Craig Aaron

senior program director, Free Press

Craig Aaron is senior program director of Free Press, a national media reform group, where he leads all program, public advocacy, and communications work, including the SavetheInternet.com and SaveTheNews.org campaigns. He works in the Washington office and speaks often on media, Internet and journalism issues. His commentaries appear regularly in the Guardian and the Huffington Post. He recently edited and co-authored the book Changing Media: Public Interest Policies for the Digital Age. Before joining Free Press, he was an investigative reporter for Public Citizen’s Congress Watch, where he helped create and launch WhiteHouseforSale.org. Craig was also managing editor of In These Times magazine and is the editor of the book Appeal to Reason: 25 Years In These Times.

Craig Aaron is senior program director of Free Press, a national media reform group, where he leads all program, public advocacy, and communications work, including the SavetheInternet.com and SaveTheNews.org campaigns. He works in the Washington office and speaks often on media, Internet and journalism issues. His commentaries appear regularly in the Guardian and the Huffington Post. He recently edited and co-authored the book Changing Media: Public Interest Policies for the Digital Age. Before joining Free Press, he was an investigative reporter for Public Citizen’s Congress Watch, where he helped create and launch WhiteHouseforSale.org. Craig was also managing editor of In These Times magazine and is the editor of the book Appeal to Reason: 25 Years In These Times.

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SavetheInternet.com