February 22, 2009

Matt Taibbi, journalist and political writer at Rolling Stone

Our guest this week is Matt Taibbi, the journalist and political writer. Taibbi currently works at Rolling Stone where he authors a column called "Road Rage" for the print version, and an additional weekly online-only column called "The Low Post". He is best known for his coverage of the 2004 US presidential election, and for his former editorial positions at newspapers the eXile, the New York Press, and the Beast. Recently, Taibbi has been a regular contributor to Real Time with Bill Maher.

February 15, 2009

Matthew Rothschild, editor of The Progressive magazine

Our guest this week is Matthew Rothschild. Rothschild is the editor of The Progressive magazine, which is one of the leading voices for peace and social justice in this country. Rothschild has appeared on Nightline, C-SPAN, The O'Reilly Factor, and NPR, and his newspaper commentaries have run in the Chicago Tribune, the L.A. Times, the Miami Herald, and a host of other newspapers.

February 08, 2009

Dean Baker

Dean Baker is the co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC. His blog, Beat the Press, features commentary on economic reporting.

February 01, 2009

Susan Douglas

Susan Douglas is Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan. Her two broad areas of interest are the history of broadcasting, especially radio, and the representation of gender in the media.

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