Conference Archive

At the National Conference for Media Reform, activists from around the country get inspired about ways to change the media and build a better democracy. Our conference truly has it all: hands-on workshops, speeches, networking opportunities — even dance-offs.

Over the years we’ve compiled hundreds of hours of audio and video and we’re working to make the archives available to you.

Right now you can view the complete archives from the 2011 conference in Boston.

You can also learn about previous conferences and get answers to FAQs.

Boston at a Glance

(1) Free Press President and CEO Craig Aaron kicks off the 2011 conference and hits home with the message that everyday Americans can change the media and change the world.

(2) Democracy Now! co-host Amy Goodman delivers a rousing speech about the critical role independent media outlets serve.

(3) ColorLines publisher Rinku Sen delivers an inspiring speech about the need for a racially aware media reform movement.

Check out other presentations in our video archive.

People + Policy

= Positive Change for the Public Good

people + policy = Positive Change for the Public Good