posts tagged media

7/10/17 // Dr. Steve Billet on G20 and Trump's Media Crusade

Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss expectations and potential outcomes from the G20 summit, as well as President Trump's ongoing war with the media. | listen

6/23/17 // Ep 11 // (Amazon + Whole Foods) x (Facebook - Media Companies) / ‘Rough Night’

This week, we welcome back contributor Matt Ruby, along with new contributor Charles Gould, to discuss Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and friction in the relationship between Facebook and media… | listen

6/9/17 // Ep 9 // Fake News and ‘Wonder Woman’

This week, we welcome back contributors Ester Steinberg and Matt Ruby to discuss the ongoing issue of so-called “Fake News”. Also, Charles Hinshaw returns to discuss the new movie, Wonder Woman,… | listen

6/8/17 // The Most Important Male Nudity on TV

Penis are popping on TV these days—but what's really being exposed? | read

5/26/17 // Ep 7 // President Pence?, Late Night Politics, and ‘Alien: Covenant’

This week, we welcome back contributor Matt Ruby and, for the first time, new contributor Ester Steinberg to discuss the particulars of a potential Mike Pence presidency should Donald Trump somehow… | listen

2/3/17 // Defining Violence in a Violent World

By simply absorbing news coverage of crime and violent conflicts, it's easy to conclude that humans are incorrigibly brutal creatures with little sanctity for life and even less hope for progress. | read

1/8/17 // The Eating Disorders That Hide In Plain Sight

You’ve heard of anorexia and bulimia, but what about orthorexia and diabulimia? Eating disorders affect approximately 30 million people in the United States, and it’s about time we start taking these illnesses, and their treatments, seriously. | read

1/5/17 // Lucid Dreaming and Fear

For today’s podcast we’ll connect with Susana Martinez-Conde, a neuroscientist and science writer and David Altheide, who has been tracing the development of this fear since its indoctrination into our country’s media over four decades ago. | listen

12/16/16 // Education & Consumption

Lynn Walsh talks about potential changes and refocusing in journalism education, how we can become more responsible consumers of media, and the environment for journalists in a post-truth world. | listen

12/15/16 // Fighting Fixed Opinions

Lynn Walsh discusses how journalists can combat the rise of fake news and dealing with people whose opinions are firmly fixed. | listen

12/14/16 // The Rise of Fake News

Lynn Walsh discusses the rise of fake news, how journalists feel about it, and how opinion journalism has shaped our current media climate. | listen

12/13/16 // Loss of Trust

Lynn Walsh discusses the loss of trust in national media outlets and gives her opinion on the role of journalism in the United States. | listen

12/12/16 // Lynn Walsh

SPJ president Lynn Walsh discusses her career in journalism and the purpose of the SPJ, as well as the role of citizen journalists. | listen

9/4/16 // Op-Ed: Peter Thiel Wants To Suck Your Blood

Peter Thiel is a billionaire megalomaniac who put Gawker out of business and wants to harvest the blood of the young so that he can live forever. Weird. | read

7/29/16 // How Fear Works

Altheide reflects on his more than 43-year career, defining his expertise as falling within five research areas: Mass Communication, Qualitative Research Methods, Deviant Behavior, Propaganda and Official Information, and Social Control. | listen

7/28/16 // Critically Thinking The Media

We chat with Dr. David L. Altheide an American-born sociologist and Emeritus Regents' Professor in the School of Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University. | listen

7/27/16 // Testing Out The Media World

And, lastly, Altheide devotes his research to the development of qualitative methodology, specifically Ethnographic Content Analysis (ECA). | listen

7/26/16 // Propaganda and Social Control In The Media

Altheide's second research focus examines the media as a form of social control. | listen

7/25/16 // The State Of Fear

Altheide reflects on his research which has broadly focused on qualitative methodology and the media's impact on society, especially through inciting fear. | listen

7/1/16 // With Oil Spills, Size Matters

Oil spills are slow-churning environmental disasters, but unless they’re enormous, the media is nowhere to be found. | read

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