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Campaign features dynamic website that allows children to discover new ways to enjoy reading with literary and interactive games
The Advertising Council and the Library of Congress announced today the launch of a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) developed to inspire young people to "explore new worlds" through reading and to promote literacy in all types of learning, including books, periodicals and cartoons.
The new PSAs, created pro bono by The Geppetto Group, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and the Brigham Young University (BYU) Ad Lab, are based on classical fiction books The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and the The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, as well as stories of King Arthur and the Round Table. The Geppetto Group produced Oz, the original spot, and created the campaign tagline "Explore New Worlds," which encouraged the other two volunteer agencies to create inspirational endings from other classic works of fiction. The PSAs aim to inspire children in grades 4 to 6 to get more enjoyment out of reading and thereby inspire them to become lifelong learners.
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Humorous Super Bowl Ad for Rex Rammell's 2008 US Senate campaign in Idaho. Featuring Stars from last summer's blockbuster, "Evan Almighty." What message is Congress sending you? It's time for a new kind of Senator.
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Republicans walk out of Congress over contempt proceedings, New Mexico finally goes for Hillary Clinton, and Mitt Romney endorses John McCain.
OCR Live! Weekly Edition including a report from the US Congress Hearings on the UIGEA gambling ban, developments in Holland and an outrageous lawsuit against casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.
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Mobile phone review of the top 5 cell phones out of the top twenty cell phones released at the Mobile World Congress at Barcelona.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Stanford's Lawrence Lessig: We are in "dangerous cycle now" with misinformation in the blogosphere
NEW YORK -- Earlier today at the Personal Democracy Forum, we spoke with Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig. Lessig is spending a great deal of time on congressional reform movement called Change Congress, an organization he co-founded with Joe Trippi.
Handling the interview was our colleague Caroline McCarthy of CNET News**** who filed a story earlier in the day on Lessig's keynote speech.
In this interview, Lessig spoke about the need for reform in campaign funding for congress and how he hopes Change Congress will make it happen with an active base of 50,000 members.
In this wide ranging interview, he voiced his concern about a "cycle of misinformation" in the blog world and its impact on mainstream media and public discourse. He cited the recent issue surrounding Judge Kozinski.
In the question about the Associated Press controversy, he says "the AP will be shown to wrong." He adds that colleagues at the Stanford Law School will be involved representing defendants charged by the AP.
Caroline has a second report on the conference and on her on-camera interview with Lessig.
For anoter report on the Personal Democracy Forum, check out The New York Times "The Caucus" blog written by Kit Seelye who has been at the conference for the past two days.
-- Andy Plesser
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