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MIT COMMUNICATIONS FORUM — SPRING EVENTS (2008)

In Event, New Media on February 12, 2008 at 5:26 pm

 <http://web.mit.edu/comm-forum/forums/prime-time_transition.html>                                                                                  prime time in transition
writer-producers on the history and current direction of series television
howard gordon, 24, buffy the vampire slayer, the x files
barbara hall, women’s murder club,
,judging amy, joan of arcadia
john romano, third watch, party of five, hill street blues
march 6 5-7 p.m., bartos theater

global television have programs aimed at global audiences begun to replace traditional forms
of national television?
eggo m?ller, utrecht univ.
roberta pearson, univ. of nottingham
william uricchio, mit
march 13 3-7 p.m., bartos theater
 <http://web.mit.edu/comm-forum/forums/our_world_digitized.html>                                                                                   our world digitized: the good, the bad, the ugly visionary and skeptical perspectives on the promise and perils of
the internet era
yochai benkler, harvard law school
cass sunstein, univ. of chicago law school
april 10 5-7 p.m.,  bartos theater

 <http://web.mit.edu/comm-forum/forums/youth_civic_engagement.html>                                                                      youth and civic engagement has unprecedented access to information changed young people’s understanding
of democracy?
lance bennett, univ. of washington
ian v. rowe, mtv
april 24
5-7 p.m.,  bartos theater
For more information:   <http://web.mit.edu/comm-forum/>

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