The Spring 2008 issue of Media Ethics is replaced by the book An Ethics Trajectory: Visions of Media Past, Present and Yet to Come.

903rx7vfManny ParaschosTHE SPRING 2008 issue of Media Ethics is replaced by the book An Ethics Trajectory: Visions of Media Past, Present and Yet to Come, which consists of the proceedings of the first and second U.S. media ethics summits in 1987 and 2007. The book also includes chapters by, among others, Al Gore, Adam Powell III, Clifford Christians on current and future media ethics issues. The regular ME material will appear in the Fall '08 issue. (Book cover design by Jan Cothran.)

Here's information about recent or upcoming media events as well as a call for papers.

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More than 1,100 media industry leaders, regulators and academics from 56 countries attended the Pacific Telecommunications Conference, January 2008, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Useful addresses, e-mail addresses and phone numbers.

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