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Oklahoma Voices: More Highlights from the Ninth Annual First Amendment Congress (Mar 10, 2008)
This week on Oklahoma Voices we broadcast two more panel discussions recorded last November at Freedom of Information Oklahoma's Ninth Annual First Amendment Congress. The first roundtable features representatives from the Oklahoma arts community talking about how they practice self censorship for fear that a controversy could translate into lost revenue Ė either fewer customer sales or the abandonment of private funding. Guests include Joy Reed Belt, the owner and Director of the JRB Art at the Elms gallery in Oklahoma Cityís Paseo district; NONzine magazine Editor and Co-publisher Michael Tabor; Individual Artists of Oklahoma (IAO) gallery Executive Director Jeff Stokes and veteran entertainment industry attorney Jay Shanker. The moderator is Sherry Fair from City Arts Center.

Then, Oklahoma Press Association Executive Director Mark Thomas leads a discussion on the state of government transparency in Oklahoma. Panelists include Bryan Dean, staff writer for The Oklahoman; Oklahoma State University Documents Librarian and Professor Barbara Miller and Oklahoma State University Journalism Professor Joey Senat.

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