Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Today's Show

This week's topic links

Journalists Barred/Libyan Death Toll Surges

Ahmed Eleiba, Ahram Online: "Arab League bans Libya"

(NOT) Reporting the CIA Connection

Mark Mazzetti, Ashley Parker, Jane Perlez and Eric Schmitt, The New York Times: "American Held in Pakistan Worked With C.I.A."

Glenn Greenwald, Salon: "The NYT's journalistic obedience"

Media Labor Bias?

Rich Noyes and Scott Whitlock, Media Research Center: "Wisconsin Unions vs. The Tea Party: A Classic Double Standard"

Andrew Denny, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Wisconsin labor clash ignites debate elsewhere"

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press: "Labor Unions Seen as Good for Workers, Not U.S. Competitiveness"

Logan Attack Follow Up

Goodbye to Dr. Taft

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Today's Show

This week's topic links

CBS Reporter Sexually Assaulted

Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "CBS Says Lara Logan Suffered 'Brutal' Attach in Cairo"

"Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Lara Logan's Egypt Nightmare"

Richard Cohen, The Washington Post: "CBS shouldn't have withheld Lara Logan's story"

N-Word Rears Its Head Again

Alahandra Jones, Columbia Missourian; "Hate-crime suspect told police he was drunk during incident"

Andrea Braxton, Columbia Missourian: "Faculty Council to consider diversity course proposal"

Steph Hopp, Columbia Missourian: "MU students rally against racial hate incident"

Janese Silvey, Columbia Daily Tribune: "University suspends graffiti incident suspect"

Janese Silvey, Columbia Daily Tribune: "The N-word"

Public Service and Conflicts of Interest

Jake Wright, Open Column, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Pay wall highlights Tribune's priorities"

Rudi Keller, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Public station pleads for listeners to lobby Congress"

Revisiting Heitholt Murder

Anne Christnovich, Columbia Missourian: "Habeas corpus petition filed in Ryan Ferguson case"

Brennan David, Columbia Tribune: "Ferguson petition says key testimony was false"

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Today's Show

This week's topic links

AOL Buys Arianna

Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post: "When HuffPost Met AOL: 'A Merger of Visions'"

Tim Rutten, The Los Angeles Times: "AOL Hearts HuffPo. The loser? Journalism"

Olbermann Goes Current

David Bauder, Associated Press: "Ex-MSNBC host Keith Olbermann heads to Current TV"

Alexandra Petri, The Washington Post: "Olbermann to Current TV? Has he met the neighbors?"

Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Keith Olbermann's Current TV Job: More Control"

Brian Stelter and Bill Carter, The New York Times: "For Current TV, Adding Olbermann Is Way to Gain an Identity"

The Revolution Will Be Televised

Project for Excellence in Journalism: "Events in Egypt Trigger Record Coverage"

Michael Calderone, Yahoo! News: "ABC's Amanpour returns from Egypt"

Groupon's Tibetan Goof