Why Media Diversity Matters: A National Town Hall Meeting in Washington, D.C., Denver, and Live Via Webcast
On June 29, 2007, author, commentator, and talk show host Tavis Smiley, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, The Leadership Conference President and CEO Wade Henderson, and other distinguished speakers participated in a one-of a-kind event on the importance of media diversity.
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What Was True in the 1960's is Still True Today
Wade Henderson - Introduction
Where's the Positive, Diverse Media?
- Where's the Positive, Diverse Media? (Real Player)
- Where's the Positive, Diverse Media? (Windows Media)
Lisa Fager, Leonard Baynes, Mark Lloyd
Polly Baca, Mayor John Hickenlooper, Alan O'Hashi
Workforce Diverse, but Not Media Industry
- Workforce Diverse, but Not Media Industry (Real Player)
- Workforce Diverse, but Not Media Industry (Windows Media)
Debbie Goldman, Kim Gandy
FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, Jim Winston
Who Owns the Media Matters
FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, Jim Winston, Wade Henderson
Questions & Answers
About The Education Fund Media and Communications Project
The Media and Communications Project was developed to help the national civil rights community play a central role in the policy debates shaping the nation’s media and communications landscape. At its core, communications policy is about equal opportunity and equal access to important local and national resources, such as education, health care, and economic equality.