The National Conference for Media Reform
January 12-14, 2007
Media reform is coming to Memphis!
Mark your calendar and make your reservations — registration for the 2007 National Conference for Media Reform is now open. This one-of-a-kind event will take place on January 12-14, 2007, in the home of the blues and birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll, Memphis, Tennessee.
|Join Bill Moyers, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Jane Fonda, Amy Goodman, Phil Donahue, Ben Bagdikian, Davey D, FCC Commissioners Michael Copps and Jonathan Adelstein, and many more for an unforgettable and inspiring weekend.||
Sign up now for the 2007 National Conference for Media Reform:
The 2007 National Conference for Media Reform is about broadening the movement and establishing the media as a viable political issue in America. This energizing weekend will present ideas and strategies for winning the fight for better media and connect you with thousands of media reformers from across the nation.
Rousing speeches, provocative films, and dozens of interactive panels and hands-on workshops will focus on media policy, media literacy and critique, independent and noncommercial media, media reform activism, and making the connection between civil rights, social justice and the media.
Don’t miss out. Register today.
The National Conference for Media Reform is an event for anyone who is concerned about the state of our media and committed to working for change. Come to connect, learn, share, and build the growing movement.
A better world begins with better media. And better media begin here.
Join us in Memphis.
See you in January,
P.S. Sign up before Oct. 31 to get the early-bird reduced rate (save $50!)
P.P.S. Check out the conference Web site for all the latest updates and information as well as highlights from the 2003 and 2005 events.