Mark Weisbrot, currently Co-Director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, in Washington, D.C. discusses media coverage of the Bush economic policy and tax cuts.
Eric Alterman, author of What Liberal Media? The Truth About Bias and the News debunks the myth of the liberal media and describes the conservative politics of the mainstream news.
Michael Copps, FCC Commissioner, talks about weighty issues facing the commission on rules for media ownership and the public interest
Norman Solomon, the executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy and the author of Target Iraq (with Reese Erlich), talks about the media coverage of the build-up toward a possible conflict with Iraq, the antiwar protests, and what we don't hear in the news media
Marc Cooper, the contributing editor for The Nation magazine, executive producer and host of The Nation's syndicated weekly radio show RadioNation, and specialist in Latin American politics and media talks about the World Social Forum in Brazil and US media coverage of Latin America
Laura Flanders, the noted journalist and media critic, talks about the media coverage of the anti-war protests, the Bush administration, and the state of progressive, alternative media
Mike Knezovich, Jenny Southlynn and Carl Estabrook talk about the demise of the Champaign-Urbana Cityview weekly. Knezovich is the former senior editor, Southlynn the former arts and entertainment editor and Estabrook a former columnist
David Barsamian, the founder of Alternative Radio, media critic, and highly acclaimed progressive author of The Decline and Fall of Public Broadcasting discusses the current state of politics and the media
David Lindorff, the investigative journalist who exposed the link between Attorney General Ashcroft's TIPS program and the FOX television network's program America's Most Wanted. He is also author of Killing Time, a new look at the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal