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FCC Forum: Information Needs of Atlanta

December 1, 2011, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST
Georgia Tech Research Institute, 250 14th St, NW, Atlanta, GA

Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and Commissioner Michael J. Copps held a public forum on Georgia Tech’s campus in order to assess the needs of Georgia’s citizens in the current media landscape.

  • Hosted by Congressman John Lewis
  • Remarks by Commissioner Mignon Clyburn
  • Remarks by Commissioner Michael J. Copps
  • Public input and questions from the citizens of Atlanta

Panelists:

  • Eric Celeste
    Editor-in-Chief, Alternative Weekly Creative Loafing
  • Sage Crump
    Art is Change, Black Voices for Internet Freedom
  • Heather Gray
    President of Radio Free Georgia Broadcasting Foundation WRFG
  • Mo Ivory
    Director Political and Community Outreach, CBS Radio
  • Hank Klibanoff
    Former Managing Editor at AJC, Journalism professor at Emory University
  • Shawn McIntosh
    Public Editor for the Atlanta Journal Constitution
  • Denene Millner
    Former political reporter, creator of the blog Mybrownbaby.com
  • Ed Price
    Research Director-Interactive Media Technology Center at Georgia Tech
  • Joe Torres
    Author-News for All the People: The Epic Story of Race and the American Media
  • John Weatherford
    COO Public Broadcasting Atlanta

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