gov/ ) List of Signers includes: Access Humboldt Alliance for Community Media Appalshop Asian American Justice Center Bay Area Video Coalition Benton Foundation California Center for Rural Policy Center for Asian American Media Center for Economic Progress Center for Rural Strategies Center for Working Families (Atlanta) Common Sense Media Communication Workers of America Connected Nation DB Consulting Group, Inc.
What does BF stand for?
BF stands for Benton Foundation
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Source: Benton Foundation, Strategic communications in the digital age (edited excerpts from a tool kit for non-profit organizations).
These include: * Reading, writing and numeracy * Building academic competency * Using media and communications tools * Problem solving and critical thinking * Communications skills * Basic occupational skills The Benton Foundation does not give out grants but is hoping to collaborate with leaders representing underserved communities, business, the nonprofit sector, philanthropy and academia.
9 percent), according to statistics released by the Benton Foundation.
Though no one keeps track of everything that is going on, Wilhelm of the Benton Foundation estimates that corporations already have poured in more than $1 billion.
The Benton Foundation is an organization that seeks to shape the emerging communications environment and to demonstrate the value of communications for solving social problems.
The Benton Foundation is a private, nonprofit foundation that works to realize the social benefits made possible by the public interest use of communications.
On the www there has been considerable discussion of a November 1996 US Benton Foundation report Buildings, books and bytes, the methodology for which was designed to ferret out discordance between public and library opinion leaders.