2008 National Conference on Media Reform - Minneapolis, Minnesota June 6-8
From the mailbag, a press release for the National Conference for Media Reform:
It's an election year, and the problems with the media are clear -- just turn on your TV, and notice what's on...and what's not.
But how do we fix it? Where does change begin?
In Minneapolis on June 6-8, thousands of activists, journalists and policymakers will converge at the 2008 National Conference for Media Reform.
If you care about the state of the media, this is the one event you can't miss. Reduced-rate hotels and registration are limited. Sign up now.
If you don't know what an amazing event this is, consider this: The first conference brought 1,700 people to Madison, Wisconsin. Then 2,500 came to St. Louis. Last year, 3,500 gathered in Memphis. And June's event in Minneapolis is going to be even bigger and more exciting.
Bill Moyers, Dan Rather, Amy Goodman, Van Jones, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Senator Byron Dorgan, FCC Commissioners Michael Copps and Jonathan Adelstein and many more leaders and luminaries will join thousands of people from across the country for an inspiring and unforgettable weekend.
The conference will offer bold strategies, new ideas and concrete solutions toward building more diverse, independent media, stopping runaway media consolidation, saving the Internet, and much, much more.
Don't miss this special event. Register today, and we'll see you in June!
P.S. Need help registering? Call 877.888.1533, x210. Sign up by March 31 to get the early-bird reduced rate.
P.P.S. Check out the conference Web site for all the latest updates and to watch highlights from last year's amazing conference.