Everett C. Parker Ethics in Telecommunications Lecture

The was created in 1982 to recognize Parker's pioneering work as an advocate for the public's rights in broadcasting. It is the only lecture in the country to examine telecommunications and the digital age from an ethical perspective. Past speakers include network presidents, Congressional leaders, FCC chairs and commissioners, as well as academics, cable and telephone executives and journalists. It is funded by the communications industry, particularly broadcasters, along with the communications offices of major faith groups.

SAVE THE DATE! The 2007 Parker Event will be on September 18, 2007 at 11:45 am.