Follow up on this event's outcomes through the related Headlines linked below to or skip to the event data.
This event has passed.
Making Your Media Matter 2009
Ethics, Money and Mission
Center for Social Media
American University's Katzen Arts Center
4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20016
February 12th -13th 2009
The Center for Social Media invites established and aspiring filmmakers, non-profit communications leaders, funders, and students to our 5th annual Making Your Media Matter conference. This is a perfect opportunity to learn and share cutting-edge practices for creating media that matters.
Keynote speakers include: Gordon Quinn and George Stoney.
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12th
5:30 Introduction by School of Communication's Dean Larry Kirkman
5:40 Mini-keynote: George Stoney on ethics in social-issue film
6:00 Keynote: Gordon Quinn and the ethics of Cinema Verite
7:00 Social Media Showcase
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13TH
9:00 Registration, coffee/bagels, and demos
10:00 Welcome and Logistics
10:15 Panel: Money and Mission
11:50 Birds of a Feather Lunch
Birds of a Feather lunch allows you to sign up for a theme or issue you would like to discuss before the conference, network online with people who have similar interests, and meet for lunch to discuss that topic. You can both sign up for your BOF group or create a new one on our Making Your Media Matter networking site.
1:05 Panel: Outreach and Connection
2:30 Networking Break
3:00 Panel: Art, Ethics and Mission
- Media That Matters 2012
- Making Your Media Matter
- 2011 Media That Matters Conference
- Indiana University given $4M to study health IT ethics, law
- Study Finds Millennial Consumers Are Heavily Swayed By Ethics and Practices of Marketers
- The Future of E-rulemaking: Promoting Public Participation and Efficiency
- Just Media
- Free Press Summit: Ideas to Action
- The Health Blogoshpere
- DOD Releases Policy for Responsible and Effective Use of Internet-Based Capabilities
- Broadband Census for America
- 2009 Making Media Connections Conference
- Bridging the Digital Divide: Examining the Emerging Law of Cyberspace
- Sizing Up Food Marketing and Childhood Obesity
- YouTube and the 2008 Election Cycle in the United States