Saturday, July 25, 2009

Media for all? The challenge of convergence

A one day conference organised by the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom.

Saturday 31 October 2009 School of Pharmacy, 29-39 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AX
Registration and networking from 9 am. Conference 10 am - 5 pm.

The Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom presents an international conference on the challenge of achieving a high quality, diverse and democratic media with John Nichols, Ray Fitzwalter, Natalie Fenton, Arun Kundnani, Nick Jones, Sylvia Harvey, Tony Lennon, Carole Tongue, Andrew Currah, Bob Franklin, Alison Harcourt, Christine Payne, Jeremy Dear, Greg Philo, Graham Murdock, Alexander Stille and many more …

  • Media ownership and democracy in the age of convergence
  • The media as a public service?
  • Protecting and campaigning for high quality, diverse media in a digital age
Plus a wide variety of workshops.

Cost: Corporations £150, Not for profit and Trade Union organisations £25, Individuals £20, Concessions: students, unwaged, retired £10. 25% discount for bookings before 15th September

Book online at:

By post: CPBF, 23 Orford Road, London E17 9NL 0208 521 5932

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