News and Local Democracy Taping: September 6, 2003, Good Radio Shows,
Inc., along with KUNM and the New Mexico Media Literacy Project put on
a panel program at Albuquerque Academy. The program featured media analysts
and news professionals discussing the role local broadcast media play
in informing citizens so they can participate in the democracy (ALL PANEL
PHOTOS BY GREG JOHNSTON).
on Radio News included (from left) Bob McCannon of the New Mexico
Media Literacy Project, Marcos Martinez of public radio KUNM, in Albuquerque,
moderator Paul Ingles, Wally Dean of the Committee of Concerned Journalists
and Jayne Bower of WWJ, Newsradio 950 in Detroit.
the taping: Moderator
Paul Ingles (right) gives some instructions to (from left) Bob McCannon
of the New Mexico Media Literacy Project, Anthony Wilson of ABCTV11 in
Durham, Karen Foss from KSDK-TV in St.Louis, Marcos Martinez of public
radio KUNM, in Albuquerque, Jayne Bower of WWJ, Newsradio 950 in Detroit
and Wally Dean of the Committee of Concerned Journalists. Other photos
below include Bob and Anthony on the TV News Panel, Wally and Karen
on that same panel, Moderator Paul Ingles, the view from the crowd and
the view on stage. Over 150 people attended the taping. The resulting
program was made available to all public radio stations to broadcast.
More information at www.paulingles.com/democracy.shtml.