Linda Foley, president of the Newspaper Guild, Communications Workers of America.
Robert Pollin, UMass economist, will discuss his new book, Contours of Descent.
Paul Krugman, Princeton economist, columnist for the New York Times, and author of The Great Unraveling.
Visiting professor in Afro-American studies, William Patterson, and long-time radio activist, Kimberlie Kranich, discuss the importance of local radio and their innovative work with engaging high school students in producing their own radio documentaries.
Professors Chris Martin and Frank Emspak discuss mainstream media coverage of labor issues. Martin's new book is titled Framed: Labor and the Corporate Media.
Douglas Rushkoff, author of nine best-selling books on new media and popular culture, discusses the role of the internet within changing political processes.
Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation magazine. (Rebroadcast of Nov. 23 program).
David Corn, author of the recent best-selling book, The Lies of George W. Bush: Mastering the Politics of Deception.
Bernie Sanders, Independent congressman from Vermont. Congressman Sanders discusses media reform and other pressing issues.