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Media Activists Join Forces to Preach Beyond the Choir

Sunday, April 17, 2011 By Susie Cagle, Truthout | News Analysis
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Editor's Note: The country's largest media reform conference, the National Conference on Media Reform 2011, was held in Boston on April 8-11, bringing together journalists, activists, educators and policy-makers.

Over three days, more than 2,000 people explored the future of journalism and public media, considered how technology is changing the media landscape, looked at the policies and politics which shape media and discussed strategies to build a better media.

Cartoonist Susie Cagle drew the event for Truthout.

Impact of the National Conference for Media Reform

Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle is a graphic journalist. She has written and drawn for theAtlantic.com, GOOD, American Prospect, AlterNet, the Awl, In These Times, Campus Progress, Cartoon Movement and many others on Occupy, crisis pregnancy centers, loan bubbles, and more. See more of her work at thisiswhatconcernsme.com and follow her on Twitter at @susie_c.


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Media Activists Join Forces to Preach Beyond the Choir

Sunday, April 17, 2011 By Susie Cagle, Truthout | News Analysis
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Editor's Note: The country's largest media reform conference, the National Conference on Media Reform 2011, was held in Boston on April 8-11, bringing together journalists, activists, educators and policy-makers.

Over three days, more than 2,000 people explored the future of journalism and public media, considered how technology is changing the media landscape, looked at the policies and politics which shape media and discussed strategies to build a better media.

Cartoonist Susie Cagle drew the event for Truthout.

Impact of the National Conference for Media Reform

Susie Cagle

Susie Cagle is a graphic journalist. She has written and drawn for theAtlantic.com, GOOD, American Prospect, AlterNet, the Awl, In These Times, Campus Progress, Cartoon Movement and many others on Occupy, crisis pregnancy centers, loan bubbles, and more. See more of her work at thisiswhatconcernsme.com and follow her on Twitter at @susie_c.


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