WEDNESDAY, 9am, Sound of Ideas: Transparent Government

Call in or be square (90.3FM, WCPN). You can see all the contact info here (you can listen live or listen later - there will be a link up later on Weds. to the audio). You also can email (, tweet (@soundofideas), Facebook update here or leave a comment at the Sound of Ideas webpage for this show (here).

Phone numbers:

During the show: 216-578-0903 or 866-578-0903
Last Word line: 216-916-6397 or email
Show ideas & comments? Contact Executive Editor, David Molpus.

Listen for sure and voice your thoughts if you feel so moved. The deets:
If government -- from your local school board to the U.S. Capitol -- operated in secret, how much would you trust it? On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll talk to open government advocates about the public's right to know. We'll offer expert advice on how to access public records and keep tabs on your government. Plus, we'll explore how technology is helping to make government more transparent. Join us Wednesday at 9 on 90.3.


Ellen Miller, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Sunlight Foundation
David Marburger, Partner, Baker & Hostetler and author of Access with Attitude: An Advocate’s Guide to Freedom of Information in Ohio
C. Ellen Connally, President, Cuyahoga County Council
Michael Froomkin, Professor of Law, University of Miami and served on Florida Supreme Court Committee on Privacy and Court Records from 2003-2005
Full disclosure: This is, as many readers know, a topic of huge interest to me and for many years. I am spending time trying to contribute in anyway I can to help the TAPSummit succeed. Especially if you are an elected or maybe even more importantly, if you are a candidate for office this year, you should attend this event. You can read more about it and register for it here.

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