Monday, September 17, 2007

His Music, Your Freedom

The Student Press Law Center has launched an innovative fundraising campaign called "Your Voice, Your Freedom" that encourages individual students and student groups to create fundraisers to benefit the center.

Michael Koretzky, a member of the SPLC Advisory Council Steering Committee and adviser to the University Press at Florida Atlantic University, has taken on the challenge by creating his own fundraising scheme, "My Music, Your Freedom."

The deal: Give $10 to the SPLC and get $20 in music and magazines.

Koretzky, managing editor of JAZZIZ, the world's largest jazz magazine, will give you a free copy of the magazine and a jazz, blues or world-music CD (still in its original shrink wrap).

If you're a College Media Advisers member, he'll double the offer and send you two CDs. (Just make sure to remind him of your membership after you donate.) Who knows? If you tell him you saw it on The Student Newspaper Survival Blog he might just give you the same deal!

1 comment:

reporter said...

Check out one school's response to the Your Voice, Your Freedom campaign. We raised over $400!