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Eric Kluitenberg on Fri, 14 Nov 2003 00:46:40 +0100 (CET)

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[Nettime-nl] Fwd: de Balie, Friday night! Stories from the Homeland

Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 21:15:18 +0100
From: Richard Rogers <rogers {AT} hum.uva.nl>
Subject: de Balie, Friday night! Stories from the Homeland

Please circulate

All-American Issues: Seven Stories from the Homeland

Friday, 14 November 2003
de Balie, Amsterdam
20u. (8pm)

17 Media advocates and academics

show infographics and a short video clip

as they share their

Seven Stories from the Homeland --

1. Who doesn't believe in Bush Lies? (Fox News)

2. The Iraq War was inevitable. Exploring inevitability as a U.S. media format.

3. Trying to be less American (Ourmedianet.org).

4. Minority Media Ownership - Mobilizing the U.S. 
Constitution & the Census to 'own' media.

5. ICTs - What the rest of the world does.

6. Making the spectrum into a U.S. issue.

7. Enron never dies?

and North Korea (time and attention permitting)

Presentations hosted by

Richard Rogers, Media Studies, University of Amsterdam
Noortje Marres, Philosophy, University of Amsterdam

with the News about Networks workshop special 
guests (http://www.issuenetwork.org)

Johannes Bauer, Michigan State University (Spectrum)

Zachary O'Connor Devereaux, University of Alberta (North Korea)

Marieke van Dijk, Anderemedia.nl (InfoGraphics)

Greg Elmer, Florida State University (Enron)

Richard Grusin, Wayne State University (Inevitability as format + Bush Lies)

Don Hazen, Alternet.org (Moveon.org + Bush Lies)

Astrid Mager, University of Vienna (All stories)

Andrei Mogoutov, Ecole des Mines (All stories)

Mister Philips, Consumers Union (Minority Media Ownership)

Bart Preecs (aka Chuck Dill), Free TV 4 ever (Spectrum)

Kristin Shamas, Ourmedianet.org (Ourmedianet)

Catherine Somzé, Govcom.org (All)

Christine Stearn, Npower, New York (ICTs and the rest of the world)

Auke Touwslager, Anderemedia.nl (InfoGraphics)

Andres Zelman, Scientist (Textual Analysis)
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