Meet the exhibitors at the National Conference for Media Reform.

January 20, 2007 | By | 1 Reply More

For the past week, I have been posting information I’ve learned from the National Conference for Media Reform in Memphis (January 12-14). This post is yet another in that series.

One of my favorite parts of the conference was the exhibit hall. There, I met dozens of exhibitors, representatives of organizations dedicated to alternative media and other media issues.

I decided to spend some time interviewing many of these exhibitors. I hope you will be impressed, as I was, by the exhibitors’ enthusiasm and dedication to numerous critically important media issues.

I certainly learned a lot by talking to these people. For those of you who are interested in pursuing media issues further, these videos will give you many links to worthy organizations. Of course, as another a starting point, consider visiting the site of Free Press, where you will find videos of all the major speeches. You will also find numerous suggestions for A) taking action to stop big media, B) preserve equal access to the Internet and C) to promote media reform.

Due to technical limitations of YouTube (most videos may not exceed ten minutes), I have broken my interviews into three separate segments. The first segment involves the following exhibitors:

In the video immediately below, you can see my interviews with the following exhibitors:

In this final segment, you’ll hear from the following exhibitors:

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Category: American Culture, Communication, Consumerism, Entertainment, Media, Politics

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Erich Vieth is an attorney focusing on consumer law litigation and appellate practice. He is also a working musician and a writer, having founded Dangerous Intersection in 2006. Erich lives in the Shaw Neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, where he lives half-time with his two extraordinary daughters.

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  1. Dan Klarmann says:

    Erich: Good job. But at first sight, I thought that every org name this post cites be links to their sites. Just a suggestion.

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