Forget Time magazine's Person of the Year. Who should be named Media Person of the Year in I Want Media's fifth annual online poll?
Which figure in the media industry inspired the most debate, sparked the most interest, left a lasting imprint?
An influential media CEO ... a crusading journalist ... a ground-breaking blogger? Here's an opportunity to take a look back at the year in media through some of its leading (and sometimes over-the-top) personalities.
Include a brief explanation as to why the person you nominate deserves to be recognized. Your comments may be posted on the site.
The online-only poll opens Monday, Nov. 27, 2006. Be sure to check back to cast your vote.
Who Should be the 2006 Media Person of the Year?
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