Media Matters

WILL - Media Matters - October 19, 2003

John Nichols

John Nichols, Washington correspondent for The Nation, will talk about media and politics (this show aired during a pledge drive week, and is not archived)


WILL - Media Matters - October 12, 2003

Peter Hart of FAIR

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(Duration: 52:51)

Peter Hart of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) discusses his new book, The Oh Really? Factor: Unspinning Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly.


WILL - Media Matters - October 05, 2003

Noam Chomsky

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(Duration: 52:51)

Noam Chomsky, professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


WILL - Media Matters - September 28, 2003

John Wilson, co-founder of The Indy

John Wilson, co-founder of The Indy

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(Duration: 52:34)

John Wilson, co-founder of The Indy, talks about academic freedom and the role of ideology in academia.


WILL - Media Matters - September 21, 2003

Jim Bouton, former pitcher for the Yankees

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(Duration: 52:51)

Jim Bouton, former pitcher for the Yankees, discusses the political economy of baseball stadiums and his new book, Foul Ball: My Life and Hard Times Trying to Save an Old Ballpark.


WILL - Media Matters - September 14, 2003

Danny Schechter, journalist

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(Duration: 52:52)

Danny Schechter talks about media coverage of the war in Iraq and his new book Embedded: Weapons of Mass Deception.





WILL - Media Matters - August 17, 2003

Cary Nelson, professor

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(Duration: 53:01)

Cary Nelson of the English department at the University of Illinois talks about working conditions and academic life.


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