The Media Justice Fund of the Funding Exchange explores the changing landscape in its new journal, Imagining the (UN)Thinkable: Community Media Over the Next Five Years. This collection of essays pushes the boundaries of current research on media policy and provides critical information on the potential power of the internet, radio, and community-access TV to enhance social justice movements. Written from perspectives of people of color, low-income people, women and other marginalized communities, the report offers useful tools and strategies for media justice advocates.
An extremely US-centric publication, but it does have some interesting thoughts on the use of the internet and web for social activism. Download the full report here.