CHRC offers new media steering committee as base for lobby voice
News | 10/10/2003 4:00 am EDT
|The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is offering what services it can to the new media industry to help the sector organize behind a single organization as it faces staffing, funding and other challenges moving forward. On the eve of the organization’s human resources forum set for Toronto in late November – a forum that will have a significant new media focus – executive director Susan Annis tells Canadian NEW MEDIA that the organization’s new media steering committee could form the nexus of a disinterested, national lobby group.
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