October 18, 2009 - Media Matters

Media Matters Pledge Drive

Robert McChesney and John Nichols co-host Media Matters from 1PM to 3PM this Sunday. Guests on this pledge drive edition include Ben Scott, Norman Solomon and Noam Chomsky. Call and contribute to WILL-AM 580, show support for public radio in your community and for great programming like Media Matters with Bob McChesney. For more information on how you can pledge, click "Support" on the WILL homepage.


October 11, 2009 - Media Matters

Michael Moore “Capitalism: A Love Story” and Sue Wilson “Broadcast Blues”

Filmmaker Michael Moore sits down with Bob McChesney this week to discuss his new movie "Capitalism: A Love Story." This is a 20 minute interview pre-recorded with Bob and Moore, so no calls will be taken during that segment. Sue Wilson will then join us live to talk about her movie "Broadcast Blues" the movie "the media does not want you to see." www.broadcastblues.tv


October 04, 2009 - Media Matters

Josh Silver, Executive Director Free Press

Josh Silver and Bob McChesney discuss Net Neutrality - Mr. Silver of the Free Press oversees all programs, campaigns, fundraising and special projects. Josh previously served as campaign manager for the successful statewide ballot initiative for public funding of elections in Arizona and as the director of development for the cultural arm of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. He has served as the director of an international youth exchange program and as a development and management consultant. Josh publishes frequently on media, campaign finance and other public policy issues. He attended the University of Grenoble, France, and Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash.



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