Industry Ears

"A New Generation Think Tank Dedicated to Promoting Justice in media"

WHO ARE WE

A consortium of entertainment and broadcast industry professionals with more than 60 years of experience dedicated to revealing truth and promoting justice in media.

icon

A CALL TO CONSCIOUSNESS

"Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard, solid thinking. There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions. Nothing pains some people more than having to think."

--Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

icon

Media watch...


Understanding the impact of media images.

Corporate media rarely thinks about our children.

icon

Industry Ears Media Watch Dog


Control Your Media!

icon

Featured Articles

Mountain dumps Lil Wayne

Mountain dumps Lil Wayne By Paul Porter You heard it here first! RapRehab has confirmed that Mountain Dew has ended there relationship with Lil

An Open Letter to PepsiCo regarding Mountain Dew ad

An Open Letter to PepsiCo regarding Mountain Dew ad It is an unfortunate truth that in the 21st century world of advertising, African Americans often continue to be portrayed

Radio Station Pulls Rick Ross and Lil Wayne from Rotation

Radio Station Pulls Rick Ross and Lil Wayne from Rotation The questions have been asked, Is Hip Hop Music Destroying America, Is Hip Hop A Threat To Our Children or

Twitter Connect

Featured Media


More Media

Follow

Learn

The Civil Rights Case that Transformed Television

The power of the public ...
The landmark WLBT civil rights case set the precedent for public participation in the FCC rule-making process.

The 1964 case gave citizens the right to petition the Commission on matters of concern to them. Prior to WLBT, the right to petition the FCC was limited to commercial businesses.

RapRehab.com

Take Action

Broadcasters use public airwaves, so by law their first priority must be to serve in the best interest of the public.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) states, "it is illegal to broadcast sexually explicit content between the hours of 6am and 10pm."

It is our duty according to the United States Constitution to hold broadcasters and the FCC accountable for the law they should be abiding and enforcing.