Media Matters - January 09, 2011

Former health insurance industry executive Wendell Potter

Wendell Potter writes, "Since I walked away as head of communications at a top health insurance company in May of 2008, I've worked tirelessly as an outspoken critic of corporate PR and the distortion and fear manufactured by America's health insurance industry. It is a PR juggernaut that is bankrolled by millions of dollars, rivaling lobbying budgets and underwriting many "non-partisan" and "grassroots" organizations."

www.wendellpotter.com

Media Matters - October 26, 2008

Howard Zinn

This week's guest is Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States, among many works. Zinn is an acclaimed historian and political scientist, and has been active in Civil Rights and anti-war movements in the United States for many years.

Media Matters - August 31, 2008

Alexander Cockburn, editor of Counterpunch

This week our guest is Alexander Cockburn, editor, with Jeffrey St. Clair, of Counterpunch. Cockburn also writes the "Beat the Devil" column for The Nation and a weekly syndicated column for the Los Angeles Times as well as for The First Post.

Media Matters - 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.

Media Matters - May 25, 2008

Arianna Huffington

This week our guest is Arianna Huffington, the author, nationally syndicated columnist, and founder of the popular website, the Huffington Post.

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