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Conspiracy theorists flock to bird flu, spreading falsehoods

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 d ago

Conspiracy theorists flock to bird flu, spreading falsehoods

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Were larry elder and i was telling him about the washington post series of lies about him in there. Supposed fact checker washington post desecrates the word journalism. So larry you gonna tell give me an example when we have to take a break. Yeah speaking of journalism. You know dennis One of the many allegations made against me that. I just like women because of an article that i wrote twenty one years ago where i holding the study by the annenberg school of journalism. And that's quoting a left wing professor And and there was an allegation made against me. I denied that. I engage domestic violence but stories ran with the political ran with at cnn. Ran wizard that was headlines for several days now just yesterday. Dennis rose mcgowan. The actress who says her career was destroyed because she used to sleep with harvey weinstein and is largely responsible for why harvey weinstein is facing several rape charges. Just yesterday she said. That gavin newsom wife called her six months before the story blew up on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer and said how can we make the story. Go away now dentist. I don't know whether it's true or false. But you know if you know my girlfriend nina. Imagine if somebody allege that. Nina called rose mcgowan six months before the harvey weinstein blew up called on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer and said quote. How can we make this story. Go away it'd be the front page everywhere. The on political we'd be on cnn and we know political has the story. They've written not one word about it. The only outlet this written about this is real clear politics now again. I'm not sure whether or not it's true. But it would be a bombshell true. If gavin distance wife called rose mcgowan six months before this story. Blew up on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer. How can we make this story. Go away that's all they'd be talking about. That's all i would be talking about between now and the election day dinners tweet fell floors.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Were larry elder and i was telling him about the washington post series of lies about him in there. Supposed fact checker washington post desecrates the word journalism. So larry you gonna tell give me an example when we have to take a break. Yeah speaking of journalism. You know dennis One of the many allegations made against me that. I just like women because of an article that i wrote twenty one years ago where i holding the study by the annenberg school of journalism. And that's quoting a left wing professor And and there was an allegation made against me. I denied that. I engage domestic violence but stories ran with the political ran with at cnn. Ran wizard that was headlines for several days now just yesterday. Dennis rose mcgowan. The actress who says her career was destroyed because she used to sleep with harvey weinstein and is largely responsible for why harvey weinstein is facing several rape charges. Just yesterday she said. That gavin newsom wife called her six months before the story blew up on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer and said how can we make the story. Go away now dentist. I don't know whether it's true or false. But you know if you know my girlfriend nina. Imagine if somebody allege that. Nina called rose mcgowan six months before the harvey weinstein blew up called on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer and said quote. How can we make this story. Go away it'd be the front page everywhere. The on political we'd be on cnn and we know political has the story. They've written not one word about it. The only outlet this written about this is real clear politics now again. I'm not sure whether or not it's true. But it would be a bombshell true. If gavin distance wife called rose mcgowan six months before this story. Blew up on behalf of harvey weinstein's lawyer. How can we make this story. Go away that's all they'd be talking about. That's all i would be talking about between now and the election day dinners tweet fell floors.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KCRW

"You can raise your voice and show your dollar bills and say we want in on this 50 year struggle that we have very little to do with. Except for the last five minutes. Ethnic studies has obviously been a topic of debate for a long time. Ironically, in the midst of trying to figure out whose history we ought to teaching school, it seems like we are repeating history by having fights similar to those we had 50 years ago. While we are having these discussions about whose narratives should be included in history, it's important to remember what ethnic studies is really about. The ethnic studies is, um, is much more, of course than just learning about your culture. It's about humanity. And we've lost that. Because at the end of the tape, it doesn't matter what we look like, or what color your skin is. We're human beings, and we all have something to offer. Ethnic studies is in the news more and more right now, with different states considering different plans, advocates in some states want to make it a high school requirement. Opponents in other states wanted watered down or even prohibited. Claiming it's a form of critical race. Thinking that younger students aren't ready for this whole battle over ethnic studies itself shows how significant to fight to control the narrative really is and the great divide over who determines the collective stories we teach about our nation's history. I'm Johnny Dorsal. You are listening to divided states efforts to pull together when things fall apart from U. S. C s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. I'm Shirley Jihad. Thanks for joining us. Like a lot of people. You may have tried something new to make the most of life at home in the pandemic lockdown, whether baking your own bread or learning a new craft or streaming video series. Millions of curious quarantine is also joined Tiktok, making it the most downloaded app in the country last year, And while many people hope their videos would go viral In this time of cancel culture, trolling and heightened political tensions. Social media can also bring unwanted attention. Elizabeth East last tells us about the dark side of political commentary on social media and how it can quickly manifest into real life danger. 17 year old Aidan Cone Murphy in new He might get a little bit of pushback when he started talking politics on his tiktok account, Percent Democratic. And the first time I met a Republican, was in to what he has nearly 300,000 followers a big mayoral race, but nine months in, he didn't expect to be targeted by waves. Of white supremacists threatening to come knocking at his door. Nazis docks my address and told people to come and kill me, and that happened like three or four times and it was the whole thing and the police for here. Um, and it was pretty scary, Pretty scary. Aidan was at his dad's house in the middle of doing a virtual interview for his friends podcast when he saw people commenting his address on Tiktok. Some of the comments included two lightning bolts emojis, which bears.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Welcome back to voice global. I'm peter in your host and this next conversation is part of our meet the author series in this case. I'm really excited to have this conversation. A joe taro. Who is robert louis. Shame professor of media systems in industries at the annenberg school for communications at the university of pennsylvania is well steeped. In the intersection of media marketing society and his writings explore the power dynamics shift culture materials through which learn about the world. His new book out is called voice catchers and it looks at how marketers listening to exploit your feelings. Your privacy and your wallet is a really really fascinating conversation. And you know there's been so much going on right now with regards to privacy and advertising and we can get into debt as well. I let me welcome onto the stage Joe torre joe how you doing. I'm well and thank you for that nice introduction. I appreciate it in getting this interview. Setup i did get to go and explore your background and see that. This book is just one in a series of other books Let me go and find You know some of these other books that you have written here in the in the recent years looks like just a in twenty twenty mediated a mass communications in converging world And the isles have is how retailers track your shopping strip your privacy and define your power than twenty eleven looks like he published daily. You have the advertising industry is defining your identity and your world your ethnic we keep going back but it really looks like you've had your finger on the pulse of how new technologies do have an impact on us as consumers users and as as individuals. Yes well i try. Advertising has been fascinating to me all my life. When i was a kid. I wanted to be an advertising copywriter. Once my pants on abc lawyer. Everybody expected idea lawyer. But i found that kind of boring when i was in middle school. I decided that wasn't for me. And i watched a lot of tv. So i figured. I gotta you know. Maybe somebody writes these commercials. So i started reading an age when i was seventeen. And since then i've been hooked one way or another. That's great so. I mean you talk about reading at the age of seventeen Take us take us a little further back where did you. Where'd you go to undergrad. When allows the actually later. I went to penn. I went to penn all the way through. I got my a b a in english..

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KCRW

"Onward. Now, with greater L A K C. R w I'm Steve. Take this local news. It's what we do here on Greater Ella. But outlets for local news have been disappearing all across the country ever since this thing called the Internet started happening. More recently. They've also been hammered by the pandemic, which has caused even more advertising dollars to evaporate advertising dollars. Of course, pay for the coverage that you get. One network of local news outlets is doing just fine. Thank you. It's a network of 1300 quote unquote, local newspapers and websites covering much of the United States, including right here in California. With names such as Current County Times L A Harbor News, East Ventura News NORTHWEST LATIMES, Northwest RIVERSIDE News. The list goes on. And while local news that is great But in fact, according to investigations by the Columbia Journalism Review in The New York Times, these are not your typical newspapers and websites that practice traditional journalism. Thes sites have an agenda, a conservative one. Gabe Kahn teaches journalism at the USC Annenberg School and he's with us right now to talk about it. Gabe. Welcome. Thank you. Steve. How are you? I'm all right. I mean, what do we know about this network of news sites who's running it? So, according to the reporting by the New York Times, and the Tao Center at Columbia and Columbia Journalism Review This network, which includes thousands of local news sites, is run mostly by one company and mostly by one person, and Brian Tim Poona, who's a former TV reporter from Illinois, but has set up this network. That basically becomes a kind of pseudo journalism outfit for hire for political donors who want either positive stories about candidates they like or negative stories about candidates. They don't and let's let's be clear that there's a number of reasons as to why this can take place, partly because of the sort of economics of the local news scene. But really, what they're doing is they are generating automatically hundreds of copycat stories based off of basic data step sets, like school attendance or something like that. On. Then they automatically sort of reproduced this story saying, You know, the ex school in your neighborhood had an attendance record of whatever. On and then they do that same story for another school in another neighborhood, and so on, and so forth, the quality it's It's pretty much unreadable. Ah, and it's not informative, but basically, it's created to look like a duck and walks like a duck so that people mistaking it for one. And then every now and again, there will be a human generated story that eyes can be either a hit piece or a very poorly sourced local news story. To make it again. Give it that veneer of legitimacy and usually the hit pieces on a Democrat in a political race, what we're seeing and here's what the New York Times came up with when they were talking about it. This is in one of their publications called the main Business Daily, a freelance reporter in New York upstate New York, took a $22 assignment over email contacted A spokesman for Senator Susan Collins, who's the Republican incumbent senator who's in trouble in Maine by the way, and wrote an article on accusations that Sara Gideon, the Democratic opponent, was being two faced for criticizing shadowy political groups and then accepting their help. It was a lot of quotes from the Collins spokesperson, but no comment from the Gideon campaign. Is that the type of stuff that we're seeing peppered with these other formulaic stories? Yes, Exactly. And what is also important here is that the design of these websites mimics that of a local newspaper. So basically you've got something that's kind of this sort of Potemkin village of news. That is really has one purpose, which is to deliver, you know, hit pieces about certain political candidates or issues or something like that. That then travel far and fast on social media networks. So they're they're Republican operatives who actually have bought into this company right there. They're advancing its cause with their money, their political operatives. They're also PR operatives as well. This is this is not for all intents and purposes. This is not a journalism sight at all. No, absolutely. And really. What it's trying to do is is take advantage of the fact that in so many areas, local news is an arid wasteland where you know local community papers once thrived but have since disappeared. Into that space. They can dump these websites that again just mimic what a news site might look like and fill it with essentially toxic sludge. That has the purpose of Jenning up either hostility for one candidate or you no favour favoritism for another, That's possible. Also because Social networks such as Facebook allow for the spread of this kind of information. Even though it's quality is so low that is, you can create an article with certain types of key words. You can pay Facebook to put it into other people's news feeds. And when it's appearing there amidst, you know, friends and family, photos and other things like that. At quick glance in a news feed, it might seem like a legitimate news story. You're teaching gave us a new generation of young journalists, People who really want to deal with truth. On and be the fourth estate that it's supposed to be. It's tough to find reporting jobs right now, in any realm, whether it be radio or television. Certainly the newspaper business is so difficult right now. Do you see some of your students ending up having to take work and these kinds Of operations. I don't even want to call them news operations because It's it's a It's a different kind of thing. Well, I mean, I think that this kind of work breaks every ethical norm that we hoped to teach. So I would hope that they would not the pay on. This is also basically equivalent to some other type of gig, economy, work Postmates or uber driver or something like that. It's so low. I really don't think this is the kind of place that that I hope that my students would see worthy of their time. However again. What this is taking advantage of is the fact that Social media companies and other forces have conspired to make it almost impossible for so many local news organizations to exist and to survive. That then it becomes easy to create these kind of air sets new sites that fill that void, and it's just like Our food diet, Steve If you live off of corn syrup and potato chips, you're not going to be healthy. And if your news diet is filled with this type of sort of fake partisan content You're not gonna have a healthy civic life, either. Gabe Con professor at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. He also at its a news website called Cross Town, which provides local coverage of Les neighborhoods as well, Gabe. Thank you. Thank you, Steve..

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Accomplished important, interesting people here. The game is never over here. We never take your commitment or loyalty for granted. Nothing here is structured around negativity, full anger, contrive points of view. It's civilized discourse. So here are our ground rules. The guests were important, but they're no more important than you are the listeners to the family. We went to a thoughtful contributions on the toll free 8877337 66 66 Welcome back to our weekly celebration of an American institution of Binds generations together is Ed Randall's talking baseball. Performance right now takes the field. Great. Good morning, everybody and right off the bat Since 1951 on ly, five graduates of the University of Pennsylvania made it to the big leagues are leadoff hitter is one of them and the first African American Ivy leaguer to play in the big leagues. After graduating from Penn with a degree in engineering, he became a peerless outfielder over nine seasons with the Cubs, Phillies and Rangers gathering exactly 1100 hits. He. Then we turned to his alma mater to teach what is listed in the course catalogue as communications 307 communication, sports and social justice at Penn's Annenberg School for Communication here to talk about the events of the past week. Professor Doug Leadville. Doug, It's great, Davey on on my show. Thank you so much. Well add. It's always a pleasure. That has to be the best introduction in history, so I really appreciate it. Capturing, you know the whole passion for for baseball, for sure. And great, great. Always talk to you. Thank you. You've spoken about how important it is for athletes to take a stand and provide leadership and speaking out for us. Social justice. What did you make of the events dug in the past week when 10 games were postponed? 20 teams didn't play on John Ironically, the eve of Jackie Robinson Day. You know, it's it's a search and you know we're at a time. We're all trying to figure out what kind of future we're trying to Ford. And sports has played a central role in that, uh, discussion projection. Not hope and baseball is part of it, and he recognized baseball having A lot of its civil rights legacy connected to Jackie Robinson. Rightfully so. And you know, at this time Robinson Eyes recognized also for the quiet demeanor by which he endured. Similarly, the impossible when it came to race relations at the time and breaking this color liner crossing it But at the same time there is another Jackie Robinson that was activist. He was a person that marched the streets. Road candidates had a column and it was pioneering in many of these aspect. Being an executive a chock full of nuts. Opening a bank. He was engaged, and in fact, Martin Luther King Jr was inspired by him, and they worked tirelessly together so So I see. Baseball is a key part of this, and what was special about baseball is that it's diversity is international diversity to economically? Whatever state you're from whoever you vote for And these players find a way to coalesce as a team find a way to focus on that goal, that sort of name on the front, so to speak, and and figure it out. And they think through that you have tremendous lessons for our country because you You connect people to this common passion and something that's bigger than self to let some of those divisive with that we can check boxes and put people into boxes, uh, that that weaken us as a team as a unit. And you're also in an environment that consistently obsesses about the rules. You think about many debates and conversations we've had over the years whether it's instant replay or competitive balance taxes. Or changing flied rules about Lee rules and Posey route. We do Ah, hole out of things to approve the game to make it fair, and we expect it to be Applied across the board. Both teams about who you are. That's how the rules work, and the integrity of the fidelity of the game is wrapped into how that's enforced that how that's respected. Well, that example of this passion for equity and constantly trying to create a more perfect union in baseball is a great example for our country, So we look to it and it's a little messy now because we're coming from so many different vantage points, trying to celebrate. Humanity and placing it in the center of our conversation. And you seeing empathy for people who may not be the aggrieved group directly, But they say you're my brother. You're my teammate. Although I'm from Japan or Venezuela, however, I know this is important and we have to elevate that. That's a great opportunity for baseball. And and I'm rooting for it. And I absolutely believe that. It will be an important message to see from from our great game. You wrote this week that being neutral is no longer an option. Expand on that. Well, we're out. Certainly across route on DH. You could feel like I've been saying lately that we're living The history of the future. And this collision of present past and future is coming together and so much Martin nitpicking juniors to talk about silence. Silence is a position that we have many reasons to be found. That doesn't always have to be nefarious. It could be just not uncertainty, but we recognized that in the face of humanity, we need to figure out a way to stand up for things instead of just stand aside. The status quo is what continually gets us into trouble in these moments, right? Because we're saying Well, you know things are better than they were in the sixties with fifties. But it's sometimes just misses. The experience has written and spoken a lot about being black in America and the complexities around that it's not just about law enforcement. It's not just about One thing that you can cite to. There's an experiential component to it that's pervaded my whole life. And that's personal. But that's true for a man of color. A person of color. And we're trying to be better, and I think that's an important recognition that we are always tryingto. We always stick or should seek to move forward in that way, where we're including Everybody to the table and the table is a big table. Hey, we have a great fortune in our country and so the neutrality when we stand back and say, Well, you know it's just going to work itself out or we don't do anything. Of course, status quo tends to benefit people who already have the privilege and standing for things to be okay and say, Well, this is fine. I'm happy with how things are so I don't want to change anything. And part of it is coming to this. Use the laws of power by Eric Leo. In my course, part of it. One of his laws talks about power being infinite. The idea that if you believe in this idea that power is infinite, and he actually argues that it is then you don't see as sort of the inclusion of a group of people as taking something from you. On. This goes back to baseball in sports when you even have a team of all stars, But if they don't play together, well, it doesn't really matter that he doesn't really so you have to figure out How to You see this power is something that empowers all of us to come together and that unity is more powerful than any individual talent,.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"At the courthouse defending the courthouse. We're not out looking for trouble. This is so good and so useful and so important for Americans to here and they won't It will not be on the news anywhere but Fox News and a little bee little discussed or remember, which is this morning. I would love nothing better. Then Jerrold Nadler. And and William Barr. Sitting there in a couple of chairs going back and forth. No shot, the other guy down point counterpoint. But nobody wants that. I mean, I wanted but maybe you wanted, but nobody in power wants that. Nobody wants anybody to actually be called on their lives are called to account or whatever, Just it's Democracy can't possibly work its worst form of government except for all the others. Speaking of letting crime go unchecked. Cal Una Cornea is in the midst of an experiment legalizing crime. We've talked about this a lot through the years, a couple of incredibly ill advised Propositions past soft headed voters. California essentially turned a bunch of felonies and misdemeanors, and now you just get a ticket, including for giant the, You know levels of theft. Andi also turned a bunch of criminals loose from the prisons. Under the Ah You know the idea that they were non violent In many cases, it was just that their last event the offense was non violent, but they were indeed violent criminals. Well, l A car thefts hit record highs in the second quarter 2020 Some are saying the vid pandemic was part of it. A report from the USC Annenberg School for Journalism's non profit analysis publication analyzed. Data from the LAPD cited a 57.7% rise in vehicle theft between April and June against the same period in 2019. Move it up covered, 19 was theorized to have been on ly part of the problem with a study notes. Locked down measures meant vehicles. They're sitting around unintended for Longer periods of time. It also references the California do Judicial Council's passing of new $0 bail policy as a contributing factor. Enacted in April. L. A County district attorney, Jackie Lacey said the measure was taken so courts could said individual bail for those accused of looting. Meanwhile, most nonviolent crimes including stealing your dang car Are supposed to be bail free, allowing jail populations to be kept at a minimum. City also stopped ticking for parking violations, leaving ample opportunity for cars to enjoy prolonged curbside stays. All everywhere works from home. And LAPD. Lieutenant. See age Josefa. Said. People are saying that they're not going to stay in jail, especially for car theft. So what's happening is we're seeing a repeat offenders. 57.7% increase in crime. In a car crash. San Francisco led the way in that is property crimes just skyrocketed in recent years as their utopian Marxist district attorney has decided not to charge people for crimes because they only commit crimes because they're poor. Because of paternalism and white supremacy or something else it I tell you. What if even, you know, With all due respect, and apologies to those of you who live in these Feinberg's if they could just wall off San Francisco and L A and conduct the experiment. You know, put cameras on it like it's rats in a maze and figure out what happens to be a great cautionary tale for the rest of the country before they fall for these idiotic schemes. Almost 60% rise in vehicle theft in one year as your utopia coming along Strong and getting You wouldn't go a day without washing your hands or brushing your teeth. But what about your nose? The body's air filter. It traps allergens that could make you miserable and germs that can make.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. I'm Lily Jamali. The University of California Board of Regents has elected its first black president. In its 152 year history. Former UC Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake will lead the 10 campus system that serves some 280,000 students. At a board meeting yesterday. Drake address challenges those campuses face from the pandemic to climate change. We have the young wounds of social injustice that we see in so many ways that really tear the fabric of our lives. We have the long term threats of environmental degradation and climate change that must be addressed if we're going to continue as a species. Drake is a physician who retired from his role as president of Ohio State. Last month. The Board of Regents unanimously approved his appointment. He starts next month when current UC President Janet Napolitano steps down. At colleges and universities all across the state. There is a scramble to meet new federal guidelines for the coming fall semester. Those guidelines require international students to take at least a portion of their classes in person. As case your W's Benjamin got leave reports, the rules are proving to be a challenge for students and school administrators alike. During the pandemic, International students make up a major part of enrollment in California. The UC system, for example, had north of 41,000 overseas students last academic year alone at USC. In Los Angeles, 25% of the student body is international. And so these federal guidelines announced by immigration and Customs enforcement this week. Are putting universities in a really tough spot. It's just hard because it forces another set of challenges for students in a way that no one really anticipated. That's Gordon Stables. He heads up the USC Annenberg School for Journalism. His department announced this week that it plans to offer at least 50 hybrid courses both online and in person to help international students meet the new federal standards. The decision comes just a week after USC as a whole announced it wanted to go mostly online this fall. Now. Despite the accommodation, some international students have already gone back home because of Cove in 19 and now just can't justify returning full time that includes Jake Junk, a South Korean national studying business at USC. He says. He's been paying for an apartment in L. A. That he's not living in. I'm planning on just entering the US temporarily, maybe for like a week or two and then move all my stuff in storage and return. To Korea because there's no other option for me to stay, and it's not just this semester's course load that's affected. This is going to be pretty impactful for me getting a career in the United States. Jenny's Young is a Canadian national who's studying computer science at USC for seniors who You want to apply for the work visas. You need to be in the US for at least one year, meaning that if you won't be here next semester, you won't be able to legally get a job on a visa. Zhang says she's going to be forced to explore other options unless the university make some changes. The ice guidelines say that if a school is not offering in person classes, students must either transfer or move back home to their nation of origin. The California reports on Benjamin Gottlieb in Los.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KCRW

"We're not getting into school rivalries today because there may not be in a big college football games this semester in Los Angeles. Or anywhere in the country. For that matter, Covad, 19 has brought most if not all, instruction online for safety reasons. Now those online classes or a big problem. If you're an international student. The federal government released new guidelines that say that international students must take a portion of their classes in person in order to remain in this country. If they don't they have to go where they risked deportation. It's a big deal for schools such as USC and UCLA. 25% of USC student body 12,000 students are international. So what is that new announcement from the Trump Administration Mean for those students and how well universities adjust KCR W's Benjamin Gottlieb covers immigration. An immigrant life. He's here with us with Mohr. Hi, Benjamin. Hello, Steve. And that's a lot of international students. Obviously, if we if we just look at us, see, we got word today, by the way that USC Annenberg School will hold most of its classes online. But there will be more than 50 of what they're calling hybrid classes, which they say would blend in person and remote learning to accommodate these new Nice policies. I should point out that it's not just university students like those who are attending USC. There are international high school students in Los Angeles. People who get visas to study had seminaries, for example, so broad implications here affecting Aton of people. Yeah, far reaching what's been the reaction from students, Benjamin Confusion, I think is the best way to describe it, Steve. I mean, this just happened. And for USC business Major Jake's young, for example, this announcement from ice is a really big deal. He's 20 years old. He's a citizen of South Korea is currently in Seoul, the capital. There, he went back for the summer. He tells me that this announcement from ice has upended his entire plans for this fall. I already like my playing book for in mid August, and I still have my apartment. I've been paying my leaves for the past couple months that I was here because of Kobe. I'm planning on just entering the US temporarily, maybe for like a week or two and then move all my stuff into storage and return to Korea because there's no other option for me to stay no other options. Steve and that's the story for many international students that I've been speaking with working out what to do with their least classes. Will they take them online or not? Jake tells me that he plans to take his classes online. But remember, there's 16 hours of a time difference between Los Angeles and soul. So his 10 a.m. E con class, for example, that's going to happen at two in the morning. There that comes with a whole other set of challenges. You know a lot of challenges, something some students at least have a home to go back to. Others, however, may not What happens to them. It's a really good point. I'm glad you brought that up, and they're really being left out to dry right now. Karen Carlson. She is the co director of the International Student Assembly at USC. And she says she's been hearing a lot of stories about students that have really no good options. A lot of students who are currently in the U. S. They may not have a home internationally anymore, like one of my friends. He would have to return to Australia, where he hasn't been in over 10 years and has no family there. So this isn't something that I just hate the way that it's written, where it's so simple. Leave the country or transfer because that is not a possibility as Steve I mean transferring schools, for example, is also very difficult. So there is really a sentiment. That's Not a lot of consideration was given two individuals and their individual stories here. As I understand it, Benjamin. It's not just studying in the US, but But if a student wants to work inside the United States that that's going to be affected as well, Yeah, this decision has all sorts of ripple effects that many people might not be aware of. I mean, our nation's immigration system. It's really a complicated Web. One thing leads to another, and that includes how a student can live and work in the U. S. After they graduate, right. I spoke with Jenny Jeong about this. She's 21. She's a senior, A would be senior at USC and is studying computer science. Also, she's a Canadian citizen. And if USC does not change its policy classes moving almost entirely online. These immigration guidelines could up and her entire post college plans. Take a listen. This is going to be pretty impactful for me getting a career in the United States because For seniors who who want to apply for the work. He says. You need to be in the US for at least one your meaning that if you won't be here next semester, you won't be able to legally get a job. On a visa. So in other words, if Jenny is not allowed to live and study in the US, which now looks likely given this order from ice, she tells me she's going to have to move to Beijing. She's Canadian. But her parents are living there right now. So huge implications for students like her. Yeah. I I imagine Benjamin. This announcement by ice has professors and program directors pretty concerned as well. I mean, they depend on student enrollment right for their classes to exist. They do their very worried from USC, UCLA even LMU where I teach actually as an adjunct professor. There's so much uncertainty as you mentioned universities. They rely on these students for planning and, gosh, how hard has it been already to plan these days? With the pandemic, right? I should point out that this doesn't mean international student would lose their enrollment, itjust means online learning would have to happen abroad. I reach out to Gordon Stables. He's the director of the USC Annenberg School for Journalism. And Here's how he describes what's happening with his program. It's just hard because it forces another set of challenges for students in a way that no one really anticipated. You know, a lot of great international students had spent the summer here have been doing different things and to suddenly be in a place where They have to make new decisions on short notice is really challenging forever. Steve. I reached out to USC. And right now there's no decision. Yet if this new announcement from ice will change their course of action of moving almost entirely online for the fall. Speaking, of course of action. I mean, is there any legal action that's planned in this Benjamin? Well, organizations like the view, which often weigh in on things like this. They're weighing their options right now. Andrea Flores heads up the national immigration advocacy work, and there isn't any legal action plan right now, but take a listen to how she frames what could happen next. People are very upset that foreign students are being targeted like this, and we've asked ice to immediately persons of this policy just given how inhumane it is to target young people at this incredibly uncertain time. And we will be exploring for their advocacy options you this week and beyond. Steve, I should point out that ice has reiterated that this policy is just a reaffirmation. What's already on the books. Covert, of course, is complicating things. We'll have to wait and see how this plan's out. But like many immigration related proposals, it's likely this will end up in courts. It is important, however, to point out that the executive branch of our government is given vast authority over immigration and immigration policy. We've seen this confirmed in recent court decisions. For example, the travel ban so the future of these students, these international students still very uncertain. All right. Casey, R. W's Benjamin Godly Benjamin. Thanks for your time, any time, Steve More than.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Because there's no copyright protection in this industry. Fashion designers can sample from all their peers designs. They can take any element from any Garment and incorporate it into their own design so one of the magical side effects of having a culture of copying which is really what it is is the establishment of trends. Some people believe that there are a few people at the top of the fashion food chain. who sort of dictate to us? What we're all going to wear but if you talk to any designer liner at any level including these high end designers? They always say their main inspiration comes from the street where people like you and me remix and match our own. Fashion Action looks so it's both a top down and bottom up kind of industry seven asking this question to to everyone on the show. which is humans really value things that are new right right but but it's almost like there? There really isn't anything that's original. Well I think what's fascinating and what you see in the fashion industry. All the time time is that the genius is really in curing things from the past and reviving them in the present so selecting from that massive archive of history a certain button certain sleeve certain him link a certain color pattern of design nine and putting them all together in the present moment is its own kind of original genius right. You're the first one to curate the past in this sway okay. But where's that kind of thing like done well and when is it just like Kinda cheap. Well you do see some very bizarre Azzaro knockoffs that sort of introduce new styles like for a while. The Kelly Bag was popularized on canal street in a plastic versions so they didn't even pretend to make leather. It wasn't even vinyl. It was see through plastic. And they're called Jelly bags and it started a whole craze where the rich girls also even wanted a jelly bag. You can see how the cycle of cultural reference Can reinvigorate actually an interest in in an old and respected brand now. Of course there's a bunch of effects that this culture of copying has on the creative process and Stuart Weitzman is a very successful successful shoe designer. He has complained a lot about people copying him but in one interview I read. He said you know it's really forced him to up his game. He had to come up with new ideas. New things that we'd be hard to copy he came up with this Boden Wedge Heel that has to be made out of steel or titanium if you make it from some sort of cheaper material Israel. It'll actually crack in two. It forced him to be a little more innovative. And that actually reminded me of Jazz. Great Charlie Parker. I don't know if you've heard this anecdote but I have. He said that one of the reasons he invented bebop was that he was pretty sure. That white musicians wouldn't be able to replicate the sound. Sounds wanted to make it too difficult to copy you know. There's this word like these words that we use about copping like knockoff. or or its derivative and we have this like instinctive thinks give negative reaction to the idea of copying but I wonder why like why are we so wary of it especially when it comes to fashion like when everyone seems to be doing it. Well I think there's an instinct especially within fashion. People want to appear as if they understand what the trends are but what they want to be able to differentiate themselves they wanna feel like they are their own original and so there is things -iety around copying other people's looks looks and copying other kinds of aesthetics but as humans. We also want to be part of that group but we also want to be differentiated. We want went all of it. We want everything Johanna Blakely. She runs the Norman Lear Center. US's Annenberg School for Communication. Check out her entire talk at Ted Dot com more on. What's original in a moment? Stay with us. I'm Guy Roz and this is ted radio hour from NPR. Shali is.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"John of likely she runs the Norman Lear center at USC's Annenberg school for communication check out her entire talk dot com more on what's original in a moment stay with us I'm guy rise and this is the Ted radio hour from NPR they show only they say that feeling someone's watching check the snap to national from you people battling the forces of the join us tomorrow eight one ninety three point nine why C. W. NYC supporters include geico insurance is celebrating over seventy five years of providing auto insurance for drivers across America Google can also help insure motorcycles R. V.'s homes and more more at geico dot com or one eight hundred nine four seven auto localized at city the new home search website offering buyers and renters the pros and cons for every home in this city find critical information about bed bugs elevator issues and more find the truth find a home at localized at city you value the programs you hear on WNYC that's why you are listening right now so where thousands of others people who would learn about your business on our air learn more about corporate sponsorship and W. NYC dot org slash sponsor support for the Ted radio hour comes from motley fool providing a variety of solutions for individuals investment portfolios and personal finances motley fool is a resource for investors when buying stocks find out more at fool dot com from Viking dedicated to bringing the traveler closer to the destination by river and by sea offering a small ship experience with a shore excursion included in every port learn more at Viking cruises dot com and from listeners like you who donate to this NPR station it's the Ted radio hour from NPR I'm guy rise.

"annenberg school for" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I will this seven nine days live and local thirty police are at the Walmart on north victory place in Burbank where store managers evacuated the business after an employee received quote a suspicious phone call and perceived threat that's according to police no injuries have been reported park part of the parking lot near the store has been closed as a precaution that's according to police new data shows crime reports in Los Angeles involving homeless people and the mentally ill are way way up the first seven months of this year is already seen more crimes reported involving the mentally ill and home less than for any full year going back to two thousand ten data from the Los Angeles Police Department was analyzed by cross town a program at the USC Annenberg school for journalism the numbers are staggering in two thousand ten only one crime was logged with the victim or the suspect were both homeless and mentally ill that number had spike to one hundred and fifty five for the first seven months of twenty nineteen Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news Santa Ana man is headed to prison for seventeen years after pleading guilty to selling counterfeit pills laced with Sentinel a judge sentenced twenty two year old why it past six known by his nickname oxy god yesterday after he entered a guilty plea last November he ran a drug operation which you secret laboratories on the Balboa peninsula to make thousands of fake pills using Sentinel he purchased from Chinese suppliers the pills were designed to look like oxy code down all California pizza kitchens in so cal are hosting a fundraiser today to benefit the family of the murdered.

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Instagram Slowly Tests Hiding The Number Of Likes On A Post

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:10 min | 3 years ago

Instagram Slowly Tests Hiding The Number Of Likes On A Post

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest open your doors who a healthy pest free home with American pest offering safe environmentally friendly pest control solutions throughout the D._m._v. for over ninety years learn more at American American past dot net instagram is slowly testing out a big change. The Social Media Company is starting to hide the number of likes that post since stories get when they're put on that platform. Sam Sanders hosted the N._p._R.. PODCAST it's. In a minute is an instagram fanatic so he's here with analysis hi there Sam Hey. How are you for people who aren't on instagram? I guess you're you're putting up pictures and you can see that five people liked it or five hundred people liked it. What's happening to that feature now exactly so in the same way that on facebook you can see how many people like your grandma's post about someone's birthday? It's like that on Instagram as well but that social reward that we all get for making instagram post to get a bunch of likes it's become a popularity contest. INSTAGRAM says has and they want less of that so in May instagram began to experiment with removing the ability to see how many likes our views other folks post receive just in Canada at first and not all Canadian users just some and this week instagram. Graham rolled that out to Australia and Brazil and Ireland Italy Japan and New Zealand so now some folks in those countries won't be able to see the light or view counts on other people's posts but they can still see the tallies on their own posts. Wait wait a minute. I can still have that addictive feature of looking to see if anybody likes my thing but I don't have to feel bad that somebody else got five thousand likes on. There's yes so at this conference in April Adam massery the head of instagram. He said he wants. As users to spend a little more time quote connecting with the people they care about not wrapped up in popularity contests with strangers and that kind of statement may be instagram responding to a recent trend specially with younger users they want a social media experience that feels a bit more private and personal not so public and performance live so they basically are moving towards a more walled off social media just for folks that they actually like or at least know and of course this is also also a moment steve full of negative headlines about all of the social media apps how they affect our emotional health fears about what kind of data they collect on us and so for instagram disliked test allows a company to possibly get a few days of positive headlines. And it may make it seem like this big. Tech Company really cares about us. There certainly are big issues on the table as you've just suggested and there are studies suggesting that people can be more or less depressed to based on how they use social media for example but is this this tweak and I guess it sounds more like a tweak than a huge change really going to change the experience and make it more healthy well. I was thinking about it. I use instagram a lot all the time and I said to myself even if I don't see the light count on Instagram for other people. I will still see all those pretty people on the beach with ads and pretty friends and cute dog's living a life that looks better than mine. The photos in the videos of a picture perfect life are still out there so that intense comparison it can still be there even without me seeing a light count and I talk with Karen North. She's a professor of Digital Social Media at U._S.'s Annenberg School and she told me sometimes that like function on Instagram is not a bad thing then maybe trading one problem for another our people say if I get X. number of likes all donate you know service dog to a vet or a plant a tree or do some other 'cause we cannot join together anymore to promote those causes or even have that sense that we've come together.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:19 min | 3 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KTOK

"I just wanna say something here. I have been to the Kentucky Derby one time. But I don't know anything about horse racing. And I don't know whether what happened in taking taking the winner down and making liberal horse. I have no idea that was right or wrong. I have all been able to do is read the drive by media and the consensus in the media is the storage did the right thing. Which makes me think the stuarts did the wrong thing if the media is signing onto what happened that I tend to go away from the direction that maybe it goes. Normally wouldn't even bring it up. But I played golf yesterday bunch of people talking about it at lunch. I knew about it. I just I don't know enough to know, whether what happened was all I know isn't horse racing is in trouble. And it's because they had so many deaths of horses way back when last year something, and it's it's like, cultural and societal evolution. The indianapolis. Five of what I was growing up the Indy. Five hundred was a captivating thing for the entire month of may. I mean, it was just the only thing that existed now, and for the longest time, it it it it's in in the Pax, Americana. It's not. The nationwide big deal that it used to be as evidenced by TV radio. I'm not putting it down. Don't any. I'm simply talking about cultural societal evolution horse racing is much thing that can derby thing because it's the Kentucky Derby, it's a party that one hundred and fifty thousand people show up to and they pay fifteen to seventeen bucks for mint juleps watered down and so forth and so on but. In case, you're looking for the definitive explanation for what happened there, unless the special counsel was involved somehow in that decision, and I will be of no assistance, isn't it rich ladies, and, but No, MR sturdy just asked me does it bother you to have to admit that you don't know something folks it happens so rarely how could it possibly bother me to have to admit that I don't know anything. Speaking of which we have some audio sound by Mr. Snerdley. You remember the name Kathleen hall Jamieson? Kathleen hall Jamieson is she's at the what is it here? She's at the university of Pennsylvania Annenberg school, and she is one of the few. Academics to have analyzed this program over the years and for the most part gotten it right while she was on C span over the weekend. And analyzing this program in the in the with within the realm of media that it takes place. It's it's it's amazing. She gets most of it right again, which proves that it can be done. So I'll have those audio somebody's coming up for you. But the the thing off the top to meet today is Pelosi. I just I find this as rich as it can be Pelosi has gathered her Democrats together to tell him a couple of things do not go down this path of impeachment. Do not do it and do not respond to the exuberance in our party. When by that. She means the millennial socialist like AFC and some of the others. We won't we won the two thousand eighteen midterms by talking about mainstream things like jobs and health care and tax cuts and all this kind of stuff. Of course, they said the wrong things about all those. But that's what she thinks was the reason they won the house in two thousand eighteen inches. Don't don't don't go down this path. And then she warned him the reason why is that we've got the win. She's the Democrats now we've got to win the presidential election in twenty twenty by a big margin. Because if we don't if we win by a narrow margin, Trump will not leave the White House. If the Democrats win by a skinflint margin. Trump will not leave is this not rich from the party that still has not accepted the results in two thousand sixteen. They are still trying to win that election. They're still trying to corrupt the memory of that election. They are still attempting to convince anybody who will listen that Trump didn't win that one that he needed. To the point that the Associated Press now is openly lying about the Muller. If they're just out there lying about it. Now, they're actually saying the Muller report contains evidence of collusion. The AP. In in the form of a fact check story. This is how they do this. And the just literally making up the fact that there was collusion. You can say we'll never get away with that. Will they will with the people that read them in believe them don't read anything else? And they're going to be aided and abetted in this by the fact that that Muller is supposedly at odds with bar. You know, think this stuff just happens randomly, do you? Bar. Righteous four page letter that gets to the quick of it the conclusions. It was not a summary bar did not read a four page summary. The mullahs report he wrote a report that got to the conclusions up. What everybody wanted to know? There wasn't any conclusion. There wasn't any obstruction. Then we find out that Muller rights. A letter to bars, I'm very unhappy. With the way, you're presented this. You left out the context you left out the drama whenever he thinks. So immediately we have a an opportunity for the drive bys to say that Muller says that bar is misrepresenting what I said. That then opened the doors to the AP to conclude that the report does say that Trump colluded. Meanwhile, the house wants to come up and have Muller come up and talk to them on may fifteenth. In the meantime, if you read the mullahs report, the molar report, I've spent a lot of time looking at an popadopoulos circumstance because it's going to be talking to popadopoulos tomorrow afternoon after the program to interview for the upcoming issue of the of the Limbaugh letter and Muller is making things up. And and it it's it's really scheming the way Muller wrote up the entire popadopoulos episode in the in the mullahs report, he admits that they don't know. But then writes that Papa adopt popadopoulos answer suggests something, and that's how Muller was allowed or Mollard permitted himself to basically infuse his opinion of what must have gone on in an official report. I'll explain this as the program unfolds. I'm getting a little bit. Ahead of myself here, but Pelosi. Is warning Democrats stay in the center or Trump may contest the election results. She does not believe Trump can be removed through impeachment. It isn't going to happen, by the way of his guy out there. Al green, not the singer. Al green and say we got impeach Trump. If we don't if we don't impeach Trump that he's not going to you're not gonna lose in twenty twenty. We've got to impeach Trump. Otherwise, he will win in twenty twenty thousand. This is the thinking that the Democrats are going with an Pelosi is essentially echoing a lot of this by suggesting that Trump cannot be removed through impeachment. So she's kind of countering Al green and the only way to do it. She said is to defeat him in twenty twenty by a margin. So big that he can't challenge the legitimacy of democrat victory. You realize what an earth shattering thing. It is for the Democrats think that the only way they can win an election is to win an election. I guess up to now the Democrats have been thinking they can win by getting rid of Trump via impeachment or overturning the twenty sixteen presidential election. The here Pelosi is actually admitting the only way to get Trump out of the White House is to win. That's news. Whatever way is there to get rid of Trump when they're not going to impeach him. And then I'm going to succeed in convicting him because of the makeup of the Senate. So it's a big news story that the Democrats have realized the only way to get rid of Trump is to beat him. If his taken them two and a half years to reach this conclusion. And no, I'm not I am not stretching her words here. I know she said by a sizable margin, but still. Isn't the order of the day you win elections by winning elections? But for the Democrats, obviously, the last two and a half years of been about trying to reverse election results in getting rid of Trump some other way now she's deciding impeachment isn't going to work, and she's telling her caucus that they've got to win twenty twenty the presidential race. And it's gotta be big. Because if it isn't Trump isn't gonna leave. We have to inoculate against that. We have to be prepared for that Pelosi said during an interview actually last Wednesday. As she was discussing her concern that Trump would not give up power voluntarily if he lost reelection by a slim margin. Let me tell you what she's really saying. Here is take somebody like me to interpret these peop- they are so corrupt and they use misdirection. So artfully what Pelosi is really saying here is that if Trump wins by air narrow margin oriented, only wins the electoral college, the Democrats are going to once again cry foul and refuse to accept the results. Remember the Democrats accuse Republicans of doing what they do. This is called projections. Pelosi is actually saying that if Trump wins by a narrow margin, they're going contested against she setting the stage for this by accusing Trump it had just like the Democrats did the last presidential debate prior to the twenty sixty two election. It was our old buddy in our old pal. Chris Wallace who asked Trump the question if he would accept the results. On election night if he lost. And he says, no, I'm not going to sit here and tell you right now that I'm going to accept those have any idea what's going to happen at election day. And then Hillary blew up and started claiming Trump posed a direct threat to our democracy, and our constitutional Republic buying admitting that he would not abide by the Alexa results. And then the election happens and guests who refuses to abide by the election results, even to this day, Hillary Clinton her mind has been poisoned, by the way, she and Bill out on this tour. I told you is going to bomb out and its bombing out. They can barely give tickets away to this thing the Bill and Hillary Clinton on on on on tour on stage. They got so disturbed by seeing the crowds. That Trump was drawing for his rally that they had to get in on that they had to show that they have the same drawing power. They had to demonstrate that there were just as many excited people to hear them as there are people want to hear Trump. So they began this this arena tour, and they were charging up to seventeen hundred dollars. Nobody was willing to pay that tickets have now gone down below fifty. They're being given away. The house is being papered in many just people are not showing up people don't care. Bill Clinton better ways decided to get to talk radio. Did you see that? Mr. I'm sorry. Nice. Going gonna podcast puck podcasts are wing talk radio. So Clinton's gonna do. Podcast. I just I just saw the story before the program. Let's go to the audio soundbites start with the just. Just remind you my prediction here October twenty four twenty eighteen right here on this announced. Get this Clinton's announced this nationwide stadium tour thirteen locations stadium tour, they're going to charge admission for people to come in and spend some time listening to Bill and Hillary reminiscent talk about politics. What if there isn't a whole lot of interest in that? What if a lot of people aren't yet?.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:19 min | 3 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I just wanna say something to top. I have been to the Kentucky Derby one time. I don't know anything about horse racing. And I don't know whether what happened in taking Dow taking the winner down and making little horse. I have no idea that was right or wrong. I have all been able to do is read the drive by media and the consensus in the media is the storage did the right thing. Which makes me think the stuarts did the wrong thing. If the media is signing onto what happened that I tend to go away from the direction that maybe it goes. Is normally wouldn't even bring it up. But I played golf yesterday bunch of people talking about it at lunch. I knew about it. I just I don't know enough to know, whether what happened was all I know isn't horse racing is in trouble. And it's because they had so many deaths of horses way back when last year something, and it's it's like cultural societal evolution. The Indianapolis five. What I was growing up the Indy. Five hundred was a captivating thing for the entire month of may. I mean, it was just the only thing that exists at now. And for the longest time, it it it it in in the Pax, Americana. It's not. The nationwide big deal that it used to be as evidenced by TV rave. I'm not putting it down. Don't any. I'm simply talking about cultural societal evolution horse racing is much thing that can tuck Derby's a thing because it's the Kentucky Derby, it's a party that one hundred and fifty thousand people show up to and they pay fifteen seventeen bucks for mint juleps watered down and so forth and so on. But in case, you're looking for the definitive explanation for what happened there, unless the special counsel was involved somehow in that decision, and I will be of no assistance, isn't it rich ladies, and, but No, MR Lee has asked me does it bother you to have to admit that you don't know something folks it happens so rarely how could it possibly bother me to have to admit that I don't know anything. Speaking of which we have some audio sound by Mr. Snerdley. Remember the name? Kathleen hall Jamieson. Kathleen hall Jamieson is she's at the what is it here? She's at the university of Pennsylvania Annenberg school, and she is one of the few. Academics to have analyzed this program over the years and for the most part gotten it right while she was on C span over the weekend. Analyzing this program in the in the with within the realm of media that it takes place. And it's it's it's amazing. She gets most of it right again, which proves that. It can be done. So I'll have those audio soundbites coming up for you. But the the thing off the top to meet today is Pelosi. I just I find this as rich as it can be Pelosi has gathered her Democrats together to tell him a couple of things a do not go down this path of impeachment. Do not do it and do not respond to the exuberance in our party. When by that. She means the millennial socialist like AFC, and some of the others since we won't we won the two thousand eighteen midterms by talking about mainstream things like jobs and health care and tax cuts and all this kind of stuff. Of course, they said the wrong things about all those. But that's what she thinks was the reason they won the house in two thousand eighteen inches. Don't don't don't go down this path. And then she warned him the reason why we've got to win. She's the Democrats now we've got to win the presidential election in twenty twenty by a big margin. Because if we don't if we win by a narrow margin, Trump will not leave the White House. If the Democrats win by a skinflint margin. Trump will not leave is this not rich from the party that still has not accepted the results in two thousand sixteen. They are still trying to win that election. They're still trying to corrupt the memory of that election. They are still attempting to convince anybody who will listen that Trump didn't win that one that he'd cheated. To the point that the Associated Press now is openly lying about the Muller. They're just out there about it. Now, they're actually saying the Muller report contains evidence of collusion. The AP. In in the form of fact, check story. This is how they do this. And just literally making up the fact that there was collusion. You can say we'll never get away with that. They will with the people that read them and believe them and don't read anything else. And they're going to be aided and abetted in this by the fact that that Muller is supposedly at odds with bar. You know, think this stuff just happens randomly, do you? Bar. Righteous four-page letter that gets to the quick of it the conclusions. It was not a summary bar did not write a four page summary. The Miller report he wrote a report that got to the conclusions. What everybody wanted to know? There wasn't any conclusion. There wasn't any obstruction. Then we find out that Muller rights. A letter to bars, I'm very unhappy. With the way, you're presented this. You left out the context you left out the drama whenever he thinks. So immediately we have a an opportunity for the drive bys to say that Muller says that bar is misrepresenting what I said. That then opens the doors to the AP to conclude that the report does say that Trump colluded. Meanwhile, the house wants to come up and have Muller come up and talk to them on may fifteenth. In the meantime, if you read the mullahs report, the Muller report, I've spent a lot of time looking at an Apopka dopoulos circumstance because it's going to be talking to popadopoulos tomorrow afternoon after the program to interview for the upcoming issue of the of the Limbaugh letter and Muller is making things up. And and it it's it's really scheming the way Muller wrote up the entire popadopoulos episode in the in the mullahs report, he admits that they don't know. But then writes that Papua Dopp popadopoulos enter suggests something, and that's how Muller was allowed or Mollard permitted himself to basically infuse his opinion of what must have gone on in an official report. I'll explain this with the program unfolds. I'm getting a little bit ahead of myself here, but Pelosi. Is warning Democrats stay in the center or Trump may contest the election results. She does not believe Trump can be removed through impeachment. It isn't going to happen, by the way this guy out there. Al green, not the singer. Al green is saying we got him pitch Trump. If we don't improve. If we don't impeach Trump that he's not gonna you're not gonna lose twenty twenty. We've got to impeach Trump or wise, he will win in twenty twenty thousand this is the thinking that the Democrats are going with and Pelosi is essentially echoing a lot of this by suggesting that Trump cannot be removed through impeachment. So she's kind of countering Al green and the only way to do it. She said is to defeat him in twenty twenty by a margin. So big that he can't challenge the legitimacy of democrat victory. Do you realize what an earth shattering thing? It is for the Democrats to think that the only way they can win an election is to win an election. I guess up to now the Democrats have been thinking they can win by getting rid of Trump via impeachment or overturning the twenty sixteen presidential election. The here Pelosi is actually admitting the only way to get Trump out of the White House is to win the action. That's news. What other way is there to get rid of Trump when they're not going to impeach him? And then I'm going to succeed and convicting him because of the makeup of the Senate. So it's a big news story that the Democrats have realized the only way to get rid of Trump is to beat him. If his taking them two and a half years to reach this conclusion. And no, I'm not I am not stretching her words here. I know she said by a sizable margin, but still. Isn't the order of the day you win elections by winning elections? But for the Democrats, obviously, the last two and a half years of been about trying to reverse election results in getting rid of Trump's some other way. Now, she's deciding impeachment isn't going to work, and she's telling her caucus that they've got a win twenty twenty in the presidential race. And it's gotta be big. Because if it isn't Trump isn't gonna leave. We have to inoculate against that. We have to be prepared for that Pelosi said this during an interview actually last Wednesday. S? She was discussing her concern that Trump would not give up power voluntarily if he lost reelection by a slim margin. Let me tell you what she's really saying. Here is take somebody like me to interpret these peop- they are so corrupt and they use misdirection. So artfully what Pelosi is really saying here is that if Trump wins by a narrow margin, he only wins the electoral college, the Democrats are going to once again cry foul and refused to accept the results. Remember the Democrats accuse Republicans of doing what they do. This is called projection. So Pelosi is actually saying that if Trump wins by a narrow margin, they're gonna contested get she's setting the stage for this by accusing Trump in just like the Democrats did the last presidential debate prior to the twenty sixty two election. It was our old buddy in our old pal. Chris Wallace who asked Trump the question if he would accept the results. On election night if he lost. And he says, no, I'm not going to sit here and tell you right now that I'm going to accept those heavy idea what's going to happen at election day. And then Hillary blew up and started claiming Trump posed a direct threat to our democracy, and our constitutional Republic by admitting that he would not abide by the electorate Celts, and then the election happens, and guess who refuses to abide by the election results, even to this day, Hillary Clinton her mind has been poisoned, by the way, she and Bill out on this tour. I told you I was going to bomb out. And it's bombing out. They can barely give tickets away to this thing the Bill and Hillary Clinton on on on tour on stage. They got so disturbed by seeing the crowds. That Trump was drawing for his rally that they had to get in on that they had to show that they had the same drawing power. They had to demonstrate that there were just as many excited. People hear them as there are people want to hear Trump. So they began this this arena tour, and they were charging up the seventeen hundred dollars..

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Students tied to U.S. college admissions scandal could face expulsion

Morning Edition

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Students tied to U.S. college admissions scandal could face expulsion

"New developments in the college admissions scandal US's says it's placing holds on the council of students who may be involved in the scam. The school says the move will prevent the students from registering for classes or acquiring transcripts while their cases are under review the school says after the review it will take what it calls proper action up to expulsion or revoking admission. Meanwhile, the journalism and public relations faculty at US's Annenberg school has announced it will carry out an independent investigation into the scandal. KCRW Benjamin Gottlieb has more the scandal involves parents coaches school officials and others all accused of paying or accepting bribes to help kit wealthy children into some of the nation's. Elite universities, and that includes the university of southern California USC has since fired an administrator and a coach arrested in the fraud scam. But for the Annenberg staff that's not enough. We don't want businesses use Mark shifts teaches at USC Annenberg and is one of the instructors who is leading the effort. We want the university to answer transparently and forthrightly and honestly about what went wrong and what it's doing to fix it. When asked why USC Annenberg staff chose this incidents over others to rally together. Schuss had this explanation the admission scheme, he says strikes at the heart of the university's mission. It's about which students get accepted, and how do they get accepted as for the public relations side, she says that antibiotics communication faculty also planned to help out. They're gonna use the university's handling of pass scandals. As case studies for bad crisis

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Option is that he felt that they could intimidate him with that yet. Yeah. It's like putting all my chips into the center of the table when I'm care holding a pair of twos. And hope that people buy my bluff because visas bought the Washington Post. So he could shut down investigations. I don't think. So I don't think you do that. Interested step back and really interesting thing about this is in Trump and in basis, you have to people who really aren't used to losing. And neither one of them really knows how to and it gets in to me. Thinking through how they direct people in their employ, given that mindset. Raises the stakes on both sides. Beyond beyond restaurant. Will you said it if you and I got together three years ago to do a movie, and I said, okay, here's the pitch. The most powerful man on the planet is fighting with the wealthiest man on the planet. And it's to the to go in one comes out you'd see Peter that's never going to happen. It's just fantasy land is nobody's going to buy that. And then you sit back and enjoy it. And then you would have said, okay, Dan. I got another one for you. What if I tell you see the script about the governor the Lieutenant governor and the attorney general the Commonwealth of Virginia. How about that one? We'll hold on. And what if I throw in for good measure, the public leader, the Virginia Senate who edited a yearbook that featured multiple races, photos and slurs? Yes, sir. Get out of my office. Children was going to say so I understand now they're down to the groundskeeper at Monticello to to do the he may be the governor. It's going that far down the fact order unbelievable. And by the way, those guys really know how to do PR don't they spin? Just go right down this go right down in the. PR textbooks along with new coke? Wouldn't you? Teach your class that this is not the way to respond to a scandal. Already have figured they did everything wrong. Then it's a pleasure. Thanks for coming on on Friday night. It's all always great to have you on professor UC's Annenberg school of.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Directed is am seven hundred KABC. Six continues. Oh kiss kiss on their wink, wink, nod nod farewell, tour doing by Dan Schnur, who's a professor at USC the Annenberg school of communications and founder of the USC LA times poll. So then you with me. Yeah. I'm here to here we go. So Bezos, we know that he was threatened and what they did was a came forward. The attorney came forward and said we would appreciate if you made a statement saying that are leaking of your stuff was not politically motivated. We'd like you to come out and say that and in return, we won't release these pictures of your genitalia, and you in a suit and dating whatever. And I'm thinking why are you going after the guy who has unlimited resources, you're a lawyer? You know, there's a good chance that he could do this. Retaliation is going to be swift and evil how desperate are you? And then I thought, wow, how desperate are you? It looks like they're willing to do it to risk that just to not have his paper or is investigator. Find out who it was who hacked his phone and got the pictures. In other words, it's worth it to them to risk everything because they could lose their immunity deal. Now. Part of their immunity. Do is they cannot commit any new new crimes the attorney who wrote the Email is one of the attorneys who's also under the immunity dealer. This could Mickey the whole thing for them. So I started thinking it has to be pretty big for them to go to this length to risk that what is your take? Is that is that makes sense to you? It does make sense. And I have to admit I can't say that with great confidence. Because I don't understand the thinking. This whole episode.

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"annenberg school for" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"annenberg school for" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Scott Galloway is professor of marketing NYU stern school otherwise. But Facebook has a credibility problem in this just adds to it? Even if other companies do it too hasty because mother-in-law credibility problems at some point win telling the truth becomes the exception to the rule because you've employed so much delay innocuous Gatien anything you say is merely question. Facebook's paid data-gathering app wasn't illegal. But it was in violation of Apple's rules on what apps can and cannot do. It's the second app. Facebook is used for this purpose and apple. Kicked both off of the app store. Karen, north is professor of digital social media USC's Annenberg school for most of us. We just say, you know, hey, somebody should be protecting us and maybe for those of us with iphones. It's apple and not necessarily regulators, but being protected by another tech company in this case apple isn't exactly comforting for Cowburn who directs cybersecurity at the eletronic frontier foundation is the only effective regulation comes from other companies than not part of a carefully thought out democratic process, then it's just wars between corporation these questions over who is effectively regulating Facebook are heightened by the fact that Facebook wants to integrate its messenger service with what's happened Instagram. And why you Scott Galloway, what is probably overdue and likely coming that some sort of government intervention. He says Facebook could some point be facing some form of antitrust action in New York, I'm sorry for marketplace. Coming up tomorrow on the marketplace. Morning report. What to look for as Amazon gets set to report. Its earnings Wall Street traders were fed chair j bowels biggest fans today the Powell put look it up. We'll have the details when we do the numbers..

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Nearly half of millennials have deleted Facebook app, study shows

Radio Specials

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

Nearly half of millennials have deleted Facebook app, study shows

"The intense scrutiny over Facebook might be changing the way Americans use the social media platform is specially young people NPR's. Jasmine guards reports according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, a little over half of Facebook users say they've changed their privacy settings in the past year. Facebook is still used mostly by young people. But the pew survey also found that nearly half of users ages eighteen to twenty nine say they've deleted the Facebook app from their phone in the past year. The company is still dealing with the fallout from the Cambridge analytic scandal in which it was found. The tens of millions of users had their data collected without their knowledge ahead of the two thousand sixteen presidential

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Trump says only "FAKE NEWS" is the "enemy of the people"

24 Hour News

02:57 min | 4 years ago

Trump says only "FAKE NEWS" is the "enemy of the people"

"To conduct operations against anyone trying to undermine the elections earlier today. Avant-garde Trump says she didn't agree with their fathers assertion that the media is the enemy of the people in a tweet this afternoon. President Trump Roach. Crackly said, no, he went on to, right. It's the fake news, which is a large percentage of the media that is the enemy of the people, press secretary, Sarah Sanders defense president stance, blaming the media for inflaming tensions repeatedly the media resorts to personal attacks without any content other than to incite anger. I'm Tim Maguire. The Federal Reserve's, leaving its benchmark interest rate unchanged while signaling further gradual rate hikes in the coming months ahead as long as the economy stays healthy the Fed's decision left the central bank's key. Short-term rate at one point seven five percent to two percent which is the level hit in June when the fed boosted the rate. For a second. Time this, year, in June the fed, projected. Four rate hikes this, year and private economists expect the next hike to occur at the September meeting in, a brief, policy statement the fed notes, a strengthening labor market economic activity growing at a strong rate and inflation that's reached the central bank's target of two. Percent annual gains One of, Iceland's top whaling company says it stopped hunting minke whales this year the decision, by Gert is, in response to, a new. Government regulation that's enlarge the protected area for baleen whales the owner of the whaling company says obeying the new, rule would have required sailing out further than normal to harpoon the. Whales and that to do so wasn't. Economically viable he says the temporary halt to whaling comes about a month, earlier, than expected and they'll now, focus on improving their boats for next year's whaling season in a statement the international fund for animal welfare call the, development very good news for minke whales and for Iceland but no did the country it's simply imported minke whale meat from Norway more fallout for, CBS chief les, Moonves over sexual misconduct, allegations against him AP entertainment editor Oscar wells Gabriel reports another academic facility is taking steps to distance himself from The media center at the university of southern California is named after les. Moonves says, and his wife TV host Julie Chen but the school says it, has stopped using that name for now dean willow days says in light of these sexual, misconduct allegations against moon vez the Annenberg school for, communication and journalism will suspend use of the facilities, official name the dean says. The request was made, by moon vis and Chen who is USC graduate Moonves graduated from Bucknell university, this week the, school cut nearly, all its. References on its website linking to moon viz I'm Oscar wells Gabriel Hi it's Jamie progressive's. Employee of the month two months in a. Row leave a.

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Amtrak train partially derails in Washington, DC

Rush Limbaugh

02:06 min | 4 years ago

Amtrak train partially derails in Washington, DC

"Subdivision no work several hours to recover the victim from the residence Sergeant James Hartman with Faulk your county sheriff's office She was pronounced Experts say the saturated soil makes it easy for the tree to, fall Barbara, WMA Ellen WMA. AL dot com we continue to follow the breaking news at Union Station where DC fire EMS remain on the scene after an Amtrak train derailed with close to two hundred people on board. At, the time fortunately no. One was injured Amtrak has since said, in, a tweet quote trained twenty derailed the lead engine coming into Washington Union Station at low speed that lead engine was removed from the train passengers remained on the train and are currently on their move. Into the station DC fire says that all cars. Are now, upright and again there were no injuries reported on a day when Republican and democratic senators introduced new legislation to punish Moscow. For election interference the White House lining up the administration's top security officials to outline what's being done to. Stop cyber intrusions FBI director Christopher Wray says meddling by the Kremlin is. Still going on this. Is a threat we need to. Take extremely seriously And to tackle and respond to with fierce determination and focus and together. With our partners both those here and some of the other partners we've. Talked about I'm confident. That we can protect the integrity Of our democratic institutions and maintain public confidence electoral process we may. Hear from. CBS CEO less Mon vase for the first time today since that bombshell report last week alleging sexual misconduct moon vez is expected to speak out an earnings conference call with Wall Street analysts this afternoon CBS has hired two law firms and formed a special committee. On its board of directors to investigate, harassment and assault claims made by at. Least six women yesterday you announced it was dropping moon Vaz's name from, its Annenberg school for communications and journalism media center while the CBS investigation is underway respondent Dave Alpert Brooks stone filing for.

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