New technologies have made media ubiquitous. Traditional media outlets are no longer the sole news and information gatherers and distributors. Today citizens have the ability to build their own interactive broadcasting and information distribution networks. Despite this, much of the content that circulates within the Indonesian mediascape is centralized around particular issues, geographical locations and social groups. New media technologies which position citizens as media producers have the ability to break through these centralizing barriers. This topic supports ideas that advance the way platforms, tools and services promote local content that represents excluded voices and a diversity of perspectives.