The Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania has been" the premier communication policy center in the country since its' founding in 1993". APPC’ conducts research in the areas of politics, campaign finance, children’s television, Internet privacy and the tone of discourse in Washington.
Frontline is a PBS series that examines issues in public affairs. Each program has a companion web site including a transcript, in-depth reports and view comments.
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Rand's research is "rigorous and objective" with an emphasis on public policy issues. Regardless of the research sponsor, work is free of commercial, partisan, and ideological bias. Their research is peer-reviewed by experts inside and outside of RAND.
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