Media Education Centre invites organizations, schools and other institutions working with media to nominate two young media enthusiasts 15-22 years old to participate during August 20th to 27th in Belgrade, Serbia. The young participants must be candidates as Student Filmmaker and Student Diplomat. This Summit will continue the work started in 2006, and will incorporate […]
We have a new, innovative and exciting job opening here at the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation in Miami: We are seeking a digital media maven who will create for Knight a vibrant online discussion community focused on journalism excellence, communities and issues of systemic change. The Online Community Manager will serve with […]
Second Annual Critical Race Studies in Education Conference “TOWARD A CRITICAL RACE PRAXIS IN EDUCATION AND SOCIAL LIFE” May 16-17, 2008 The University of Illinois at Chicago Critical race theorists have increasingly challenged the education community to more fully consider the processes, structures, practices and policies that create and promote persistent racial inequalities in education […]
The Unite for Child Survival Radio Drama Competition is an opportunity to help people pay attention, get involved, take creative action and unite to help children in their communities survive and thrive. Young people are invited to send in a written script for a radio drama. Radio scripts will be reviewed by an international panel […]
Through the generosity of Loreen Arbus, New York Women in Film and Television is offering a $2,500 scholarship for a woman with a physical disability who is studying film, television or communications in the Tri-State area. The funds may be used for tuition and fees for a college, university or established training program in the […]
A two-part Youth Media Educators Forum at NAMAC provides an opportunity for youth media educators to network, identify needs and discuss issues specific to the work of youth media educators.
A passionate baseball enthusiast and a devoted community advocate, Irene Tostado brings her Spanish, English, radio, and print journalism skills to Latino youth in Chicago and the immigration movement.
A report on how fair use can reduce copyright confusion for youth media and media literacy educators.
New pedagogical approaches in creating virtual spaces for young people to enter into global media discourse.
How alternative youth media can and must respond to mainstream news.