Harry Pozycki to Keynote Eastern Region Community Media Conference

Pozycki has authored several model municipal reforms for use by citizen leaders who have won their adoption in over 150 cities and towns.
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Harry Pozycki, chairman and founder of the Center for Civic Responsibility and its Citizens' Campaign--a non-partisan movement that educates and mentors citizens for non-elected public service and develops legislative solutions that broaden opportunities for civic leadership—will give the keynote address at the Eastern Region Community Media Conference 2010, Friday, May 14 at 12:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency New Brunswick (N.J.)

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Harry Pozycki Pozycki was appointed in 2001 by then-Gov. Thomas DiFrancesco to lead the coalition which passed New Jersey's Open Pubic Records Act, and he was the lead author of the Citizen Service Act and the 2009 Party Democracy Act--reforms which opened opportunities for citizen leadership in appointed government offices and in grassroots political party offices.

Pozycki has also authored several model municipal reforms for use by citizen leaders who have won their adoption in over 150 cities and towns. In 2004, he developed New Jersey's anti-pay-to-play law, which has been heralded as the strongest in the nation and has served as a model for laws adopted in Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, and Philadelphia.

The Eastern Region Community Media Conference 2010 is presented by ACM Mid-Atlantic & Northeast Regions and the Jersey Access Group.

The trade show and conference starts with a meet-and-greet on the evening of May 12 and continues with workshops, exhibitions and discussions on May 13 and 14. Vendors will make presentations every half-hour on May 13.

So far more than 50 vendors are registered.

On May 14, more than 20 workshops will cover topics from production and programming to station management, social media, funding and grants, and more.

More information is here.

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