Media Matters - December 29, 2002

David Lindorff, investigative journalist

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

Media Matters - December 22, 2002

Jean Kilbourne, documentarian

Jean Kilbourne on advertising, specifically alcohol and tobacco advertising and the image of women in advertising. She is best known for her documentaries Killing Us Softly, Slim Hopes and Pack of Lies

Media Matters - December 15, 2002

Robert Jensen, professor of journalism

Robert Jensen, professor of journalism at the University of Texas and author of Writing Dissent: Taking Radical Ideas from the Margins to the Mainstream talks about media coverage of the Bush administration, the Trent Lott scandal, and the build-up to war in Iraq

Media Matters - December 08, 2002

Stephen Zunes, professor of politics

Stephen Zunes, professor of politics and chair of the Peace and Justice Studies Program at the University of San Francisco on U.S. Middle East policy


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