Beyond Broadcast with Nolan Bowie

May 12th, 2006


Nolan Bowie Berkman Center and Kennedy School fellow and adjunct lecturer, reminded the first panel that there are more illiterate people in the world than there are people who use the Internet. He asked them how public media can be truly public if it is only online. Berkman Center‘s Amanda Michel asked him whether today’s public media truly is ‘public,’ and, if it were, what it would look like.

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This interview was recorded at the Beyond Broadcast conference on May 12, 2006 at the Harvard Law School.

Attribution: Music from this episode of AudioBerkman was sampled from a track by cdk titled Travel (taking the high rhodes mix).

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