ON DEADLINE: Call for Speakers 

The deadline to apply to be a speaker at FMC Connection Day is Aug. 10


The largest conference in the country to bring media and community together for a day of open dialogue, story pitching, relationship building and mutual understanding, is getting a face lift. We’ll be unveiling an all-new format for the Oct. 23, 2015 event, which runs from 7.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. at Briarcliffe College, Bethpage, N.Y.

To apply to be a speaker, click here for details.

What He Said . . .

POTUS talks to us about neutrality



We’d be remiss for not thanking the White House for always being responsive to our thoughts and views on the future of media.

President Barack Obama’s latest letter to us, in response to our support of net neutrality, just arrived.

If you’re not sure why net neutrality is important to America then, please, read on.

. . . What She Said

Clement responds in Long Island Business News

When one of the area’s most successful developersjaci clement

penned a letter to Long Island Business News, we were

inspired to share our own opinion as to why

Long Island’s future is being held hostage.

Read it here.

Summer Sale!

Limited time, limited availability

For a limited time, we’re offering FMC Connection Day tickets at 50 percent off the cover price.

The event is the ultimate connection opportunity to meet the media, pitch stories and, in general, enable you to raise awareness of your organization, cause, product, service, mission and agenda. It happens on Oct. 23, only on Long Island.

Over the years, FMC has helped thousands of organizations get into the news to have their stories told. Now it’s your turn.

Click here for tickets 

Better Yet? Sponsor This!

This year, we’re offering lots of new ways for you sponsornow to make the most out of Connection Day and boost your marketing and branding efforts. Some opportunities are on a first come, first served basis, so lock-in early.

Let Us Help You Fly

Membership is on sale now

We’re a 501c3 nonprofit organization unlike any organization in the country:

Part media watchdog, part advocate for a media savvy society and part superhero. -:)

If you’d like to know more, email FMC CEO Jaci Clement (jaci@fairmediacouncil.org).
If you’re already convinced you’d like to become a community champion, join now and save off our regular rates for a limited time only.

 Click here to sign up now.

Media Savvy Tips for Parents

Because it’s too important to leave to chance

When it comes to kids, one thing’s for sure: They’re surrounded by media these days. That’s why FMC is happy to offer up a few, easy-to-follow tips on how to put media to good use in your household. One day, your kids will thank you. (You’re welcome.)

Read them here. 



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