SEATTLE/LONDON – Media specialists are invited to participate in a groundbreaking new media project: ‘The People Media Project’, which according to its founder, aims at promoting a broader and more balanced understanding of global issues, conflicts and concerns.
The project has a diverse range of board members that include internationally-renowned intellectuals and activists such as Noam Chomsky, John Pilger, Vandana Shiva and Arun Gandhi.
Dedicated to dialogue, democratic discourse and the availability and viability of such values in today’s media, the project characterizes itself as the facilitator of productive communication between a large array of experts who represent diverse views – especially those often overlooked or discounted entirely by the media – and existing media channels.
The project promises utilizing the proficiency of hundreds of people in fields like democracy, human rights, politics, health, the environment, and others, to make possible a wider and more informative discourse about such issues.
The database on the website JustMedia.net will provide a conduit that enables scholars, experts and activists to present their profiles to media producers worldwide.
This aims to give theses experts access to the media in times where their particular expertise and knowledge in specific areas are needed.
Media producers would be able to find these individual profiles through the site JustMedia.net, or through daily press releases that pass on the profiles of individuals who may be able to comment on current events.
By subscribing to JustMedia.net, media producers will gain access to scores of scholars, activists and experts, while the latter would find opportunity to regularly share their views on crucial issues to broad audiences around the world.
JustMedianet is part of the ‘The People Media Project’, which according to the project’s website, aims to create a truly democratic and equitable platform for dialogue, debate and understanding.