JUST MEDIA: LA Media Reform Summit 2011
- Does the media tell your story fairly, if at all?
- Are you happy with the coverage of issues you care about?
- Does mainstream media inform you or distract you?
- How do we use the media to bring about change?
If you are as concerned that our democracy is being undermined by the media, that communities are being harmed by the lack of coverage of local issues by mainstream media, and that diverse groups lack access to the media, now is the time to act.
LA Media Reform Summit 2011 Details
Date: Saturday, February 26, 2011
Time: 11:30 am – 5: 00
Location: Occidental College
Goals for the Summit
- Educate, motivate, and organize for better and more diverse media at the local and national level.
- Help non-profits, community activists and others who are passionate about a cause get their message out.
- Build a broader network of Los Angeles organizations, agencies and individuals working for a democratic and just media system.
Each workshop will last approximately 75 minutes in length and can include some or all of the following:
- Moderators to help facilitate discussions
- Speakers and/or panelists
- Hands on and practical learning techniques
- Open Forums/Interactive discussions
Workshop Topics: Potential workshop topics can include but are NOT limited to the following:
- Net neutrality
- Social media for non-profits
- Implications of recent Supreme Court and FCC decisions
- How to publish your own news
- Blogging for social change
- Low power radio
- The role of ethnic and community newspapers
- Traditional versus citizen journalism
How to submit a workshop proposal:
or download a form to fax or mail.
Fax: 323-259-2734 Attn: Amanda
Attn: LA Media Summit 2011
1600 Campus Road, MS M1
Los Angeles, CA 90041
If you have any questions regarding your submission, please contact us at 323-259-2759 or firstname.lastname@example.org