Recent articles on Media Reform, all in one convenient place!

January 30, 2007 | By | Reply More

If you’ve been following this blog for the past few weeks, you know that I attended the National Conference for Media Reform in Memphis Tennessee (Jan 12-14).  The conference, sponsored by Free Press, drew more than 3,500 participants.

Free Press offered a reduced admission fee to those who agreed to blog the conference.  I took them up on that offer and ended up posting repeatedly from (and about) the conference.  For anyone who would like to know about cutting edge issues in media reform, I did my best to report them. 

Now that my flurry of media reform posts is slowing, I decided to place the links to those posts in one spot—here—for anyone wanting to vicariously attend the conference: 

Nation Conference for Media Reform – Opening Shots

Dennis Kucinich on A) Media Reform and B) How Bush is Scaring the Republicans

Fighting for Air: The Battle to Control Media – Day 2 of the National Conference for Media Reform

Nation Conference for Media Reform – Plenary Speech by Bill Moyers

How to save the Internet: net neutrality (equal access)

National Conference for Media Reform – The Press at War and the War on the Press

Children and media policy

Media Reform Speech by FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein

Emerging research issues in media

Ed Markey: A good friend for each of us who believes in a vigorous First Amendment

Assembling democracy

Bloggers: Welcome to the downside of journalism!

Journalism quotes

Reporting on Iraq – from afar

Bill Moyers: “Big Media is Ravenous. It Never Gets Enough. Always Wants More. And it Will Stop at Nothing to Get It.”

Meet the exhibitors at the National Conference for Media Reform

Why we won’t solve any other major problem confronting the U.S. without media reform.

What is the future of newspapers?

Patriotism and asking good hard questions 

Today’s biggest story: Somebody won the Powerball jackpot! 


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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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