Amy Kroin


Amy edits all Free Press and Free Press Action Fund communications. She also edits and monitors the Free Press and Save the Internet websites, coordinates and edits all blogs and helps create campaign, outreach and development materials. Amy has worked as a writer and editor for more than 15 years and her work has appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Washington Post and Salon, among other outlets. Amy holds a B.A. in English from Vassar College and an M.F.A. in English from UMass Amherst. She loves hiking, writing, singing and proving to any and all contrarians that Mad Men is the best show of all time. Follow her on Twitter @AmyKroin.


  • Net Neutrality Is Back in Court

    December 4, 2015
    As soon as the FCC adopted its landmark Net Neutrality rules back in February, the big Internet service providers and their assorted lobbying groups — not to mention their friends in Congress — made it their mission to kill those protections.
  • We Need You

    December 1, 2015
    It’s Giving Tuesday — and your inbox is likely stuffed to the gills with pleas from all of the great organizations you support. I’m here to urge you to add Free Press to your list.
  • Prison-Phone Justice Advocates Push the FCC to Take Action

    October 26, 2015
    For too long prisoners and their families have struggled to remain connected thanks to the predatory prices— up to $10 for a 15-minute call — charged by prison-phone companies like Securus Technologies.

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