Media, technology, and democracy come together at the National Conference for Media Reform April 8-12, 2011. The conference is all about sharing ideas between activists, journalists, educators, policymakers and others who want to move the media—and our world—forward.
Sessions include the topics of journalism and public media; technology and innovation; policy and politics; arts and culture; and social justice and movement building.
Presenters include House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, FCC Commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Michael Copps, Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz, Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman, Tony Award-winning playwright and performer Sarah Jones, and many others.
Learn more about the National Conference for Media Reform 2011.
- Read more about the importance of democratic media.
- Words Matter: How Media Can Build Civility or Destroy It
The media can, as we know, promote fear, hatred, and extremism. Can they also lead us to greater civility and more productive debate?
- Truth in Journalism
Canada has a law against lying on the news. Why doesn't the United States?