Voting Open for Workshops at the National Conference for Media Reform
Oct 11, 2012
It is time to VOTE (no not the voting on November 6th, or earlier if your State allows it, but we hope you will do that too)! Voting has just opened for workshops at the National Conference for Media Reform. – the NCMR is held every couple of years so this is a big deal. The next one is in Denver, CO April 5-7, 2013.
The Newspaper Guild and NABET-CWA have submitted 4 workshop ideas and we hope to get enough votes so that we get to present them! That is where you come in, you can register and vote, then tweet, Facebook and forward until we get enough votes to be WINNERS! (Winning doesn’t guarantee the workshops get on the schedule, but it sure helps).
So please, register (it only takes your name and email address) then vote for each of our proposed workshops. You can wander around the great list of possible workshops, and vote – or if you want cut to the chase, register and click on these links to vote for each one!
Register, then vote!
Journalism and Public Media (on page 5 of 7)
David vs. Goliath: How the Little Guy Can Save Journalism
Policy and Politics (on page 1 of 5)
Covert Consolidation of Local TV News, Media Concentration, Expanding Opportunities for People of Color and Women and What You Can Do About It
Social Justice and Fight for Media Equality (on page 2 of 7)
Hispanic Media -- the Brown-Out Report Returns, Hate Speech Grows!
Social Justice and Fight for Media Equality (Page 5 of 7)
Labor Unions in the Media: Why You Can't See What Is There
Voting is open until October 26, so vote early, vote often, and send this along to friends, co-workers, tweet, post it to Facebook, and help us get votes to support our workshops. Then plan to join us in Denver, April 5-7, 2013.