7 Burst results for "Jennifer Lynn Stover"

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The creator but there's also poppy music hip hop even country this isn't the first time the music business has changed the language it uses to refer to music by black artists in nineteen forty two Billboard magazine unveiled a new chart called the Harlem thank then it became race records then bring them in blues and soul the phrase urban contemporary took off in the nineteen seventies using different words from music by black and white artists hi the unequal ways they've been promoted and paid says Jennifer Lynn Stover author of the sonic color line it shapes the way we think and understand how the music industry works and it really high all of these practices over the years the Grammys are going to use the word progressive instead of urban eighty Carson at U. VA says that too could be problematic we just probably have to be careful that you know like the changing of the words don't end up in a just being another like we end up with another euphemism that isn't really that different another euphemism that just ends up meaning music by black artists America Buhari's for market place lake you'll pretty much everybody it seems we do basically all of our meetings around here market place on zoom by its metric the video conference companies quote daily meeting participants that's the phrase they used that's it three hundred million and with success like that obviously comes scrutiny there's a whole encryption thing back when Corentin started if you remember that and today censorship and China an American activist who will the zoom meeting to commemorate the Tiananmen crackdown back in nineteen eighty nine had his account turned off from Washington marketplace Scott Tom has now resumed meeting in question was joined by two hundred and fifty activists discussing the Tiananmen killings from thirty one years ago some logged on from China when the meeting host had zoom account disable days later it was no surprise to Sarah cook she's with the human rights group Freedom House and says tech companies often target Chinese users around the world somebody post something on their account that is deemed to be sensitive in China and Lincoln will then send them a message telling them that their profiles now no longer visible to people in China late yesterday zoom restored the user account but all so said in a statement that it's necessary to comply with local laws around the world to mass customers and data servers in China Graham Webster is with the Stanford cyber policy center it's possible that zoom feels political pressure from China that would lead it to try to stamp out the discourse around the world that the Chinese government wouldn't like this comes at a tough moment for a company that sort in the pandemic it faces stiff competition to hose video meetings and zoom has another issue is technology is not the most secure says Justin Sherman at the Atlantic council think tank which potentially means that zoom or other entities could be turning over access to calls or listening in on conversations many multinational firms now banned soon and today several professors who.

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But there's also poppy music hip hop even country this isn't the first time the music business has changed the language it uses to refer to music by black artists in nineteen forty two Billboard magazine unveiled a new chart called the Harlem thank then it became race records Denver the little blues and soul the phrase urban contemporary took off in the nineteen seventies using different words from music by black and white artists hi the unequal ways they've been promoted and paid says Jennifer Lynn Stover author of the sonic color line it's the way we think and understand how the music industry works and it really high all of these practices over the years the Grammys are going to use the word progressive instead of urban eighty Carson at U. VA says that too could be problematic we just probably have to be careful that you know like the changing of the words don't end up in a just being another like we end up with another euphemism that isn't really that different another euphemism that just ends up meaning music by black artists America Paris for market place like you'll pretty much everybody it seems we do basically all of our meetings around her market place on zoom by its metric the video conference companies quote daily meeting participants that's the phrase they used that's it three hundred million and with success like that obviously comes scrutiny there's a whole encryption thing back when Corentin started if you remember that and today's censorship and China an American activist who will the zoom meeting to commemorate the Tiananmen crackdown back in nineteen eighty nine had his account turned off from Washington marketplace Scott Tom has now resumed meeting in question was joined by two hundred fifty activists discussing the Tiananmen killings from thirty one years ago some logon from China when the meeting host had ism account disable days later it was no surprise to Sarah cook she's with the human rights group Freedom House and says tech companies often target Chinese users around the world somebody post something on their account that is deemed to be sensitive in China and Lincoln will then send them a message telling them that their profiles now no longer visible to people in China late yesterday zoom restored the user account but also said in a statement that it's necessary to comply with local laws around the world your best customers and data servers in China Graham Webster is with the Stanford cyber policy center it's possible that zoom feels political pressure from China that would lead it to try to stamp out discourse around the world that the Chinese government wouldn't light this comes at a tough moment for a company that sort in the pandemic it faces stiff competition to host video meetings and zoom has another issue is technology is not the most secure says Justin Sherman at the Atlantic council think tank which potentially means that zoom or other entities could be turning over access to calls or listening in on conversations many multinational firms now banned soon and today several professors who teach China studies said.

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The creator but there's also a poppy music hip hop even country this isn't the first time the music business has changed the language it uses to refer to music by black artists in nineteen forty two Billboard magazine unveiled a new chart called the Harlem thank then it became race records Denver them in blues and soul the phrase urban contemporary took off in the nineteen seventies using different words from music by black and white artists hi the unequal ways they've been promoted and paid says Jennifer Lynn Stover author of the sonic color line it's six three we think and understand how the music industry works and it really high all of these practices over the years the Grammys are going to use the word progressive instead of urban eighty Carson at U. VA says that too could be problematic we just probably have to be careful that you know like the changing of the words don't end up in a just being another likely end up with another euphemism that isn't really that different another euphemism that just ends up meaning music by black artists America bears for market place like you'll pretty much everybody it seems we do basically all of our meetings around here market place on zoom by its metric the video conference companies quote daily meeting participants that's the phrase they used that's it three hundred million and with success like that obviously comes scrutiny there's a whole encryption thing back when Corentin started if you remember that and today censorship and China an American activist who will the zoom meeting to commemorate the Tiananmen crackdown back in nineteen eighty nine had his account turned off from Washington marketplace scuttling has now resumed meeting in question was joined by two hundred fifty activists discussing the tenement killings from thirty one years ago some logged on from China when the meeting host had ism account disable days later it was no surprise to Sarah cook she's with the human rights group Freedom House and says tech companies often target Chinese users around the world somebody post something on their account that is deemed to be sensitive in China and Lincoln will then send them a message telling them that their profiles now no longer visible to people in China late yesterday zoom restored the user account but also said in a statement that it's necessary to comply with local laws around the world to miss customers and data servers in China Graham Webster is with the Stanford cyber policy center it's possible that zoom feels political pressure from China that would lead it to try to stamp out discourse around the world that the Chinese government wouldn't like this comes at a tough moment for a company that's stored in the pandemic it faces stiff competition to hose video meetings and zoom has another issue is technology is not the most secure says Justin Sherman at the Atlantic council think tank which potentially means that zoom or other entities could be turning over access to calls or listening in on conversations many multinational firms now banned soon and today several professors who.

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:44 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Two items with which to t of this next story, first of all Merriam, Webster Dictionary people say they are going to revise the entry for the word racism to more accurately reflect how systemic oppression is. Item number two of the recording academy. The people in charge of the grammys are going to drop the word urban from their award categories. Couple of record labels have done the same thing drop in that word. Radio stations are moving that way as well. Marketplace's Eric Barris, now on what's in a word after tyler, the Creator won a grammy in January. He had some thoughts about the way his music is categorized. That urban word is just a politically correct way to save the inward to me. There's urban. Contemporary Urban Latino Urban. Gospel and more, the word really only means one thing, says Carson a professor of hip hop at the University of Virginia. Genre categories have attempted really to correspond to the bodies of the people who make the music more than describing what we might observer here to be unique characteristics of any of the music. This being produced because there's a range of music being produced there tyler the creator. But there's also poppy music hip hop, even country. This isn't the first time the music business has changed the language. It uses to refer to music by black artists. In nineteen, forty, two billboard magazine unveiled a new chart call the Harlem hit parade. Then! It became grace records, then rhythm and Blues, then soul, the phrase urban contemporary took off in the nineteen seventies, using different words for music by black and white artists hide the unequal ways they've been promoted and paid, says Jennifer Lynn Stover author of the sonic color line shapes the way we think, and understand how music industry works and it really highs, all of these practices over the years the grammys are gonNA. Use The word progressive, instead of Urban Eighty Carson at Uva says that too could be problematic. We just probably have to be careful. The you know like the changing of the words don't end up. You know just being another, we end up with another euphemism. That isn't really that different. Another euphemism that just ends up meaning music by black artists. I'm Eric Barris for marketplace. Go pretty much everybody. It seems we do basically all of our meetings around here. Marketplace on zoom by its metric video conference companies quote daily meeting participants. That's the phrase they use. That's hit three hundred million and with success like that obviously comes scrutiny. There's a whole encryption thing back when quarantine started. If you remember that and today, censorship and China American activists who held Zoom Meeting to commemorate the tournament crackdown back in Nineteen, eighty-nine had his account turned off from Washington marketplace's Scott. Tong has now won. The Zoom meeting in question was joined by two hundred fifty activists discussing the ten denman killings from thirty one years ago. Some logged on from China. When the meeting host had zoom account disabled days later, it was no surprise to Sarah Cook. She's with the human rights group Freedom House and says tech companies often target Chinese users around the world. Somebody will post something on their account that is deemed to be sensitive in China and Lincoln will then send them a message telling them that their profiles now no longer visible the people in China late yesterday Zum restored the user account, but it also said in a statement that it's necessary to comply with local law around the World Zuma's customers and data servers in China Graham Webster is with the Stanford Cyber, policy. Policy Center, it's possible that zoom feels political pressure from China that would lead it to try to stamp out discourse around the that the Chinese government wouldn't like. This comes a tough moment for a company that soared in the pandemic. It faces stiff competition to host video meetings and zoom has another issue is technology is not the most secure, says Justin Sherman at the Atlantic Council, think tank which potentially means that zoom or other entities could be turning over access to calls or listening in on conversations, many multinational firms now banned zoom and today's several professors who teach China. Studies said they won't use it either..

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"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on KCRW

"Country this isn't the first time the music business has changed the language it uses to refer to music by black artists in nineteen forty two Billboard magazine unveiled a new chart called the Harlem thank you then it became race records then bring them in blues and soul the phrase urban contemporary took off in the nineteen seventies using different words from music by black and white artists hi the unequal ways they've been promoted and paid says Jennifer Lynn Stover author of the sonic color line it shapes the way we think and understand how the music industry works and it really high all of these practices over the years the Grammys are going to use the word progressive instead of urban eighty Carson at U. VA says that too could be problematic we just probably have to be careful that you know like the changing of the words don't end up in a just being another like we end up with another euphemism that isn't really that different another euphemism that just ends up meaning music by black artists America Paris for market place lake you'll pretty much everybody it seems we do basically all of our meetings around here market place on zoom by its metric the video conference companies quote daily meeting participants that's the phrase they used that's a three hundred million and with success like that obviously comes scrutiny there's a whole encryption thing back when Corentin started if you remember that and today censorship and China an American activist who will the zoom meeting to commemorate the Tiananmen crackdown back in nineteen eighty nine had his account turned off from Washington marketplace Scott Tom has now resumed meeting in question was joined by two hundred fifty activists discussing the cameraman killings from thirty one years ago some logged on from China when the meeting host had ism account disabled days later it was no surprise to Sarah cook she's with the human rights group Freedom House and says tech companies often target Chinese users around the world somebody post something on their account that is deemed to be sensitive in China and Lincoln will then send them a message telling them that their profiles now no longer visible to people in China late yesterday zoom restored the user account but also said in this it meant that it's necessary to comply with local laws around the world to mass customers and data servers in China Graham Webster is with the Stanford cyber policy center it's possible that zoom feels political pressure from China that would lead it to try to stamp out discourse around the world that the Chinese government wouldn't like this comes at a tough moment for a company that's stored in the pandemic it faces stiff competition to hose video meetings and zoom has another issue is technology is not the most secure says Justin Sherman at the Atlantic council think tank which potentially means that zoom or other entities could be turning over access to calls or listening in on conversations many multinational firms now bands soon and today several professors who teach China.

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Three pm turned on her playlist of nineties hip hop. Things like juvenile and Tori. Puff daddy. And she says she listened to for an hour, and was feeling joyful and dancing turned it off. Sat down to watch the news. And then there's a knock at her door and her neighbors had called the police on her for playing loud music instead of ignoring it and saying, hey, it's Saturday someone's in a good mood downstairs or knocking on her door again creating community relationships having conversation about it. They just went straight to the police and police abruptly knocked on the door scared her in her own home made her feel like even though she has the right to be there the class status to be in this particular place. She didn't belong in this neighborhood that her her white neighbors don't tolerate her ways of being enter consciously listening for it. We can also amplify sounds. We hear the more. We fixated on certain sounds the more we begin to notice and attuned to them. Right. So it's a story over and over again of people being silenced, literally. Yes. You're opening up. This whole kind of language that to me seems to be about the ethics of listener the ethics of hearing moving from sonic prejudice to a model of sonic inclusiveness for that is a legacy that I can leave. I would be honored and appreciative. I I really encourage people to stop and observe reactions that we've come to understand as natural or immediate to sound. Why am I upset at this particular moment that my neighbor is playing a certain kind of music? Why am I upset that? My neighbors are using their front yard to have a party versus their backyard sound triggers a lot of these deeply-held feelings about race and class. And the way we think about race and class influences what we hear. And if we can really begin to break that automatic assumption. A lot of things can change. Jennifer Lynn Stover teaches at Binghamton university. She's the author of the sonic color line. And also editor in chief of the sound. Studies.

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"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jennifer lynn stover" Discussed on Phantom Power: Sounds about Sound

"Race. We think of it as a visual phenomenon. But race as sound to. Hey guys, welcome back sisters. Everyone. When you heard those voices, did you give a race class, perhaps some kind of s Ignatius of character, and if so why do we do this? Where does this discriminating ear come from a MAC? And I'm Christiane phantom, power. We listened to race or to put it correctly, we examine how we are always listening to race. Our guide is Jennifer Lynn Stover, associate professor of English at the state university of New York. Binghamton stover's, the author of the sonic color line race. And the cultural politics of listening, a book that argues that white racism depends, just as much on the ear as it does the I she shows. How listening has been used slavery to distinguish separate black and white, and how African American artists, and critics like Richard. Right. Lead belly and Lena Horne have identified critiqued, and pushed, the boundaries of this sonnet color. Chris, when I spoke to Jennifer, she reminded me of a story that really shows how high the stakes of this kind of listening can be. I talk in the in the opening of the book about the case of Jordan Davis. It.

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