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If you are interested in volunteering for the Center for Media and Democracy or helping with our three sites--PRWatch.org, SourceWatch.org, or BanksterUSA.org--we would love your help! We welcome volunteers in almost any area of our work or behind the scenes. If you have skills you'd like to contribute to fighting spin--writing, research, organizing, administration, graphics, IT, or event planning--please send us a note at this address: editor AT prwatch.org (replacing the AT with an @ symbol, of course).

There are also ways you can help fight spin and propaganda from the comfort of your own home!


SourceWatch is an online encyclopedia of people, issues and groups shaping the public agenda. It runs on "wiki" software, which means that anyone -- including you -- can contribute. There are a series of introductory pages, including a "welcome" for newcomers, editing instructions and frequently asked questions, to help you get started.

The philosophy behind SourceWatch is that an online community can research, track and report on influential people like Rupert Murdoch, issues like climate change, groups like the Heritage Foundation and the actions of public relations firms more accurately, thoroughly and rapidly than any individual person or organization could. Community members also strengthen SourceWatch by fact-checking, editing and updating others' contributions. The CMD team -- including Managing Editor Anne Landman -- is active in the SourceWatch online community.

If you enjoy doing research, reading the news and writing, we encourage you to add information and articles on areas of interest to you. The SourceWatch home page highlights articles from SourceWatch, PRWatch, and BanksterUSA. SourceWatch also has special clearing houses for information in the hot topics panel on the left side of the SourceWatch home page.