We are the New York Megaphone. We have a great media vehicle, in print and email. We are printing 100,000 full color copies of this infamous maverick newspaper. We go way beyond the confines of the corporate media.
We take a stand against US government corruption, and the influence of big money in politics. We have an active email list of 45,000.
We promote and support important independent journalism: free speech issues in an age of corporate media censorship, new paths to peace in the Middle East, and the Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, for examples.
The Megaphone was originally published from 2005 to 2008 by a team of “Citizen journalists” as a part of the Vox Pop coffeehouse in Brooklyn. We broke important stories on local and Federal government corruption, and public health issues.
We are part of the new national movement, where new political candidates sweep out old calcified American political corruption. We support the candidacies of progressives like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Publisher Sander Hicks has won awards for his business and publishing ventures. Hicks is nationally known for his courageous stand and confrontations with Rudy Giuliani, Dick Cheney, and the Shreveport FBI. He is relaunching the Megaphone in 2018 in order to get the truth out there, make the case for Impeachment of the US President, and contribute to a grassroots movement that is serious about deep economic and social change.
Reporting on the Earth Crisis, in past issues.
Build your business!
We want to use the Megaphone to help grow select small businesses.
The new Megaphone offers a great opportunity to small businesses in NYC to advertise, at a fraction of the costs of other papers. Our debut re-launch issue will be 100,000 print run, full color, and our ad rate sheet offers incredible value.
We will always follow-up the ad sale, and produce live events for our advertisers to meet our readers, and help network. Advertising in the New York Megaphone will bring you new business and we will work hard to make sure that that happens.