What responsibility does the new information infrastructure have to the phblic good and to the advancement of democratic ideals? Every new communications technology this century has spawned a debate over its obligations to the public interest. Should legislation or regulation make possible a non-profit "green space" on line similar to public radio or television?
To discuss these questions, join:
Moderator, Marray Horwitz, Vice President of Cultural Programming, National Public Radio; Kathy Bushkin, Co-founder, The Stargazer Foundation [invited]; Paul Hyland, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility; Cheryl A. Leanza, Deputy Director, Media Access Project; Anthony Wilhelm, Program Director, Communications Policy, Benton Foundation.
Seating is limited for this event. Please RSVP promptly to 202-783-5277.
The program will be held at National Public Radio, 635 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C.
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