OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN Access Tucson started public access programming in 1984. At one time, Access Tucson was recognized throughout the country as being one of the best community TV stations in the nation. It has been a vehicle for producers to create and air shows for 30 years. Membership is free to Tucson citizens. Shows […]
OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN Prying documents from the cold dead hands of a faceless bureaucracy takes time—not less than six months—research skills, money, and, not to be discounted, aggression. If you don’t believe that effort is worth something, you need to listen to Arizona based reporter Beau Hodai, publisher of DBAPress.com and a journalist passionate for […]
OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN Beau Hodai is an Arizona-based investigative reporter writing for the national press. He made these comments on journalism to Norah Booth for occupiedtucsoncitizen.org OTC: From your perspective as a working investigative journalist, would you comment on the state of American journalism today? HODAI: There is a nexus between the logistical problems that […]
OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN A video about the proposed elimination of Access Tucson from the city budget and the selling of its building.
ZNET About a month ago I had a discussion with a prominent progressive media publisher. During our chat he told me he thought Z diverse progressive media institutions that aggregate content from around the internet routinely ignore Z content or reprint it only when they can link to it from somewhere other than Z. […]
OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN The Winter 2014 edition of the Occupied Tucson Citizen is now out with a print run of 10,000 copies. It is being distributed across Tucson and southern Arizona but we could always use your help. Stop by the Occupied Tucson office at the Global Justice Center at 225 E 26th Street to […]
OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN The third print edition of the Occupied Tucson Citizen has just come off the presses with a print run of 10,000 copies and is now being distributed across Tucson and southern Arizona. This issue features the third of our series of irreverent profiles of Tucson’s One Percent, in this case Raytheon Missle […]