Greetings to everyone in St. Louis who met and joined with CMA-related efforts (see the left column for a taste of some of the efforts we've done).
CMA had quite the conference. Our table was well-received, and the media monitoring action clinic which CMA helped organized was packed to overflowing. Details about the workshop, including a mailing list and links to webpages and photos, will be forthcoming soon.
CMA also got two mentions in The Future of Media, the book published about the first National Conference for Media Reform.
More to come...
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