Ellen Hume, research director of the Center for Future Civic Media, discussed public media at prospect.org with Jessica Clark of American University, Kinsey Wilson of NPR, Rey Ramsey of One Economy, and Sascha Meinrath of the New America Foundation.
How are new media tools enabling a new kind of civic/ public culture?
This fall, MIT’s Center for Future Civic Media launched an ambitious new website civic.mit.edu.
Chris Csikszentmihalyi, of the MIT Media Lab and CMS’ sister group the Center for Future Civic Media, has announced the launch of the Landman Report Card.
The Obama campaign’s extensive deployment of digital media, especially its tech-savvy outreach to the young, was widely reported before the election. Some predicted that this digital advantage would make a decisive difference. Did it?
The new Center for Future Civic Media site, at civic.mit.edu, not only serves as the public face of C4 but also reflects its collaborative mission.
How have American news media responded to this historic presidential campaign?