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Human Rights Film Series 2009 Brainstorming

What human rights films have you seen lately that were particularly moving? We're looking for ideas!Read more...

Outraged Librarians and Fair Use

At the New York Metro Library Council’s Digital Dilemmas conference, librarians (mostly from higher ed) gathered to puzzle out how to meet the needs of scholars who increasingly are everywhere but the library—even online. Read more...

Knight Pulse Talks to Jessica Clark on the Future of Public Media

Check out Future of Public Media Director Jessica Clark's interview with Knight Pulse's Kristen Taylor about the Center's latest publication, Public Media 2.0: Dynamic, Engaged Publics. Read more...

AP Partners with Media Non Profits

As noted in our white paper Public Media 2.0: Dynamic Engaged Publics, the rise of web 2.0 interactivity brings dramatic developments to the field of media. If media outlets don't begin to use more participatory models, they run the risk of extinction. The same is true for not only public media but traditional media outlets as well. In order to address the decline in high quality journalism, the Associate Press has partnered with media non profits to extend its breadth of investigative reporting. Read more...