Center Forums Will Be Available For Online Viewing And Listening
26, 2001 -- Each
week, nationally and internationally acclaimed experts in fields
ranging from national security to presidential history and politics
speak at the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of
Virginia. The Miller Center Forums, which are free and open to the
public and popular with both the University community and citizens,
can now also be seen and heard worldwide on the Internet.
In order to improve public access
to this significant source of learning, the Miller Center will make
selected and important forums available on the World Wide Web after
they are taped. Recorded both in video and separate audio format,
they may be downloaded on demand, usually within a few days of each
event, using free RealPlayer software.
Already available past programs include
political scientist Larry Sabato on the recent presidential election,
analyst David Gergen on presidential politics, and publisher Katharine
Graham on the presidency and the press.
To listen to or view a forum on the
Web, go to the Miller Centers Web site at http://millercenter.virginia.edu
and click on the Forums page.
The Miller Center of Public Affairs
is a nonpartisan research institution dedicated to studying United
States national and international policy, with a special emphasis
on the American presidency.
Contact: Margaret Edwards, (804)