Robert Cox

founder and president, Media Bloggers Association
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Robert Cox is the founder and president of the Media Bloggers Association, the largest association of bloggers and citizen journalists in the world. Cox and thirty co-founders formed the Media Bloggers Association in 2004 which today has more than 1,000 members (and growing) and spans the six continents.The Media Bloggers Association is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting, protecting and educating its members, supporting the development of blogging or citizen journalism as a distinct form of media and helping to "extend the power of the press, with all the rights and responsibilities that entails, to every citizen." He often appears to discuss journalism and new media in the context of blogging and citizen journalism. Cox sits on a number of citizen media advisory boards including NewAssignment.net, Newstrust, Center for Media and Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation and others. Cox first began blogging in 2002. Cox received his B.A. from the University of Notre Dame and his M.B.A. from the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business.

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