The Right2Know (R2K) Campaign has announced that it will meet with Parliament's media transformation indaba to discuss ownership, staff and content.
In a press statement, R2K spokesperson, Julie Reid, points out that, “We will continue to argue that the definition of transformation must move beyond race and gender profiles in ownership."
"We should not have to choose between media beholden to political interests and media that are beholden to corporate interests. We need more media, not less; more voices, not fewer," explains Reid.
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