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Annual General Meeting
10 am at Education Media Services, 3700 Kempt Road, May 4 1996
All those interested are welcome!
The Media Coverage Before the Westray Disaster
A public forum and panel discussion
Date: Friday, May 3, 7pm
Place: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia 1741 Hollis Street
Ideas for Media Education in the Classroom and the Familyroom
Pioneer media educator and author,Chris Worsnop will present a
workshop for teachers and parents on Friday, December 8 from 4 - 6
the Library at St. Patrick's High School, 6067 Quinpool Road, Halifax.
Admission is $7.00. ($5.00 for members of the Association for Media
Literacy.) Space is limited so people are advised to call 453-2479 to
reserve a seat. Participants are asked to bring a copy of the local tv
listings for the week including Dec. 8, or a few travel brochures, or a
family photo album.
This workshop is co-sponsored by the Association for Media Literacy -Nova
Scotia and ScreenScene, the Atlantic Film Festival's program for young
people and their families. For more information contact 420-4796 or
This event took place Friday, March 17, 1995.
"Celebrity News: Journalism or Entertainment?"
A Panel Discussion moderated by Bruce Wark, Professor of Journalism,
University of Kings College School of Journalism.
Panelists: Sharon Fraser, Freelance Journalist and Commentator;
Bill Donovan, Regional Director of CBC Maritimes;
Bruce Graham, Executive News Producer, MITV;
Carol Savoy, Sports Psychologist, Dalhousie University
The Association for Media Literacy - Nova Scotia was founded in November
literacy among students, parents, educators and the
general public. Members include teachers, parents,
students and media professionals and is open to