November 24, 2002

Steven Hill and Dan Johnson-Weinberger

Steven Hill and Dan Johnson-Weinberger from the Center for Voting And Democracy, a West Coast non-profit that educates the public on the impact of voting systems on political representation, proportional representation, voter turnout, redistricting and campaign finance

November 17, 2002

Shelby Scott and Linda Foley

Shelby Scott and Linda Foley -- Shelby Scott is the former National President of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and served as chair of AFTRA's Women's Committee and of its Broadcast Steering Committee. Linda Foley is president of the Newspaper Guild, Communications Workers of America. She was elected secretary-treasurer of the Guild in 1993 and Guild President in 1995.

October 06, 2002

Dan Schiller, professor

Dan Schiller, professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and author of five books on communications, discussing the meltdown of the US telecommunications industry, why it happened, what it means, and where it's going.

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