January 26, 2003 - Media Matters

Laura Flanders, journalist and media critic

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


January 12, 2003 - Media Matters

Mike Knezovich, Jenny Southlynn and Carl Estabrook

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


January 05, 2003 - Media Matters

David Barsamian, the founder of Alternative Radio

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



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