SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION
LATINO MEDIA CONFERENCE II:
Innovative Communication Within and Across Communities
Saturday, October 15, 2011, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Dempster Hall, South Campus
Admission is free.
The second in a series of working conferences designed to explore the challenges facing local Latino media on Long Island and strategize ways to build integrated relationships by taking a look at the economic sustainability of local media; media representation and community participation in local media; civic journalism; social media and community engagement; and the role of local media in creating a viable public sphere in the growing Latino community.
Keynote Speaker: Juan Gonzalez, two-time Polk Award-winning journalist
Columnist, New York Daily News
Co-host, Democracy Now
Former President, National Association of Hispanic Journalists
Presented in conjunction with the Hofstra Cultural Center, Latin and Caribbean Studies Program, Center for Civic Engagement, and the National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Latino Media Conference is supported in part by the Tribune New York Foundation.