When: May 10, 2018 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: The American Philosophical Society | Philadelphia, PA
Each year, our Media Impact Forum brings funders from across the country together with pathbreaking media makers and analysts to share insights about the field’s most influential projects and trends. Join us for inspiring media presentations and dialogue, and the chance to network with your peers to deepen learning and spark collaboration.
This year’s Forum will convene at the American Philosophical Society—the home of America’s oldest learned societies—in Philadelphia. The meeting will help philanthropy focus on the special role of science in our national debates, the importance of sharpening the communications of science, and broader issues about understanding how and when communications and storytelling make a difference.
Mark your calendars now and register today—and stay tuned for more details as we plan our program.
Catch the highlights from our 2017 Media Impact Forum, which featured NPR’s founding architect Bill Siemering, NPR newscaster Korva Coleman, 1A host Joshua Johnson, and much more.
We look forward to seeing you on May 10 in Philadelphia!
Note: This is a funders-only event.
Previous Media Impact Forums
Read about our 2017 Media Impact Forum here.
Learn about our 2016 Media Impact Forum here.
Read about 2015 Media Impact Forum here, here, and here.
Learn about our 2014 Media Impact Forum here and here.
See highlights from our 2013 Media Impact Forum here.