The campaign 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting has some good news and a gift of thanks:
Thanks to you, the majority of federal funding for public broadcasting was preserved during the 2011 budget debate.
As a token of our gratitude, 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting and Anti-records are releasing RAISE YOUR VOICE! Sixteen free tracks from some of your favorite musicians – available only to advocates for public broadcasting for a limited time.
How can you download your free album?
Visit RYVoice.org and enter your contact information – then follow the downloading instructions on your screen. (Yes, we already have your contact info, but we still need you to enter your email address and zip to set up the download properly. We won’t send you any duplicate emails – promise!)
Invite your friends through Facebook and Twitter to join our campaign and download their free album as well! The 2012 budget debate in Washington will be a tough fight, and we need as many advocates to join us in support of public broadcasting.
RAISE YOUR VOICE! features artists who love public broadcasting and want to give back, including: Tom Waits, Wilco, Neko Case, Booker T. Jones, Man Man, Frank Turner, Mavis Staples, Jolie Holland, William Elliott Whitmore, Tinariwen, Lost in the Trees, Sean Rowe, Dr. Dog, Joe Henry, Marketa Irglova and Devotchka.
Thank you to Anti-records and these amazing recording artists for their contributions to the 170 Million Americans campaign!
Thank you, again, for being a part of our campaign to support a strong public media in America.