Last Thursday we printed our chant sheets, bought a couple of dollar-store ponchos, had a sign-making party and picked up a bullhorn we’d borrowed. If FCC Chairman Ajit Pai wouldn’t come to the American people, the American people would come to Pai.
A dedicated group of five NJ Spark student journalists worked hand in hand with Free Press over the course of the spring semester on an ambitious project: lifting up the stories of New Jersey's working poor — and specifically New Brunswick's.
Last week FCC Chairman Ajit Pai unveiled a plan to hand over the internet to companies like Comcast.
Canada was also all abuzz with Net Neutrality news last week, and for the completely opposite reason.
In the United States, World Press Freedom Day has typically brought awareness of the dangers to journalists in war zones and dictatorships, but this year also brings a new focus on the need to protect press freedom at home.