz (britvidz@freeola.com)
CLASSIC BRITISH TELEVISION We are first and foremost fans of British television, and it is from this basis that this site has developed. We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase - online shopping here is personally tailored to your requirements. Unlike other sites there are no shopping carts, and you e-mail a real person with your order or enquiry.
Clearer Channel video download (unknown)
Clearer Channel is a site which showcases and hosts online Videos for public screenings. The focus is environmental and social change videos to shake us up and wake us up, and inspire action, unknown, unknown, Tel unknown

Clearer Channel video download is a way of watching your favourite videos - where the authors are happy for you to watch the film for free online.
Covert Action Quarterly (info@covertactionquarterly.org)
1500 Massachusetts Ave, NW, #732, Washington, DC, 20005, Tel +1 (202) 331 9763

?From its beginning in 1978, investigative reporting has been the magazine's forte. Journalists who probed in places the New York Times never looked, who examined the small print of the institutions of the National Security State, the Corporate State, and the Police State, have had an outlet to present their findings. We're all the wiser for it.? William Blum - Investigative journalist, author, Killing Hope and Rogue State.
Intl. Financial Institution Watch (info@ifiwatchnet.org)
c/o Bretton Woods Project , Hamlyn House , Macdonald Road, London, N19 5PG, Tel +44 (0)207 561 7589.

IFIwatchnet connects organisations worldwide which are monitoring international financial institutions (IFIs) such as the World Bank, the IMF, and regional development banks.
Mark Purdey - Seeing the Truth through Science (MadCowPurdey@aol.com)
High Barn Farm , Elworthy, Taunton, Somerset, TA4 3PX

Mark Purdey's website. His eco-detective journeys to the de-postmodernised centre of scientific truth.
Media Education Foundation (info@mediaed.org)
26 Center Street, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060, Tel (800) 897-0089 or (413) 584-8500

The Media Education Foundation is a non-profit educational organization devoted to media research and production of resources to aid educatiors and others in fostering analytical media literacy. We believe that a media literate citizenry is essential to a vibrant democracy in a diverse and complex society.
Outfoxed (TheOutfoxedMovie@aol.com), Tel 001 (310) 204-1916
Outfoxed examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch's Fox News, have been running a "race to the bottom" in television news. This film provides an in-depth look at Fox News and the dangers of ever-enlarging corporations taking control of the public's right to know.
Rare Video Specialists (rarevideos@tesco.net)
A. Greenshields , P.O. Box 35, Kettering, Northampt, NN16 9EJ, Tel (01536) 523202

Rare and hard to find Video film specialists... as well as Film Historian.
The Purdey Environmental Home Page (NRJPurdey@aol.com)
Mark's original website covering Organophosphates, BSE, CJD, Manganese, Copper, Scrapie, Prions, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Pesticides, Industrial Pollutants, Soils, Diet.
Vic Pine Videos (videos@ntlworld.com)
38 London Road, Blackwater, Surrey, Tel 01276 34126

Vic runs a pine furniture shop in Surrey that also does a roaring trade in hard-to-find new and second-hand videos and DVD's.
Video Mania (Sales@videomania.uk.com)
1A Station Road , Cippenham, Slough, Berkshire, SL1 6JJ, Tel +44 (0)1628 664411

Videomania was formed in 1991 and has since carved its place as a leading supplier of deleted and rare videos to both the enthusiast and trade customer.
Independent News Collective (inkconnect@btconnect.com)
INK , 13 Brecknock Road, LONDON, N7 0BL, Tel +44 (0)20 7424 9200

INK, the Independent News Collective, is the trade association of the radical and alternative press in the UK.
New York 911 Truth movement (info@911truth.org), Tel (212) 714-7147
The 9/11 Commission Final Report is a complete fraud. Reading the very first chapter of the report, and comparing it to what has been documented by the mainstream media can, and will, prove this. The first blaring fraud of this report is what it doesn’t say. It says nothing of substance about the multiple confirmed war games running on 9/11. Only one such exercise, VIGILANT GUARDIAN, is mentioned by name, once, but merely in a footnote of the report. The multiple war games have been documented by the mainstream press extensively, but widely ignored even by the so-called 9/11 Commission....
Federation of Information Policy Research (ian@fipr.org)
10 Water End, Wrestlingworth,, Sandy, Bedfordshire., SG19 2HA, Tel 07970 164526 (Int: +44 7970 1645

The Foundation for Information Policy Research is an independent body that studies the interaction between information technology and society. Its goal is to identify technical developments with significant social impact, commission research into public policy alternatives, and promote public understanding and dialogue between technologists and policy-makers in the UK and Europe.
Free Documentaries (info@freedocumentaries.org)
Freedocumentaries.org streams full-length documentary films free of charge, with no registration needed. For several films, we even offer the ability to watch trailers or to download the actual film. The films are gathered by our researchers as we scour the web for well-produced videos and present them to our viewers. We adhere to all copyright laws and honor the wishes of the producers. We created Freedocumentaries.org because we wanted to find an easy way to bring thought-provoking, educational, and entertaining documentaries to anyone with a high-speed internet connection. We believe that the mainstream media increasingly practices self-censorship, and that it ignores many opinions and historical events. With the media distorting or ignoring information, itís often very hard to get an accurate picture of a problem, even while watching the news. Sites like Freedocumentaries.org are a much-needed counterbalance to corporate media: an industry dominated by special interests. Even though every dollar we make via advertising or donations is critical, we do not let any advertisers have any influence over which films we play. We would rather lose that money than lose our independence. And the fact that we wonít shy away from controversial films is one of the things that makes us unique.
British Film Institute (nft@bfi.org.uk)
21 Stephen Street, London, W1T 1LN, Tel 020 7255 1444

British ilm Institute mintains a library of as many films in the UK as they can.
Independent Cinemas
Cinema Nova, Brussels, Belgium (nova@nova-cinema.com)
Rue d'Arenberg 3, Brussels, 1000, Tel +32 - 02 511 24 77

Le Nova est une salle de cinéma ouverte à la fin de janvier 1997 en plein centre de Bruxelles, et dont la programmation est dédiée aux films et vidéos de productions indépendantes. Le cinéma Nova n'est donc pas un écran commercial, c'est une association sans but lucratif gérée par un collectif d'individus travaillant de manière entièrement bénévole. En trois ans d'existence, le Nova est sans doute devenu le point de référence, en Belgique, des approches alternatives, non conventionnelles ou simplement différentes dans le domaine audiovisuel, sa notoriété ayant dépassé les frontières du pays.
Curzon, London, UK (sharon@curzoncinemas.com)
99 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 5DY, Tel 0871 8710022 (expensive phone ca

The Curzon Soho was recently voted as London's Number One cinema by readers of Time Out. Showing a broad-range of art-house films and situated in London's cosmopolitan Soho district, the cinema's three screens are equipped with Dolby THX sound, ample leg-room and excellent screen visibility. There is also a café at street-level with free entry at all times and a fully licensed bar for ticketholders.
Community Video
Big Noise (noise@bignoisetactical.org)
Big Noise Tactical Media , P.O. Box 72, New York, NY, 10013

Big Noise Tactical is a not-for-profit, all-volunteer collective of media-makers around the world, dedicated to circulating beautiful, passionate, revolutionary images.
Concord Video and Film (sales@concordvideo.co.uk)
Concord Video & Film Council , Rosehill Centre, , 22 Hines Road, , Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 9BG, Tel 01473 726012

Concord was started in 1959 by Eric Walker and Lydia Vulliamy, and may be regarded as a collection of libraries. In addition to the titles acquired for the Concord library, the council also distributes programmes for over 350 other bodies, including the Arts Council of Great Britain and Graves Audio-Visual Library.
i-Contact Video Network (bristol@icontactvideo.org), Tel +44 (0)7773 02 44 82
A non-profit making group producing and supporting video work that tackles the issues the mainstream media ignore. Through i-Contact those wishing to use video come together with those who will benefit from it. We are about respecting and reflecting the genuine concerns of communities and suggesting ways forward.
Ska TV (workers@skatv.org.au)
Suite 75, Trades Hall, Victoria Street, South Carlton, Victoria, 3053, Tel +61 3 9663 6976

KA TV aims to be an accessible and egalitarian community media resource. It aims to provide access to television production and broadcasting for sectors of the community that are marginalised by mainstream TV, and to promote a lively and democratic screen culture. SKA TV is committed to: 1. Community access to programming and production facilities; 2. Training - especially for the young and unemployed; 3. Using TV and video as tools for social change.
Undercurrents (info@undercurrents.org)
Old Telephone Exchange , Pier Street, Swansea, SA1 1RY, Tel +44 (0)1792 455900

Undercurrents aims to bring about positive social, environmental and personal change using various forms of media, currently being video, audio, internet and text. We support, train and give rsource access for both individuals and grassroot campaign groups.
Video Activist Network (USA) (info@videoactivism.org)
PO Box 40130, San Francisco, CA, 94140, Tel +1 (415) 789 8484

The VAN is an informal association of activists and politically conscious artists using video to support social, economic and environmental justice campaigns.
Vision Machine Film Project (info@visionmachine.org)
, Unit 108 , Kings wharf , 301 kingsland road, London, E8 4DS, Tel +44 20 7702 8666

Founded in 2001,Vision Machine Film Project is a not-for-profit filmmakers' collective that seeks to create an international video production and distribution network to research, analyse and respond to the conditions and mechanisms of economic, political and military power.
Whispered Media (info@whisperedmedia.org)
PO Box 40130, San Francisco, CA, 94140, Tel +1 (415) 789-8484

Whispered Media uses video, and other media tools, to support campaigns for social, economic and environmental justice.
LearnMedia (http://www.learmedia.ca)
928 6th Avenue , North Saskatoon , , Canada S7K 2T4, Saskatchewan, S7K 2T4

We are a small company that loves the cinema and the challenge of tracking down rare films. Older British videos may be our specialty but we find all kinds of interesting cinematic gems otherwise not available.
Film Makers Against War (info@filmmakersagainstwar.org)
none, Tel none

Filmmakers Against War are a collective of activists, filmmakers and artists who are using their creative skills to help raise the awareness of UK and International War Laws.
Jo (info@camcorderguerillas.net)
c/o GMAC , 34 Albion Street, GLASGOW, G1 1LH, Tel +44 (0) 141 553 2551

Camcorder Guerillas is a Glasgow-based collective of independent, radical filmakers supported in its aims by a network of members and affiliates.
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