In a panel titled Race and Gender Matter in Media Ownership, two speakers in particular touched on issues of interest:
Angela Campbell, with the Georgetown Institute for Public Representation, touched on the relationships between pending lawsuits related to diversity in media ownership with the Grutter/Gratz and the Louisville/Seattle school cases. She didn’t go into too much detail and I plan on asking her for her presentation.
Syracuse law professor LaVonda Reed-Huff talked about how little mention was made about minority ownership of media in recent FCC rulings. I’ll also get her text and powerpoint slides to link here.