The National Association of Broadcasters has recorded PSAs featuring Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty and Senator Chris Murphy. In separate spots, Congresswoman Esty addresses mental health awareness and literacy. Senator Murphy addresses mental health awareness. We encourage you to air these radio and TV spots. This is an opportunity for us to collaborate with two of our congressional leaders on issues that are important to the residents of Connecticut. The radio and TV spots can be accessed by clicking the links below. And HD versions of the TV spots will be made available on July 22. The spots are good until December 15th, but we encourage you to air them in August when Congress is in recess. Thank you for your consideration, and we welcome your questions and comments.
Rep. Elizabeth Esty PSAs
Sen. Christopher Murphy PSAs
to find information about the Media Law School being offered at the University of South Carolina in Columbia this fall. The course is presented by the University of South Carolina School of Law and the College of Information and Communications and is sponsored by the American Board of Trial Advocates. Participants will have the opportunity to develop a better understanding of the key stages of civil and criminal proceedings and to learn enough basic law to report accurately on many important issues in the news. Two dozen journalists from across the country will be selected to participate in the 3 day program which will be offered at no cost. The Fellowship will also include housing, and $400 travel stipend. See information regarding the application process on the letter
and at http://www.law.sc.edu/media_law_school/
or contact Dean Rob Wilcox at 803-777-6857.
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