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Friday, August 19 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Community Engagement Strategies for Community Media

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Community Engagement is a process by which organizations and people build ongoing, lasting relationships in order to apply a collective vision for the benefit of a community. In this panel, we’ll see real life examples of how community engagement strategies can create better media. Learn ways to bring about change within your organization by building a culture that meets the needs, is responsive to, and is involved in dialog with communities.

Speakers
avatar for Fiona Morgan

Fiona Morgan

Journalism Program Director, Free Press
At ACM, I'll be talking about Free Press' News Voices project in New Jersey, a pilot project in community engagement around journalism. I lead deliberative dialogue between community members and reporters who serve them. I started my journalism career at Salon.com and was a staff writer at the INDY Week in Durham, NC, for 8 years before earning a Master of Public Policy degree at Duke in 2011. I'm working on a book about information gaps in... Read More →
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Al Williams

Executive Director, Northampton Community TV
P. Al Williams works at the intersection of community, art, and technology as Executive Director of Northampton Community Television - www.northamptontv.org - a forward-seeking community media organization whose projects include Paradise CIty Press, a community journalism and storytelling project; co-founding the Public VR Lab, an all new collaborative for public virtual reality literacy, production and the commons; Crowdsourced Cinema, in... Read More →


Friday August 19, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Grand Ballroom C

Attendees (70)