In preparation for The Civics and Media Project Workshop 3 on Thursday, 19 November 2015, the McGuinness Institute has created slides Exploring print media 1875 – 2015 with the front pages of The Evening Post, The Dominion and The Dominion Post every 15 years on 30 June. This will be displayed at the workshop to encourage discussion and help develop ideas about where we see news media in 2030.
Below is the Exploring print media PowerPoint, which is also available on the Civics and Media website.
Workshop 3 will be held in Wellington at the Royal Society on Thursday, 19 November 2015. It will involve collecting ideas in the morning from a diverse range of speakers and then working in self-selected groups in the afternoon to develop a workshop booklet that proposes a way forward. See below for the interactive template of the workshop booklet.
If you are interested in attending workshop 3, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Civics and Media Project
The purpose of The Civics and Media Project is to inform and encourage public discourse and engagement regarding civics and media, with the ultimate aim of informing decisions by individuals, industry and institutions across society. The project is an initiative the Institute is working on with Victoria University of Wellington, the University of Auckland, New Zealand On Air, the Royal Society of New Zealand, and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. To learn more see the website.
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