McChesney talk in Naperville is cancelled

Posted by Mitchell - January 27, 2004 (entry 138)

Robert McChesney, author of "Rich Media, Poor Democracy" and a leader in the media reform movement, was scheduled to give a talk in Naperville this evening, January 27. We've received the unfortunate news that Robert McChesney has been snowed in downstate, and will not be arriving as scheduled. As a result, the talk he was scheduled to give this evening has been cancelled. (The talk will hopefully be rescheduled sometime in the spring. We will of course pass along word of details of the rescheduling when we learn about them.) Please notify anyone who was planning to attend.

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