February 01, 2009

Susan Douglas

Susan Douglas is Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan. Her two broad areas of interest are the history of broadcasting, especially radio, and the representation of gender in the media.


August 03, 2008

Jennifer Pozner, Executive Director of Women in Media & News

This week our guest is Jennifer Pozner, Executive Director of Women in Media & News (WIMN), a national media analysis, education and advocacy group. Pozner founded Women In Media & News in 2001 to increase women's presence and power in the public debate through media analysis, education, advocacy and reform.


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.



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