NAMLE President Sherri Hope Culver was a panelist discussing “Access to Information and Skills”, one of three panels conducted at the Newseum in Washington, DC as part of the release of the Knight Commission Report on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy. In “Informing Communities: Sustaining Democracy in the Digital Age” the Commission offers 15 policy measures to help Americans meet their local information needs.
Andrea Ellis – candidate for at-large director Training & Outreach Specialist, Arlington Independent Media My first experience with NAMLE was when it was the Alliance for a Media Literate America.As […]
March 22: Deadline for electronic submission of applications for the Board of Directors (midnight) April 1: A list of candidates and their statements posted to the Election Bulletin Board on […]
2009 MLM Awards Longhouse Media, Tracy Rector and Annie Silverstein Newshour with Jim Lehrer, Media Unit & Extra Unit, Jeffrey Brown, Senior Media Correspondent, Leah Clapman, Extra Editor IFC (Independent Film Channel) – […]
The International Film Channel is bringing its journalism documentary series back for a second campaign, and NAMLE is joining again as a partner.
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