Media Matters - July 28, 2002

Walter Harrington and Leon Dash

Race, Bias, and Journalism with Walter Harrington and Leon Dash. A professor in the UIUC department of journalism, Harrington was a reporter for the Washington Post before coming to U of I. Leon Dash is a professor in the U of I Department of Journalism, and was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with the Washington Post.

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Media Matters - July 21, 2002

Carrie McLaren and Gary Ruskin

The Media And Commercialism with Carrie McLaren and Gary Ruskin. McLaren self-publishes Stay Free!, a magazine about American media and consumer culture. She works at the Berkeley Carroll School, and is also the curator of the upcoming Illegal Art exhibit, which looks at the effect of copyright law on freedom of expression.

Ruskin is executive director of Commercial Alert, which he co-founded with Ralph Nader. He is also director of the Congressional Accountability Project, which opposes corruption in the U.S. Congress. He is author of Why They Whine: How Corporations Prey on Our Children, Bush's War on Children, and Let's Keep Advertising and Market Research out of the Classroom.

Media Matters - July 14, 2002

Sut Jhally, Professor

Media Education with Sut Jhally. Jhally is well known for his controversial and award-winning film Dreamworlds: Desire/Sex/Power in Music Video (over which MTV threatened to sue). The Los Angeles Times called the film "a scathing examination of pop video's use and abuse of women." As the founder and executive director of The Media Education Foundation he is also the producer of another dozen films dealing with issues from commercialism and popular culture to violence and gender.

Media Matters - July 07, 2002

Frank Emspak, Professor

Labor reporting with Frank Emspak, Professor in the department of Labor Education, University of Wisconsin Extension. For the last 10 years Frank has been teaching and working with unions and prior to 1991 he was the project director of the Massachusetts Center for Applied technology - one of the first manufacturing extension services in the country.

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