New multimedia feature on AlterNet

We're proud to announce a partnership with Air America Radio's excellent show, RadioNation with Laura Flanders, this week. We'll be featuring the weekly hour-long podcast of the show each Wednesday here on AlterNet, handily available in our multimedia section.

In case you're unfamiliar with the show, I can't say enough good things about it. Host Laura Flanders, a heroine of the progressive movement with books like "Bushwomen" and "The W Effect," cuts through the rhetoric and "talks directly to the activists, newsmakers and artists who are making change." That ain't just marketing talk folks, that's the truth.

Check out this week's episode to get started, and keep an eye out each Wednesday for a new show. Not to be missed!

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