Podcast
Image: Media Democracy Day 2017. Used with permission.
Victoria Fenner | Six-minute answers to the question, "Can society fix itself?" A collection of ideas from solutions-focused B.C. media-makers.
Podcast
Image: Media Democracy Day poster
Victoria Fenner | Media Democracy Day Keynote speech with Darin Barney and Angela Sterritt
News
Photo: Alex Tse
Tania Ehret | We need media democracy! Luckily Media Democracy Days were held this weekend where everything from the digital divide to the politics of representation were discussed.
Book Review
Paul Fontaine | The need for diversity of opinion in Canadian media is dire. Two books are a call to action for more voices in our media.
Book Review
Greg Macdougall | In Media Ecosystem, Antonio Lopez takes an ecological approach to media that both understands the world of media as an ecosystem, and connects media to the physical world.
Podcast
Needs No Introduction
Leif Larsen, Sarah Buchanan | MPs Elizabeth May, Hedy Fry and Libby Davies take part in the Media Policies for a Democratic Future panel at Media Democracy Day 2011.
Podcast
Needs no introduction, fresh ideas from speakers of note
Leif Larsen | During her keynote at 2011's Media Democracy Day Judy Rebick discussed the origin of rabble.ca and how technology has changed the face of activism over the past 10 years.
News
Siavash Rokni | Elizabeth May and Libby Davies describe how the job of reaching their constituents and passing on comment and information becomes difficult thanks to the concentration of mainstream media ownership.
Book Review
About Canada: Media
Peter Steven | In About Canada: Media, Dr. Peter Steven finds that the quality of our news and entertainment media is steadily declining, as well as becoming increasingly restricted and less diverse.
News
Tony Burman, formerly of the CBC and now the managing director of Al Jazeera English, gave the opening address at Media Democracy Day in Vancouver. Photo: Mola Shahsavari
Reilly Yeo | This year's Media Democracy Day in Vancouver testified to something every activist working for a more just world can use a reminder of: outrage and hopefulness are not mutually exclusive.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Watch Rafe Mair Opening Keynote at the 2009 Vancouver Media Democracy Day, Saturday November 7 at the Vancouver Public Library.