Wednesday, May 11, 2005


My bags are (almost) packed and I'm just about off to the National Conference for Media Reform in St. Louis. The program looks great and the website is reporting that they're completely booked, in terms of capacity/registrations. Apparently, they'll be posting MP3s of the panels, etc. which is a nice bonus for those of you who can't attend. It will be interesting (and exciting) to be at a non-academic, explicitly activist-oriented conference.

And then after that, the following weekend is our much smaller conference, which covers many of the same issues: Media Ownership: Research and Regulation sponsored by the new Center for Film, Television, and New Media here at UCSB. (The conference itself, though, will be downtown at Victoria Hall, part of their effort to engage beyond the walls of academe.)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you attend this panel discussion?
It is archived, so you can listen to it.
this panel discussion.

12:29 AM  
Blogger Molly Moloney said...

I had had plans to attend it-- I remember thinking it was the first of three Saturdays in a row that I'd be at potentially great talks/conferences on media/ownership issues (the 2nd two being the St. Louis conference and the 1 day SB conference)-- but then wasn't able to go. So, thanks for the pointer to the (streaming) audio version of it!

8:34 AM  

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