Media Minutes: December 23, 2005

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Media Minutes: December 23, 2005

TV stations in Chicago and Milwaukee face license renewal this year, and citizen media watchdogs are using the opportunity to protest their shoddy news coverage. Project Censored says increasing government secrecy was the top underreported news story of 2005. And new faces can be expected on the Federal Communications Commission in 2006.

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