New Jersey Media Watch New Jersey MediaWatch is a coalition concerned about the effects of media concentration in New Jersey and nationally. Such media consolidation raises concerns about whether the public has access to events and activities of groups with limited resources and issues relating to under-served constituencies. We share human and labor rights concerns.
Inasmuch as one corporation - Gannett - owns seven of New Jersey's nineteen daily newspapers, and corporate domination of national television networks is well-established, the educators, journalists, trade union, human rights and community activists who make up New Jersey MediaWatch aim to encourage communication and activism about how corporate media covers New Jersey. The Coalition is also interested in television, radio, and the internet.
The coalition sponsored an April 1998 conference, "Where have all the Papers Gone?"

 Journalism News "Where Have All The Papers Gone?" --A NJ Media Watch Exclusive Report  Detroit with the Metro Unions newspaper strike finally over.


Surf Jersey... NJ Media Guide NJ Labor Guide


Think Globally, Link Globally...Cyberstatus of Labor Journalism Criticism online


Can We Quote You?  Tell The World or  Tip off NJMW confidentially (we protect our sources)

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Communications Workers of America,
1030 St. Georges Avenue, Suite 304, Avenel, NJ 07001. Phone: 732/750-5580. Fax: 732/750-4743
NJ Mailers Local 1100, International Brotherhood of Teamsters,
44 Stelton Rd., Suite 305, Piscataway, NJ 08854. Phone: 732/752-7221. Fax: 732/752-1465
Jobs With Justice,
1030 St. Georges Avenue, Suite 304, Avenel, NJ 07001. Phone: 732/750-5580. Fax: 732/750-4743