Changing Media Discussion Guide
Publisher: Free Press, US
Date Written: 14/05/2009
Year Published: 2009
Resource Type: Article
The Summit Discussion Guide presents questions on the change in media from print to online sources. Questions include: What can we do to ensure open and affordable Internet services for everyone in America? How can we encourage new models for news that will support working journalists over the long term? How can new digital technologies expand the reach of public media? What roles should be played by the government, private industry and everyday citizens to build better media?
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