National Conference for Media Reform
National gathering dedicated to changing the media and building a better democracy.
Picture this: a room packed with thousands of people like you who care about changing the media and building a better democracy. Everyone’s on their feet after three days of amazing trainings, strategy sessions, workshops, debates, keynote speeches, evenings out on the town and parties — yes, parties!
People leave the conference with books signed by their favorite authors, photos of the people they’ve met, contact info for everyone they’ve swapped stories with, outreach strategies, new skills ... and countless memories gathered while rubbing shoulders with some of the nation’s best and brightest activists, media makers, journalists, policymakers, technologists and artists.
That’s a snapshot of the National Conference for Media Reform. Click hereto register for our conference in Denver on April 5–7, 2013.
To learn more about our previous conferences, click here.
Who Hosts the Conference?
Free Press runs and hosts the National Conference for Media Reform. We're building a powerful nationwide movement to change media and technology policies, promote the public interest and strengthen democracy. Free Press advocates for universal and affordable Internet access, diverse media ownership, vibrant public media and quality journalism. Learn more about Free Press.
For more information please visit: http://conference.freepress.net/ncmr-2013