April 8, 2011

THE NATIONAL Conference for Media Reform starts today and runs through early afternoon on Sunday, April 10th. This conference discusses the future of media, technology and democracy. It is a gathering of activists, media makers, educators, journalists, artists and policymakers in sessions about journalism and public media; technology and innovation; policy and politics; arts and culture; social justice and movement building; plus how-to-workshops and hands-on trainings.

Here is a sampling of some of the sessions - "Mobile Democracy: Your Phone is Political;" "Putting the 'Public' Back in Public Airwaves;" "Creating and Sustaining Citizen Journalism" and much more.

If you don't have time to tune in all day (and who does?), view a schedule of the sessions here.

We invite you to watch the conference below - thanks to Free Speech TV.

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