In the fast-paced world of the latest and greatest gadgets and trends, the intersection of media, policy and technology often gets overlooked. But not here. We plug into the inter-relatedness of technology, policy, politics and how ALL communities access information– what we see on the internet, on television, in movies or read in newspapers and magazines.
Founder Tracie Powell (pictured here with a statue of her scribe hero, Alex Haley) writes about the media and media policy, specifically on issues regarding piracy, media ownership, diversity, government transparency and the business of journalism. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, she lives in Washington, DC. She has contributed to Poynter, NPR, The Columbia Journalism Review and Publica, the first nonprofit investigative journalism center in Brazil.