Media professionals, citizen journalists, community members and organizations will come to Laney College Tuesday, March 30 to discuss the making on a more inclusive, equitable new-media system.
The key topics are:
- Media Representation and Accountability
- Ownership and Diversity of Media Outlets
- Regulation, Policy and What’s at Stake for Communities (particularly regarding Net Neutrality and Digital Inclusion)
- Community Engagement in Shaping the New Media Landscape.
The Community Forum will lead up to the Journalism Innovations III conference in May. The conference brings together some of the brightest innovators and entrepreneurs in media to help define the future of the profession. This year’s conference will focuse on diversity of coverage, community engagement and addressing the digital divide.
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The forum will take place from 5-8 p.m. at Laney College. For more information, email TheBlackHour.com.