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We Media Presentation | Crafting Policy for Public Media 2.0, Jessica Clark, Center for Social Media

What policies will need to be passed in order to support dynamic, participatory public media? This caucus at the We Media '09 conference brought John Boland and Sara DeWitt of PBS together with Jessica Clark of CSM and Nathaniel James of the Media and Democracy Coalition together to discuss emerging opportunities.

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We Media Presentation | Crafting Policy for Public Media 2.0, Jessica Clark, Center for Social Media

  1. 1. Crafting Policy for Public Media 2.0 ‣ Jessica Clark, Center for Social Media, AU ‣ Sara DeWitt, PBS KIDS Interactive ‣ John Boland, Chief Content Officer, PBS ‣ Nathaniel James, Media and Democracy Coalition
  2. 2. Public media 2.0 policy: ‣ Infrastructure ‣ Content ‣ Engagement Game Changers: ‣ New administration/stimulus ‣ New platforms/habits
  3. 3. New user habits: ‣ Choice ‣ Curation ‣ Conversation ‣ Creation ‣ Collaboration
  4. 4. Key areas to support: ‣ Creation/curation of original, relevant reporting and analysis ‣ Directly engaging publics around current issues—both online and off
  5. 5. Example: Public Radio Tuner http://www.publicradiotuner.com Example: Ushahidi on Al Jazeera http://labs.aljazeera.net/warongaza/
  6. 6. ‣ NOTE: create visual that demonstrates national network and new collaborative roles for stations www.futureofpublicmedia.net

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