Liberation News Service
Founded in 1967, by two New England college students, Liberation News Service, an alternative news agency, issued twice-weekly packets aimed at providing inexpensive images, articles, and art reflecting a countercultural outlook. First from its office in Washington, D.C., and then from NYC, LNS provided underground and college papers around the globe with radical and unconventional coverage of the war in Vietnam, global liberation struggles, American politics, and the cultural revolution. Its readership was estimated to be in the millions.
Photos of LNS staff and offices (under copyright, use for research purposes only)