'Media and Civic Engagement' will feature leading voices on the role of modern media and reporting in political engagement and social justice activism. Journalists will discuss how civic media and digital tools are strengthening democratic efforts in America and abroad.
Jennifer Preston (http://www.nytimes.com/), Staff Writer, New York Times, @nyt_jenpreston (https://twitter.com/nyt_jenpreston) Matthew Keys (http://www.reuters.com/), Deputy Social Media Editor, Reuters, @ProducerMatthew (https://twitter.com/producermatthew) Steve Waldman (http://www.fcc.gov/info-needs-communities), Author, FCC Report "Information Needs of Communities" & Belief.Net Co-Founder, @stevenwaldman (https://twitter.com/stevenwaldman) Sarah Barlett (http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/), Director, CUNY J-School Urban Reporting Program, @cunyjschool (https://twitter.com/cunyjschool) This panel will be moderated by Mark Anthony Thomas (http://www.citylimits.org), Director, City Limits, @workandprogress (https://twitter.com/workandprogress)
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