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2003 Democratic Media Award For Scoop

Dear Esteemed Colleague,

Once again Scoop has been chosen by our panel of progressive writers and distinguished readers as an outstanding democratic, independent media. We are pleased to send you the 2003 Democratic Media Award.

With more than half of the U.S. population using the Internet, public awareness of the importance of independent media such as yours is increasing. By prominently displaying your award, you help build public awareness of the global movement for integrity in reporting. We encourage you also to link your sunflower award symbol to the one of the best Independent Media Resource rosters, where your publication appears as an esteemed member:

http://www.goodwriters.net/dmr2.html

Your award implies no obligation other than your continued commitment to serving the public interest and your recognition that a truly free press is the indispensable water that keeps the Tree of Democracy growing and alive.

We congratulate you on your important work.

Sincerely,

Viktoria Vidali
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