9 I’ve just returned from a visit to St Louis where I participated in the Gateway Media Literacy Partners media literacy week. I had a great time speaking to communications students at Lindenwood University; conducting a workshop for teachers; and being a panelist after the screening of the film “Good Night and Good Luck” at Webster University.
1 See photos from the Book Talk/Luncheon held at the SC State Library
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Much of the news you see on TV is the work of political hit men—not journalists. And it’s only getting worse.
The Arab TV channel is visually stunning, exudes hustle, and covers the globe like no one else. Just beware of its insidious despotism.
Don’t blame the Internet for the dismal performance of big media companies. Blame inept executives.