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Given the importance of media policy issues, should institutions of higher education play a greater role in building media policy literacy and developing a pipeline of talent for third sector institutions? Emphatically yes, argues Professor Lentz, who shows how by analyzing four examples: Georgetown University Law School's Institute for Public Representation, the University Consortium on Media Policy Studies, the University of Colorado Public Interest Fellowship, and the Esther Petersondoi:10.5325/jinfopoli.4.2014.176 fatcat:vrwgnxjxrffwpg7aa5vpuolfpq