Live Streaming…… New Media Blogger Event Tonight in Los Angeles – How to Counter the Obamedia

I’ll be speaking along with four other fine bloggers tonight here in Los Angeles.

Here’s a photo of the bloggers and sponsors from tonight’s blogger panel at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles. It was a great event.

** Live Streaming… The Jewish Journal will be livestreaming the event tonight here.
You can see the live broadcast at their website and it will be posted later.
The event starts at 7:00 PM West Coast Time.

Jennifer Dyer is speaking to the crowd at the Skirball Center.


Watch Dog Media Bites Lap Dog Media
Five Bloggers Explain How The Mainstream Media Smears America’s Friends
and Excuses Our Enemies… and what you can do about it

Monday, May 10, 2010 • 7:00 p.m.
Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Panelists include:
Jim Hoft – Gateway Pundit
Daniel Greenfield – Sultan Knish
J.E. (Jennifer) Dyer – The Optimistic Conservative
Omri Ceren – Mere Rhetoric
Rick Richman – Jewish Current Issues

We’ll be discussing the attempt by the current administration and other political forces to delegitimize bloggers’ contribution to honest and legitimate news investigation.
And, we may touch on these new media issues:

  • Why do newspapers and cable shows feel threatened by bloggers and online journalists?
  • How does a free and open Internet challenge the media’s control over the information you see and hear?
  • What can ordinary citizens do to promote a new model of journalism, free of the distortions and omissions promoted by today’s media?
  • How do bloggers get their start?
  • Where will tomorrow’s journalists come from?

Hope you can join us at the Skirball Cultural Center.
Sign up today here.
There is limited seating and the cost is only $12.

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The evening is sponsored by Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and One Jerusalem together with the David Horowitz Freedom Center and the San Fernando Valley Republican Club

I hope to see some of you there at Skirball Cultural Center.
Remember to sign up today here.
There is limited seating and the cost is only $12.

This was great… Back in 2008 I wrote about the controversial Rashid Khalidi tape that the LA Times was hiding from the public. Later that week there was a “release the tape” protest outside of the LA Times building. Daniel E. was one of the protesters at the rally. Tonight we had a chance to talk after the blogger event.

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