Although this site is mostly about a new film entitled, Deceptions, I liked this segment the most because we as working people need, as a prerequisite to taking back power, to take back access to information away from corporate media giants.
Citizen journalism (also known as "public", "participatory", "democratic", "guerrilla" or "street journalism" is the concept of members of the public "playing an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analyzing and disseminating news and information." (Wikipedia)While at the site you may want to check out the film, which is about to be released, but only to schools and theaters only. They, however, have made it available for viewing on this site by breaking it up into seven segments which you can watch on your computer. Each segment is around 12 minutes. I've sampled some of the segments and can't say that I have learned anything that I didn't already know. They present alarming information that has been presented many times before.
Also, I am not fond of an "evil doer" way of looking at contemporary economic, political, or historical events. I insist on looking closely at the system of capitalism which, by its nature, produces so many sociopaths that rise, like scum, to the surface of power structures.