Live Mackinac Policy Conference + Mackinac (ish)

It's nearly that time to talk policy. All next week a number of us at WDET will either be at the Mackinac Policy Conference of Mackinac (ish), a conference running concurrently in Charlevoix powered by tomorrow's leaders and grassroots organizers. Below you'll find our rundown and who will be where. Also, we are carrying each conference live via live stream if you're not able to attend either of them. Once live, the players can be viewed below.

So, where will we be?

Craig Fahle is heading to the Mackinac Policy Conference and he's taking your ‘Smart Politics’ questions with him. The Craig Fahle Show will broadcast live throughout the week from The Mackinac Policy Conference.

Starting Tuesday, you'll here interviews with the keynote speakers, policy makers and government officials who are gathered to discuss the major issues facing Michigan. Stay engaged in the conversation by sharing comments on Facebook or using #CraigShow on Twitter. You can also follow the conference via Twitter with #MPC2014 (we've supplied a widget below).

Our Digital Specialist Terry Parris Jr. is heading to Charlevoix for ASSEMBLE @ Mackinac (ish), where tomorrow leaders are looking at the future of our region. Follow the conversation using #MPCish on Twitter (again, a widget can be found below).

Additionally, WDET Reporters Laura Weber Davis will keep you up to date with news at the conference, and WDET Bankruptcy reporter Sandra Svoboda will report online and blog daily on Next Chapter Detroit.

Detroit Public Television broadcasts schedule:
• Wednesday, May 28 – 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
• Thursday, May 29 – 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Friday, May 30 – 8:30 a.m. to Noon

The televised coverage will air on television in the Detroit market on:
• Channel 56.2 for over-the-air viewers
• Channel 287 on Comcast
• Channel 155 on Brighthouse
• Channel 432 on Charter

[Mackinac (ish) live stream]

WDET's live coverage from Mackinac is made possible in part by:

NextEnergy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2002 to drive advanced energy investment and job creation in Michigan. Located in Detroit, NextEnergy serves as a catalyst for advanced energy technology demonstration and commercialization.

For more than 20 years, suburban Detroit-based Marx Layne & Company has provided outstanding, results-oriented communications counsel to a broad spectrum of clients in the business , government and non-profit sectors. Our proven ability to design and launch successful public relations campaigns, develop creative communications solutions and exceed client expectations has earned us a reputation as a valued partner and an industry leader.