With the re-release of Infogagement: Citizenship and Democracy in the Age of Connectionwe hoped to re-ignite the important conversations at the intersection of civic engagement, media, and technology.  We’ve been delighted to receive your enthusiasm and interest in delving into #Infogagement more deeply–and we’re also eager to hear more from you about how you’re thinking about this topic and where you’d like to see us take this exploration next.

Video Recording

On September 6 at 3pm EST/12pm PST, PACE and Public Agenda, hosted a webinar about Infogagement and its implications for democracy, welcoming input from audience members and questions for our presenters, including Infogagement author Matt Leighninger, alongside two of our contributors:


 Jennifer Brandel, Co-Founder and CEO of Hearken  

Author of Forget Product, Start With Process: Re-imagining Newsrooms’ Relationships With the Public is a Critical Innovation in our Digital World




D.C. Vito, Co-Founder and Executive Director of The LAMP (Learning About Multimedia Project) 

Co-author of A Civic Imperative for Media Literacy: Moving Teens from a Consumption to a Use/Action Paradigm



Resources from the Call

A couple of additional resources that came up during our conversation, related to youth engagement: