17 Burst results for "Professor Of Journalism"
"professor journalism" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I'm Melinda Roeder on Katy K a radio. By some lenses. A professor journalism communications Waynesburg, You know, I'm a big fan of Waynesburg many many years ago, I was spokesperson very honored to do so. My friend Roger obviously gave the commencement there. We've always been promoting Waynesburg through the years. Many of my great producers Greg family who was here earlier today. Ah, graduate. Of course in that school, many others So tell me about the town of Waynesburg and just kind of take me down Main Street. I've never been there. I've always wanted to go there. Don't ask me why, but it's on my back. It lives to go visit Waynesburg. Well, come on down, and we'll be lunch sometime. Me that love that. You know, Waynesburg is great. It's you know, we're kind of nestled away down there and a little bit isolated. It's in Green County. Which, by the way, is one of those counties that has had a total of 185 Corona virus cases since March. That's it. That's it. One fatality, right. So we're doing really well down there on. I think it's just because you know, it's a close knit community. People care about each other, you know, again, kind of nestled away around. They're none of my students are taking public transportation. Everybody sort of Following the rules as best they can, But Main Street is great. It's this, you know, kind of an old town where you've got the old historic hotels and old buildings down there and a couple of really great shops down there. There's In a four kids candy. That's a great place to get some fantastic pizza shops down there and antique shops, so it's a great place to just go And and actually, it's a beautiful drive this time of year because of all the leaves that have changed colors. In Green County, and it's great. I mean, you've got you know the college right there. That is sort of, you know, creates a vibe and and a pulse to the community, and you've got a lot of people down there that air drillers right because of the fracking, right? That's taking place down there on DSO. You know, like it's there's just a lot going on. We get a lot of people coming through, and a lot of those people that are are drillers. Um, you know, right now they're they're very concerned about what's happening right now. With the election. Everybody's kind of keeping an eye on it. So right now, you kind of see everybody with their campaign signs. You know, on on both sides of the aisle and just a beautiful drive. It's just It's really lively. Come on down. I hear in landing for Terry. Obviously the great the legend landing for Terry. Teaches there as well. I have heard for years. So many great stories about Wayne's Berg. That university it really is five stars. Is it not? You know, it is its exceptional because we're big enough to have all the toys that you need to play with, for, like hands on classes, whether it's in the nursing school or Criminal justice, or, you know, in communications, of course, but it's also not too big, So our students come in, and they get to have that hands on experience. Right away is freshman. They don't have to wait until they're upperclassman. So we're just like cranking out talent down there. I love my students. Do I learned from them almost as much as I probably as much as they learned from me. Well, let me tell you something. One of the latest is a senior down there. Ed Diorio. I can't believe how ramped up these young people are such a young age as faras the tools of the trade. They do things at their age, But I couldn't even imagine doing at that age, right. It's really impressive. I think we have eight. Either current or former might be nine current or former Waynesburg graduates and Waynesburg students working here at Katie Kay and at the fan Well, just know that we appreciate that. OK, well, I'll keep doing my best to crank out the talent does that and I will do my best to take credit for all of their success is even though each and every one of them is just driven on their own. And I'm proud. Well, all starts with a good teacher. Don't know Ms. Take that. Thank you, Melinda. Thank you. Alright. 866391, 10 20. Let's get to the phone. Let's go to Ah Jack in Chester, West Virginia Hijack. Are you in love? Good morning. Um You know something that people don't talk about Andi, Willie don't know Woz. It's ah Probably the most awful when this thing that's ever happened in politics. Your country's history. Okay? And that is this attempted coup. The overthrow of a duly elected president of the United States of America. And we know now for a fact my knew it back then. It was the Democratic Party in the DNC that were behind us people with their aerial country, But your people they've already arrested may be executed sentence Too many years in prison. So you so jacker you kind of calling this treason in your mind? It's absolutely freezing. And we're sitting The crew of the heavens. Perpetuating. This attempted coup. We went through the Washington thing for three years they were lying on the media. And in Congress. Four point years about this man. We spent $40 million on investigations, six of them. With nothing people were broken. We start general. Other people went to prison. One alive. And they shove this under the world and we know who Was involved in this. It was the former administration. There's absolutely no question about this. We have the Russian hoax. Then we have the Ukraine hoax. Then the impeachment thing was going on when China China With this robin. China. Come on. You know what? He said something. He said. It's probably not about me. This is really not, he said. This is really they're not really after me. They're after you. Meaning us our Children and grandchildren. Globalist. They have a totally different That's why you don't understand what they're doing. They have a totally different view of the United States and you and May and the president. And hopefully about 70 million other people have well, let's just hope. That people will actually think issues before they go vote, Jack, I've got to get it up for the sports and some other things. And I will be in this afternoon tomorrow. And also Tuesday night in the Friday afternoon and then back on the weekends. Thank you, sir. All right, listen, I want to take any care radio is your chance to win your way to see great. Got field live at the Starlight driving in October on the 25th this month, courtesy of Druskin Entertainment. Visit.
"professor journalism" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Atlanta has definitely taken the crown from New York and I know I got a lot of New York listeners just deal with it is to true we have taken the crown from you and now all of a sudden New York cats like every sermon are trying to take credit for putting Atlanta on the maps are no you didn't do that that's called fake news we'll talk more about a four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three men does Gayle king story continues to develop okay as you know Gayle king interviewed Lisa Leslie do we have that clip will played on the other side she interviewed Lisa Leslie about Kobe Bryant Gayle king decided to ask Lisa Leslie about the rape allegations against Kobe Bryant many years ago that were dropped well she didn't stop there Gayle king then follow back up after Lisa Leslie fit listen he wasn't that kind of guy I never saw that it didn't happen and then Gayle king says well you're his friend you would know well guess what why are you asking her if she would not know but anyway she have received significant backlash from members of the hip hop community as well as actual mainstream journalist there's an article right now rolling out magazine the society of professional journalists let me say that again the society of professional journalists build some heavy cats said and I quote ethical journalism treat sources subjects colleagues and members of the public as human beings deserving of respect the organization also states that journalists should balance the public's need for information against potential harm a discomfort the pursuit of the news is not a license what error against or undue intrusiveness they were talking about Gayle king Christopher Daniel a multimedia journalist professor journalism professor at Clark Atlanta university shared his thoughts professor Daniel said and I quote Gil was fine with the first question given Kobe's connection with Lisa it was fine I given the context was around legacy a legacy can be both positive and negative I would only ask that question and leave it there anything after giving Gail's body language and persistent probing was unnecessary premeditated and off topic just as I said yesterday four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three what say you you getting real the real is Manal radio is the wrist shot which morning show was this a man was shot Richard the real this man a radio host of the wrist shot retreat morning show listen hold all phone calls because this right here is a re broadcast but you can always catch me live Monday through Friday from seven AM until ten AM yep wake up with the big call me news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. O. K. J. all.
"professor journalism" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Forms radio and audio of course television newspapers to your social media feeds as well and often times that information comes nowadays in the form of charts and graphs and therein lies the challenge because by their very nature and by our often cursory glances the trusting grass might not be telling us what we think they're telling us that is the subject of Alberto Cairo his new book is called how charts lie he's a professor of journalism at the university of Miami press walk with program hi thanks for having me so there's gonna be a tricky one to do on the radio but we're we're going to do our best visual journalism and data being a little bit of an adventure on the radio let me ask you a very basic question first when you look at a chart I'm how do you look at it you're you're a trained observer of these things yes most of the time when we see charts we didn't approach and I see they wear either serrations that's something that we can just look at and understand quickly and and that's actually not true I learned the hard way that the right way to approach Charlie's to always pay attention to it assuming that he's not an inspiration but official argument or not even make visual so what you have to you have to look at a couple of things I gather by reading this book first of all you have to look at how it's designed how it's laid out with the measurements are all of those things he's also quite important to pay attention to what is being measured and how so it's good to take a look at the definitions behind the numbers that are being represented in the chart is very easy to be misled by them and there are several examples of that in the book there are in their great a lot of them are political which were going to steer away from just as we do business and economics but there is one that that I love that we've seen is William times since president trump assumed office and that is the chart of job growth in the United States under president trump which is you know up into the right as the saying goes right we're adding jobs in this country but then you zoom out a little bit and the picture is quite different it is quite different because the the trend the outboard trend that we say witnessing an evening job growth and economic development and improvement is something that can be done Charlie all right on the president Obama that doesn't mean that you know the the current administration cannot take credit for the economy they can I think but at the same time but we need to acknowledge that these trends become far earlier and it's just I I line up forty five degree angle line what with a couple of sprinkles and it would yeah yeah yeah yeah but that gets to be a bigger point I guess which I want to discuss for a little bit and that is this idea that you look at a chart and a lot of times you see what you want to see there is this confirmation bias going on with a chart or a graph or what have you correct and it's very easy to fall to the fully to that to basically project on to the chart what we already want to believe actually the title of the book would have perfectly being how we lie to ourselves with charts rather than how to fly the challenge of course is that while you and I have been having a fairly light hearted conversation about some of the mistakes that are made with both making the charge and interpreting them the problem is that not infrequently policy both business and regulatory and economic take your pick is made as a result of some of the charge that we see out there in the public sphere correct and and that is why it's so important to be able to the sign good charts on those who become better readers of charts being able to extract the right meaning from those graphs and maps and diagrams that we see everyday because otherwise we will jump to the wrong to the wrong conclusions because Charles can be very persuasive they may persuade us in the wrong way are leaders in their own way it's a book called how charts live by about her car he's a journalist designer also professor journalism at the university of Miami professor.
"professor journalism" Discussed on Around the Horn
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"professor journalism" Discussed on KTOK
"In the press. is on their best seller list for fifteen weeks in a row one more week and that's four months by my calculation in its driving them nuts and I wanna thank all you live in I tuned patriots out there. we're really concerned about what's happening to our country. the media have taken sides. and you know I've been saying for the longest time as I write in my book and now the backbenchers of course regurgitated. the media do not follow the Democrat party the media lead the Democrat party. anyone who claims they've been saying it for a long time or a put up or shut up. this is one of the core points in on freedom of the press. which virtually every radio host in TV host. as red. but does not cite. but half a million of you have read it. in various forms or listen to it. and this is a core point in the book you cannot distinguish between. most so called journalists in the modern media. and the Democrat party in the left. in the media push and prod the Democrat party in the social activism agenda. this isn't something that some talk show host can just pop off off the top of their head. nana this is something that required scholarship and research to determine which is exactly what I did. I looked into what these professors journalism schools at N. Y. U. in other places. have been teaching journalism students this is how I know it. so I understand their hosts out there who steal the scholarship of other people. and are jealous and thin skinned but that's just the way it is. I will continue to make this point I make it again to. there's a piece in politico. which is a very liberal so called news website. any piece written by Michael Calderone. the liberal. Caldwell media's climate change blitz take root now think about that time. may we got a lot to cover today I'll move. from here and there but I want to spend a little bit of time on this will medius climate change blitz take. hold. what. right in the title there's a confession. that the media. our hysterically and desperately potion. the climate change. ideology. now let's step back. before I get into the rest of this article what is climate change about. it's the old red movement dressed up as a green movement. this anti capitalist men again. the scholarship that I did on this is. is really. quite clear. its unassailable. like Marxism like so called democratic socialism. this is imported. from your most specifically it's imported from Germany. this ideology and what it's about ladies and gentleman is hi jacking the environmental movement..
"professor journalism" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Riding with the culture of scandal with an exemplar of both the occupant in the White House who was a product of a discount version of celebrity culture and his needless to say also might in scandal. Turbie Miller research professor at the university of California professor in veto at the the communication sociology university that they'll Norte in Columbia, and professor journalism media and culture studies at Loughborough university in London joins us, one of the world's leading analysts of popular culture media and their connection to the politics of everyday life. We'll discuss the trial in popular opinion underway of the late. Michael Jackson following a devastating HBO documentary about the king of Pop's unusual relationships with young boys, we will assess the comparisons to the way the media built up Trump by giving him six billion dollars worth of free advertising. But now a tearing down the president of they helped elect to how the patent of celebrity impunity that I J Simpson and Bill Cosby. Enjoyed was suddenly turned from two vilification as the horrible truth submerged about who these celebrities really are will this happen to Donald Trump or more to the point Willie's. Follow us believe it when the awful truth is revealed to them, then we'll speak with Nicole hammer, a professor at the Miller center for public affairs at the university of Virginia and author of messages of the right, conservative media and the transformation of American politics. She joins us to discuss a radical at CNN, why the Trump Fox News relationship really is unprecedented and the revelations in the New Yorker by Jane Mayer of how incestuous the ties between the owner of Fox News, and the Trump family are along with how blood the lines between White House policy and the FOX propaganda machine, which both shapes policy and promotes Trump's presidency. Then finally with the White House trying to limit damage in the Senate ahead of the coming vote of disapproval of Trump's Birgitta declaration, which the house has already rejected. We'll speak with Ira Shapiro who spent twelve years in the United States Senate as counsel to the majority leader and in other senior positions as well. As being the author of the last great, Senate, courage and statesmanship in times of crisis and his latest book broken can the Senate save it self and the country. We'll speculate on what it will take for the Senate to return to regular order and start acting like a separate branch of government from the White House. And joining us now is tubby Miller research, professor at the university of California riverside, and professor invitation at the squad communicating associated at the university that they'll not in Colombia, and he is a professor at the institute for media and creative industries at Lauper university in London, one of the world's leading analysts of popular culture media and their connection to the politics of everyday life. He's books include greening, the media and blow up the humanities. And he's latest book is greenwashing culture. Welcome to background briefing. Tubby mila. Thank you very much. It's great to be back with you. Well, thank you Taibbi. And as a globalized academic. You are also able to comment both on American culture and its impact on the world. I don't know that the HBO documentary on leaving never land was played in the UK, but it certainly created a stir over here. And once again, we are reminded of how the media and celebrity culture builds up the celebrities makes them immune to criticism in a way. Then the Bill Cosby's in the Kelly's and now Michael Jackson come crashing down. And of course, prior to that. Of course, you had also J Simpson so how do you proceed with the issue of Michael Jackson in particular way on the one hand? You should be able to believe the stories of those that have been molested particularly children. But on the other hand, you have to realize that the accused are innocent until proven guilty. Well, it's very complicated. All Beasley in terms of those who sadly of costal as in Jackson's case, they have no opportunity to defend themselves against these current allegations. And nor do the accusers have the opportunity to have day in court. Of course, they have been involved in. Cases against the Jackson state one of two of which are ongoing in terms of the reception. Here the documentary hasn't aired yet. But there is massive newspaper magazine and television and radio coverage all Vicks because of the status of Michael Jackson as a culture hero. He is just as important in Britain in Brazil in Columbia in Australia in Hong Kong, as he is in the United States, one of these issues that's being discussed, of course, is that of race and the way in which black men are so often attacked, and especially attacked sexual in popular culture. The fact that Oprah Winfrey just conducted an interview with two of the men who are testifying in the documentary and done so in her role. Not only is a black public, intellectual. But also. It was the sexual abuse. Survival has complicated story. I think very considering the other factor, it's important here. And you mentioned people like R Kelly in the contemporary moment and OJ back in the early to mid nineteen ninety s is of course, that celebrities in general. Rather Phoenix like they can emerge from the ashes, unlike what if Scott FitzGerald says there are saying that in American politics about if I can stretch these metaphysics as far as you can imagine them like era sake and fly too close to the sun. And then, of course, comes to be a terrible rendering. So on the one hand, there are massive numbers of fans lined up to defend Michael Jackson's reputation criticize all his accuses especially when there's a racial component on the other. The idea of the talented black man reaches in some way. And also getting massive recognition is end denounced he's also hovering in the league's SIMS about final accounting of his life and career. Well, of course, Toby Miller, it's holiday, I mean, it seems like an awful coincidence that all of the people that we're talking about here who have flown too, close to the sun and cry. Crashed and burned are all black, man. OJ Cosby R Kelly and Michael Jackson, and that definitely I suppose offset by some of the metoo accusations against Harvey Weinstein. But still it does seem disproportionate. Oh, absolutely. And especially when there is a long long story going back to the days of slavery and the end of the reconstruction era and the attempts to typify black man is sexually. Uncontrolled beasts is positive the systematic dehumanizing of the African American male in much of the United States culture. Great difficulty in navigating the states between while the law, rightly says should be the protection of children in this case protections women in the case, it seems odd Kelly in his certainly in the case of Bill Cosby, and it appears the case j instance, and on the other hand this tendency to corral, black men and them and hold them to what is affect a different standard. As you rightly say metoo has really shed light on the criminal misconduct of many white men in Hollywood. But by and large we tend to even though we have one set of laws of this meant to apply to everybody in the United States, apply the more powerfully against men against women, and especially apply the more powerfully against African American and Latino men than we didn't particularly two white men between us extend Asian men, and we have to sign that complicated line between treating Michael Jackson as an African American figure. Entreating him as one more US citizen bounds to the Republic laws that bind us together law than anything else. And again, I'm speaking with tubby Miller who a research professor at the university of California riverside and a professor invitation at the squirrel communicating on sociale at the university that del Norte in Columbia. And he's a professor at the institute for media and creative industries at Loughborough university in London, and he's one of the world's leading analysts up popular culture media and the connection to the politics of everyday life. Life. And he's books include greening, the media and blow up the humanities, and he's latest book is greenwashing culture while but the lowest as long as we've had the law has been subject to purchase. And the, you know, even though Justice is blind. Nevertheless, the rich tend to bamboo, by they way out of trouble. And that seems to be a classic case with Michael Jackson and also with OJ as well Cosby, of course, had two trials and wasn't successful on the second one R Kelly we that know about him. But in the case of giant and Michael Jackson. How do you separate out the sexual accusations and the accusations of murder in the case of Jay? And the fact that he was a great football player and Michael Jackson's the king of pop well in the case of Mr Simpson, of course, the other factor is that some of the police investigating the crime appear to have been racial bigotry. We recall the misconduct on both in terms of simple police competence, but also interns all they being racial prejudice involved. Taibbi. There's another side to that though. The two cops who along with Furman who were in charge came to the house on the first call. They were completely snowed by j celebrity, and they let him go to Chicago for a speaking engagement and a lot of the prosecutor thought that that was just an absolute gift to J normally when you grab somebody closest in time to crime. And that's when you hear your sweat them. You know, but if you give them a couple of days to think about it that's a bit of a gift. Well, of course in in counterplay juxtaposition to race question is the celebrity question. And similarly when it comes to Michael being king of pop and Oprah saying, you're not just king popular almost king. There is a tidal wave of positive feeling that is immensely powerful. And there's also prejudicial direction. This is not a simple matter. The other question here that I think has to be dealt with is that in a non monarchical Republicans society, and I used Republican while the low case are like the United States. You have what you have in this country in Britain, which is the bedroll was apathetic, unelected uneducated moronic monarchy. Onto whom projects ideas about behavior way. You look at for example, lady and Prince Charles marriage and all the standard with a crude is a constant her tragic death, and that becomes in part a way of projecting. How you yourself might. Right. That's a traditional role in constitutional monarchies of the monkey. They didn't do any real work that they represent a notion of how a family operates well with celebrities in the United States, and in other countries that don't have model is that's what the level of a celebrity dots. It's a place to project an imagined Ottaway behaving, whether it's about fun fast calls castles, beachside residences, or it's about drugs. Decadence misuse of Powell, right? Whether it's sunny, positive side or. The negative whether it's being the king of Paul or being a child molester. Whether it's being an entrepreneur supporting independent filmmaking, the United States or it's being a of sexual harass. Whether it's being a major hit up artist or a serial offender against women's rights, and in parts, fascination with the positives. And negatives of these celebrities is about projecting the extremities of our own lies around fantasies. Yes. In the same way as the obsession with the British Royal family manages to do. Well, obviously, the Royal family, but from Prince Philip's driving habits in the fact that the Prince Charles apparently was was given donations from a shady Russian oligarch to rehabilitate a stately home. The fact that we have a president that comes out of a celebrity culture. We have reality television president, and that's never happened before you've never had in the political realm somebody that is so much a creature of celebrity so much a person who craves celebrity to the point where he pretended to be on public relations person in order to get better coverage from full magazines that he would appear on the richest four hundred list, which she absolutely almost ruled his life still to this day. You know, he's a phony billionaire who craves to be a billionaire. And in fact, we learned from Michael Cowan ironically that Trump didn't expect to win and didn't wanna. A win that he thought running for president was the greatest infomercial in history. And it would do wonders for the Trump brand. And he could make a fortune living. Now, of course, he's in the world's greatest goldfish bowl under enormous scrutiny. And his celebrity is wearing off his reality..
"professor journalism" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You know this University, of Georgia, dean Slash. Professor journalism, and law I'm. Sorry journalism and communication mash communication What he said. About his, friends he grew. Up with We need to discuss. And again this might Kinda make, you go what, is crock office rocker today, the office meds but we need to, discuss maybe If what he did was inappropriate believe it or not and I'll tell, you why that could. Actually be something coming up at nine o'clock right after the news at nine thirty don't miss the couple the daughter of Dr Robert Jeffress and her husband who had triplets and are being featured, on a TLC reality show going, to be an, interesting discussion at nine thirty tonight With. So many things but I I I'm still talking about this AM student if you're just joining us who is holding up signs saying homeless hungry for success take a resume People were saying oh I'm so proud of. Him he's. Not asking for money and oh it's so innovative and he's got more than he says more than two hundred more than. Two hundred, companies, have reached out to him so far. One is already offered to put him up at a, hotel while he goes through, the interview process So, you tell me if you. Think this guy based on what he's, doing is somebody that really we should take a look at if we're an employer you know or if you think it's cute but. Dude no. Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ AP is our number eight hundred two eight nine two two seven It's just that the dude went out with no plan he, drove from am from Texas to the Silicon Valley and, he, blew through savings and was living in his car and so he's standing there holding a sign look I suppose you, could say it's admirable but do went out there without a. Plan dude did not you know why didn't, he Why does. He go, get a job when he when his savings, was I. Don't know we we don't know how much a savings was I? Mean if he went there with one hundred bucks? You don't do you think he's still, great guy that you want to hire why. Didn't he apply. For a, job at McDonalds When he was down to Last. Thousand dollars, or something right I mean did he literally show up in the Silicon Valley without even a hotel room Did. He. Literally sleep, car from day one thank you I'll just I'll get a job right away This does not make me wanna hire guy It does not and again the ready fire, aim mentality instead of getting a? Job for what would you tell your son This was your son son or son get a job of some kind I and then worked from, there that's my advice, would be don't, ever go somewhere without a job unless. You have a. Ton of, savings projected out show me the plans but I'd say show, me the money as it were Now, on the same token I will tell you that one of the reasons why I'm. Here talking to on the radio, is because I did whatever it took to get to this position legally and morally ethically, but I mean I shook doors down kick doors. Down harassed bother again harass people. Calling them sending them stuff to the point where some of them really don't like me didn't it's been twenty something. Years now but I, know the crap, out of some people calling and whatever I, remember driving all night when I got a call from Lexington Kentucky That they were interested in, me, being one of their talk show host and this is I, mean again this is where I before I had my. First full-time talk show us a, big would have. Been an amazing break and so I told my wife. Let's do this let's just drive and show up there in the morning impressed them show how much and I did. And it ended, up being the general manager, wouldn't even meet, with me he was like offended that I showed up. Expecting them do but the director was really cool and he was impressive he's all excited. Saddened, when he, came out and said that it was like holy crap so I, mean I did things that were like this regard like but. Driving all the way down there and spending a night they're coming back that's not a. Big deal but And we drove by nine hours or something I don't remember. How long it. Took us to get there, but I. Don't think this displays characteristics of somebody that I'd wanna hire other than. Being aggressive and balls to the wall if you'll forgive the, Dillingham But this does not. Qualify you in any way I don't know the one thing I will show is it you're hungry and that you're. Willing to do whatever it takes to get that that is something that I. Always had as a strength and that is good I will tell you that I will. Eight hundred to eight eight nine two two. Seven that's eight hundred two eight eight WBZ AP now this reminds me of a guy in San Antonio that teenage guy who said he couldn't get a job and he couldn't get a job. 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"professor journalism" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That number again is eight six six seven three three six seven eight six or email us forum at kqedorg that's forum at kqedorg joining us today here in studios muhammed cheque's director of media and communications with critical resistance regress rubes group which seeks to end what it calls the prison industrial complex and welcome to the program thank you thank you for having me and we're hoping to link up with todd gatlin who's professor journalism and sociology at columbia university former president of students for a democratic society many books his include the intellectuals in the flag momma let me begin with you why not wave the flag especially when you're out for example protesting showing contemporary left in general has it's not exactly a popular sentiment yeah and i think that sentiment comes from the what this flag symbolizes for a lot of people for many in the united states and certainly for a lot of people across the world the american flag is the symbol that many people i encounter when it comes to war for instance the devastation the violence the economic oppression that people face this is what this flag symbolizes and has symbolize for a very long time and we don't want to be as communities that are in resistance particularly in this particular moment don't want to be raising up this symbol of violence that many see as a symbol of oppression and represents the policies of this country don't want to be raising it up an ample the social symbol of course if he would jima of american nationalism and the pledge of allegiance and american wars have been fought and people have died in those wars pretty manifold symbol to put it mildly wipe concentrate on that as opposed to the more patriotic kinds of things you're concentrating yeah because one one of the ways that we want to be celebrating the the positive things about what communities have done in this country is to actually be lifting up those communities rather than this overbearing flag the symbol that actually encompasses and overshadows the contributions that those have made and particularly in this political moment when the rise of right wing groups have really taken up the flag when donald trump goes and hugs the flag for instance i think it really speaks truth to what this flag represents and we don't get to decide what kind of symbolism what value it's given this is this is what it has represented and you mentioned for example the the pledge of allegiance and you know the pledge of allegiance is a perfect example of how we manufacturer this kind of hegemony in this society is when colin kaepernick for instance is completely demonized for simply kneeling for protesting during the national anthem and i think that we need to find an alternative rather than say let's reclaim the flag or let's embrace this patriotism i think we need to move away from that and finding alternative that actually celebrates our resistance and the and the contributions of communities in the society todd good laborde here excuse me actually learn bring a caller aboard here and here with elizabeth has to say lose business with us from petaluma good morning good morning thank you for taking my call i wanted to emphasize that you can really never know who.
"professor journalism" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Investigator oh my gosh swallow well this stupid the judge is relying on a series of facts the fbi in the pfizer court swore to if the facts are wrong because they were based on a crap dossier crap dossier put together by a british agent who didn't even get the information himself then the judge was misled swallow well going in front of the cameras in humiliating himself the country that congress and the 'cause every single time they say well the judge signed off on the warrant clearly shows he's either incredibly stupid as to how this goes or he's a manipulative police state tyrant there's no third option is he this stupid the facts they present to the judge you swear to them being true when they're not true it's not the judges fault he's not judge dredd he's assuming what you're telling him it's joe with zero experience in the space at all just figured out in two seconds he's basing his opinion on a set of what he thinks her facts when they turn out to be non facts in other words bowl then there's a problem swallow doesn't care about the problem because he supports the police state same guy by the way same guy same guy quote bill clinton on a golf course same guy same guy wants to cops to come to your house and lock you up if you don't surrender your guns same guy this is by the way for all young kids out there this is your democrat party for all u eighteen to twenty four year olds who've been somehow misled by hack college professors journalism folks in humanities people telling you democrats they're the party of freedom and the little guy an opportunity pull day are not the part there the these are police state tyrants nothing more they want your money they want your healthcare they spy on people they want to kick in your door if you don't surrender your guns this is the party of the little guy are you serious are you on drugs listen dude put down the carnation instant breakfast mitch mixed with the psychedelic mushrooms in your dorm room and i'm sorry man wake up and.
"professor journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Blame you jeff jarvis city university of new york professor journalism helping us navigate the mainstream and otherwise media and kevin tohfill his triumphant return he's and i don't tweet about politics or case oh yeah me neither mandate for that was safer kevin is at the iot podcasts was stay seen stacy's in brutal what she tune in berlin uh she is serve freezing her behind altahri cold and she's at the bosch iot event that they has for several days who has right not my thing well we're glad you're with us thank you thank you it's yes how do you feel about uh to public caso i only had should put late wants to be honest with these two healthy heat of the odds are known as let don't let the running every day for you that's why you run ademi ball parhm sandwich realized that i put on ice book today because the hell was trying to eat at saw moslem now cion follow any meat ball parma count no problem fats then my people jeff probably knows wawa as me ballparks yeah yeah i do my son loves woah and then you're my son were sorolla allow how by not heard of law wa it cousins in east coast thing it is it is an odd it's seven eleven but it's a oddly cult like it it's a convenience store yeah without an which is more they have more fresh big food while fresh may be a stretch but they have were made food fresh i've seen that i've seen that had the sausages may menem they started they started out as just a milk delivery way way way back in the day in pennsylvania and they've expanded to hundreds of stores throughout the tristate area and all it down in florida now do then.
"professor journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google
"It's time for drag this week google jeff jarvis's here visiting from his folks a house in florida where it's snowing apparently and the from yorkshire england where it's not snowing apparently kevin marks joins us as we talk about the latest from google in a car sold around the world we can gugel is next josh from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for this week a google is provided by cash fly c a c h e f l y dot com this is tweet this week google episode 438 recorded wednesday january third 2018 duque said students visits it's time for drag this week in google the show recover the latest news from the internet with this jeffrey jarvis is in florida visiting family for this brand new year hello jeff another already resident press professor at the back as geico you the president of journalism but he's the professor journalism maybe the president of journalism buzz machine dot com i'm hoping to be to make the president's your worst in journalism awards next monday i can't you he announced he's going to do awards for the best fake news association he is a tedious dr he's a reality tv star businesses like like give it himself warned votes on hey look over here on my right mr kevin marks visiting us ida from the uk in the web dot org hi kevin last time you're on the show we kept way pasture bedtime i won't do that this time.
"professor journalism" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Well i i think the big one is to regain our credibility with a big portion of the american population that has been told that uh than the news media's fake news that it biased and i think um media companies and academics and rank and file journalist need to speak up and let people know about objective journalism how it's important in our in our media world and um and try to restore the credibility of the news organizations because the the journalists are doing great work i think 2017 was an exceptional year for great journalism but we have to tell our own story better and let some of the great reporting and some at a great facts being reported not only about the administration but in local communities around the country do a lot of the speaking forests ability or night professor journalism of public policy at duke and founder of politic fact thanks so much bill thanks for having me and also joanne lippman editor in chief of usa today thanks so much joann thank you for having well we want to know what you think how did the news media perform in 2017 this is rob from tarpon springs florida journalism has failed politically and propping up hillary clinton and marginalising bernie sanders and now we have the disaster of the trump presidency the news media also failed to adequately cover the magnitude of police brutality and our nation our role and responsibility for the horrific state of affairs in the middle east the rise of isis and so on and the magnitude of environmental disaster that's coming our way 9 o'clock i'm calling on guns the media of it exactly what it looks the post it is however the problem of journalists getting called journalists responsible to maintain everything's journalistic integrity what would have been done and the election we wouldn't be in the political climate we are on right now my name is michael i'm calling from eastern pennsylvania the media have almost completely failed to inform the public of.
"professor journalism" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"It's driver twit what a great panel we have today harry mccracken the technology answers year from fess company dan gilmore professor journalism in arizona state and also docto in jj stone of course we're gonna talk about that silly video the chairman of the fcc made to defend his rulings on net neutrality the new five thousand dollar i mack pro the disney murdoch deal and the fire tv it's all coming up next on twit ruling long neck gas you love from people you trust this is tweets bandwidth for this week in tech is provided by cash fly at sea achd f l y dot com this is twit this week in tech episode 645 quoted sunday december seventeen 2017 not a bright guy is we could take is brought to you by rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life as well quicken loans created rocket mortgage it lets you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you could be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you get started at rocket mortgage dot com slash twit two ambae motive the motive ring is a fitness heart rate and sleep tracker the monitors activity while being comfortable and stylish for twenty dollars off your first order visit my motive dot com and in her twit chekka and by the ring video doorbell with ring you can see and talk to anyone at your door anywhere in the world using your smartphone is like caller id for your home put a ring dot com slash twit get up to one hundred fifty dollars off a ring of security kit.
"professor journalism" Discussed on WWL
"The via a prompt weight out net everything with everything with vetted in every earth before anything with public way and away the way him to come out of hating publicly about eighty controversial with president if there was a cracked rib hughley it other people doing all the talking first with foreign affairs that would be the victory eight or the heck heard and domestic affairs be the healthywomen victory it'd be it be the victory he came out that anything ada county who factor of the whole thing had been kicked around her week richard i appreciate your time i wish we had more but i want to get to the calls okay thing we'll talk to you again richard benedetto eh drunk professor journalism in american university retired white house correspondent for a major networks susan and rotation when the president came to different people i want to talk to y'all phone lines robe in a text comes in and says i misleading the radio on an audience the protests have been happening long before president trump was even in office the protesters the protests and not over president trump by you know we can talk about that if you like i personally think they are and i think it exploded after president trump said fire those as obese and then came back and said you're fired six 23 here's traffic on w well at the wipo traffic center i'm tara lava said a from slidell twin span still looks clear curve at boston's devolving pretty well up to the high rise ended in the cbd the ccc to the east bank clear he will bridge to say no which is the eye threetenths and at coming if applause wanna carry bill way looked great moving the care of the same now oh issues to battery into the cbd the causeway nor advisories or restrictions of the ferry boats are running and this draft report brought to you by national to museum september is the perfect time to visit the national world war two museum police hanna residents get half off general admission all month long be sure to two of the two newest exhibit arsenal of democracy vickery made in america and the pelicans say goes to war louisiana in world war two visit national world war two museum downward for details have traffic tip thought of it he well 504260info you're listening to laugh across with lean color you're on the air highly an longtime listener first time caller why in your professional opinion dean ever take my calls off the air is this car yep that's.
"professor journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google
"I'll tell you find my phone for drone as yeah yeah then i've lost so many visits this day just that feature loan seems worth it to meet it will come back you combined the teens i find my phone the join guizant gets you brings ebay and the good thing dji for ninety nine bucks has a fixture drone plan that if you do flying through tree or gets wet or whatever the good you've had extra factor the middle fixit senate back to you so i bonds meeting i bought the insurance i wish the insurance ninety nine bucks was worth it believe me after losing zero deductible i didn't even acquire i just knew i need i am sure i dunno that's a good question i'll i'll let you know the minute i use it because i'm sure i will be um but review on saturday thank you everybody for being here thank you kevin marks for filling in for stacy always a pleasure finding always delivered at work at kevin martz i love doing the show because i get to be around burly smart people and learn stuff smart people at hugh kevin and like you jeff jarvis professor journalism mikuni blogger buzz machine dot com at jeff jarvis on the twitter he told me that on twitter you i i feel like i i don't i wanna ignore trolls and racism you said no you have to fight racism wherever it because if it were in person i'd say something but i feel like on twitter it's like i think we have to start to expect civility from others yeah it's an and dealt when we demand will when did it when we don't we're cult were somewhat culpable when we encourage the instability when we say fight fight john godina honey bed equally of ya.
"professor journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google
"It's time for tweet this week google stays jeff are both here we're going to talk about the latest news from gugel there's somebody wants to have nationalize google facebook amazon i can't wait to see with jeff has to say about that googlers got a plan for the eu maybe they're trying to avoid that multibillion dollar fine and the essential phone what the hell is going on over there it's time for twig next that gas you love from people you trust case is twit bandwidth for this week a google is provided by cash fly c a c h e f l y dot com this is tweeting this week a google episode 420 recorded wednesday august 30th 2017 irish talking it's time for drag this weekend google holy cow it's the idiocy show and i'm not talking about a great hosts i'll just the stuff they're gonna talk about later day jeff jarvis zing idiocy idiocy is egypt jarvis two i love jeff jeff is a professor journalism at the cuny the city university of new york he's also a blogger buzz machine come as many a great book including what would google do public parts great to have you back jeff i guess you're here on your back to your was fire wasn't here i was at the podcast a movement which is a terrible name for an expo have that area and a bowel expo this yours you pass as the podcast gesture has the bug has oh no uh stacey higginbotham swimming what she's doing with these crude boys stacy's years at the stacy on iot dot assir newsletter iot podcast i come the puk has she does about internet of things with kevin topol and also oddly enough a regular the show your husband was at the podcast movement though.
"professor journalism" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"Welcome to monster talk the science show about monsters i'm blake smith and i'm karen stole sner in this episode will be talking to a reporter who wanted to know more about big foot in the culture of people who hunt for these mystery animals his name is joe just sunday and he is reporter but he also went out on the hunt as a big foot hunter himself and has written a book about his experiences the book is called monster track and this is more stream jal judges sunday is a professor of journalism at eastern illinois university and he's worked as a journalist for more than twenty years he has a focus on sports and he cohosts to sports media putt cost we've invited joe onto monster tokes took about his latest book which is an interesting departure from his sports journalism and this book is months to trick the obsessive such for big foot said welcome to the shutter y'all a livelier this is a fun book to read in new a really like the ah the style of it uh very very funny lots of humor and sobbed as very interesting almost john runsen eschen some of the ways you approach should so uh and different all the other big foot books out there well yeah yeah this is not like it either ones we've done before for sure in the and boy a we've we've dealt with a lot of big for book so we have an iso joe how did a professor journalism develop such an interest in big in a you can discuss this in the book but uh i wanna make sure listeners have a feel for that.