Registration is open!

Hello UDC 2012 Participants,

Registration for the 2012 UDC conference is now open! You must be a member of UDC to register for the conference. Membership is $75 for faculty/regular and $35 for student/low income.  If you have not yet renewed your membership or joined the organization, please visit http://www.democraticcommunications.net/membership

To register for the conference, please visit https://learningforlife.fsu.edu/conferenceReg/index.cfm?items_to_buy=10282 Read about our featured speakers here.

Accommodations include dorm rooms or the conference hotel, Marriott Residence Inn.  You can reserve a dorm room for $30 a night for a total of $90 (and find additional information about the dorm space, parking, etc.) when you register for the conference.  Please note that dorm registration will close at Midnight, May 2nd.  If you prefer the conference hotel, you can make reservations by calling 1-888-236-2427 and request a reservation under the Union for Democratic Communications Conference May2012 room block. Rooms are $99 a night. The cut-off date to make reservations at the Marriott is April 10, 2012. Additional information about other hotels in the area will be posted on our conference website, http://udc2012.wordpress.com/

Conference prices are as follows:

Early Bird until March 30

Student/Low Income: $100

Faculty/Regular: $150

March 30-April 27

Student/Low Income: $125

Faculty/Regular: $175

Late Registration April 28-May 9 and on site May 11 and 12

Student/Low Income: $150

Faculty/Regular: $200

Please be advised that there is a $15 registration cancellation fee.

Please continue to visit our conference website, http://udc2012.wordpress.com/ , for additional information and announcements.

Contact us at udc2012@gmail.com if you have any questions, or you can call Jennifer Proffitt at (850) 644-8748.

Looking forward to seeing you in Tallahassee May 10-12!

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About udc2012

The Union for Democratic Communications is an organization of communication researchers, journalists, media producers, policy analysts, academics and activists dedicated to the critical study of the communications establishment, the production and distribution of democratically controlled and produced media and the development of democratic communications systems. UDC encourages critical perspectives in communication theory, media production, and the study of popular culture.

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