I could have posted this at the web subforum of media forum, however, indymedia is much bigger than the web..
"Indymedia Indymedia is a collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Indymedia is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of truth."
The above is from their homesite at indymedia.org.
From what i saw of it (i sometimes ran into one of their sites before), indymedia is a very strong organisation, truly democratic, often controversal (at least from the corporate point of view) and one of the biggest targets of the "other side of media" if i may say so, the media that is usually likely under the influcence or control by the governments and corporations.
If you just read this you'll know what i'm talking about.
Did you know about this network? Well, i believe it is the closest thing to the free culture news service we've been looking for, at least from the more general direction.
Still, libervis.com news project that is in works now (the "in the news" section serves as just a temporary hub) will actually be an effective feed of news from various free culture and free world related sites including indymedia. It will thus be automated, but highly efficient for everyone that wishes to see what is new from the "free world" of "free culture" all in one place. (Many thanks to Taco Buitenhuis). And of course, you'll be able to submit your news as well.. Stay tuned.
As for indymedia, i'm hoping to achieve some kind of partnership or collaboration with the network in the future. Any ideas?