As we pore over highlights from yet another exciting Maker Faire, find out what else is happening this week on FORA.tv.
In a just few hours, tune in as the Culture Project presents Blueprint for Accountability: NYPD’s Stop and Frisk Policy, and event that will examine current search policies by the New York City Police Department. Critics say the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk methods are driven by racial profiling, though Mayor Michael Bloomberg has defended the program as well as Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly saying it has ultimately saved lives.
Also coming up today, the National Cable and Telecommunications Association presents The Cable Show 2012. This three-day conference will discuss all things cable, including what the future holds for the industry, which includes more content, more screens, and more choice.
On May 22, be sure to check out the Churchill Club presentation of the 14th Annual Top 10 Tech Trends, and watch as the Paley Center for Media presents The Next Big Thing in Digital News Innovation from Chicago.