October 11, 2012: "Today more video is uploaded to YouTube in a day than all 3 major US networks broadcast in the last 3 years," Forbes online's Steven Rosenbaum said. Rosenbaum interviewed our co-director, Patricia Aufderheide, to discuss the future of curation online and the business models that could develop as a result.
March 22, 2012: The Atlantic introduces cultural piracy remix, the work from the Center for Social Media's fellow Elisa Kreisinger.
March 18, 2012: The New York Times talks about PBS's recent prime-time schedule change and quotes Patricia Aufderheide, director of the Center for Social Media commenting on this issue.
March 13, 2012: The Web Pro News featuring the "Living Docs" project and announcing the Center to be one of its partners.
May 29, 2011: The Chronicle introducing Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, a book authored by Patricia Aufderheide, director of the Center for Social Media, and Peter Jaszi, a law professor at American University.
March 22, 2011: San Francisco Film Society featured the Media that Matters conference in their "Indie Toolkit" section of their blog SF360.
March 8, 2011: The International Documentary Assoication reviews the 2011 Media that Matters conference.
March 4, 2011: Leah Mahan Productions reviews the 2011 Media That Matters conference hosted by the Center for Social Media.
August 16, 2010: PBS' MediaShift included comments from the Center for Social Media's Jessica Clark in this article about social media.
July 10, 2010: Voice of America interviewed Center for Social Media's Jessica Clark about social media and the news environment.
June 25, 2010: New America Foundation published an article by the Center's Jessica Clark in their blog Sustaining Democracy in a Digital Age.