CPBF Events This Week
Media for all? The challenge of convergence
Saturday 31 October
School of Pharmacy, 29 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AX, from 10.00am – 5.00pm.
(nearest tube Russell Square)
A major international conference on the future of media organised by the Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom.
John Nichols, journalist with The Nation and one of the founders of the US Free Press Media Reform movement.
Alexander Stille, author of The Sack of Rome, an analysis of Silvio Berlusconi’s role in Italian media and politics.
Other speakers include Andrew Currah, Ray Fitzwater, Bob Franklin, Alison Harcourt, Kathrine Sarikakis,
Attendance costs: Not for profit organisations and trades unions £25; individuals £20; students, unwaged or retired people £10.
Book online at: http://www.cpbf.org.uk/index_conf.html or email: firstname.lastname@example.org by phone 0208 521 5932 or by post:
CPBF, 23 Orford Road, Walthamstow, London E17 9NL. Cheques payable to the CPBF.
Plus our pre-Conference meeting
The miners’ strike and politics today
Friday 30 October, 7.00pm
School of Pharmacy, 29 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AX
Tony Benn, John Nichols, Marc Valle and Paul Lewis.
Showing Ken Loach Which Side Are You On?
Plus premier performance of Embedded with the bankers; the media and the financial crisis by Banner Theatre Group
Admission £5. Booking as detailed above or pay at the door.