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LaborTech/Access 2004 Conference
Date Sunday April 04
Time 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Location Details
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
on the  Lower Level of Building #380(Slone), #420(Jordan Hall) in the Main Quad buildings
Event Type Conference
This conference will bring together labor video, computer and media people from throughout the country and around the world. It will be a critical arena for the development of labor©ˆs media in the battles ahead to make our voices heard. We know that our unions and the working class as a whole are under attack on numerous areas and that this assault is escalating. Under these circumstances, the need to have a media counter-offensive is absolutely essential.
Workshops Including:
*    A Multimedia Approach to Labor Information
*    Labor Radio (WINS, NRP, KPFA, Pacifica)
*    Labor Media, Lessons in Breaking the Corporate Media Blockade and Defending Democracy
*    Police Repression of Alternative and Labor Reporters from Oakland to Miami
*    Union Journalists Getting the Message out to The Membership & The Public
*    Building a Labor Cultural Art Movement and Using the Internet
*    New Technology, Stress & Labor
*    Building A Labor TV Channel
*    Labor, War and Media - Plenum
*    ICANN & Democratic Control of the Internet
*    Prison Media (Prison Radio, Prison Legal News)
*    Workplace Discrimination in High Tech
*    Censorship and the Media Workplace
*    Spying and Surveillance, How to defend Your Privacy
*    Organizing Media Workers (IATSE, AFTRA, CWA and others)
*    Technology & Toxics in the Workplace
*    WiFi and Remote Broadcasting: How Labor can get Our Rallies, Conferences & Actions Out Live on the         Internet & Satellite        
*    Community Access Cable & How to Establish a Labor TV Show for Your Local/Council/International
*    Unofficial Labor Web sites and Outreach (AUD, CDU)
*    Lessons from Front-Line Local Union Web Masters
*    Labor Education in the Schools and Using Technology
*    The Indymedia Movement and Labor-What is It and How to Build The Links
*    POD (Program for Online Deliberation) and How Labor Can Use This Tool for Communication and Action
*    Broad Band Access and Our Rights to Bandwidth
*    Labor & Research Tools
*    Free Softward (Non-Proprietary Software)
*    Labor Film Festivals, Labor Shorts-How to Have A Festival and Support Labor Videographers
SUNDAY (4/4/04)
9:30 - 10:00 AM    Registration (Refreshment)
10:00 - 11:30 AM    Workshops I
11:30 - 1:00 PM    Lunch - Presentation
1:00 - 2:30 PM    Workshops II
2:30 - 4:00 PM    Plenary -Lessons & Future    

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