Tag: Podcast

“You Can’t Bullshit a Virus.” What Trump Doesn’t Get About His 2020 Election Strategy – Mother Jones PODCAST

Trump at press conference

Host Jamilah King asked Mother Jones DC Bureau Chief David Corn to analyze the ways in which Trump has, or hasn’t, taken responsibility for the United States’ pandemic, uncovering an all-too familiar pattern. “He is trying to blame foreign power for what it did wrong so that we don’t look at what he did wrong,” Corn says.

via “You Can’t Bullshit a Virus.” What Trump Doesn’t Get About His 2020 Election Strategy – Mother Jones

Old Dog Thoughts- The White House and a Media Ceasefire, Nepotism G7 and Doral, Kim and the Pong Su Podcast

The Last Voyage of the Pong Su

Fighting Fake News with REAL 18/10/19; The cease fire thet isn’t a truce. The President Businessman and My Oath; His friend Kim and the Pong Su;

PODCAST: The other Palestinian march of return | +972 Magazine

For Palestinian citizens of Israel, the march is an important commemoration of their painful history. It’s a way Palestinians keep the stories of the Nakba alive and pass them on to younger generations. May 9, 2019, Khubbeiza. (Mati Milstein)

Every year for over two decades, thousands of Palestinian citizens of Israel have marked Nakba Day by marching to the site of a different village that was depopulated and destroyed during the Nakba.

While the story of Palestinian refugees — 700,000 of whom were driven out or fled in 1948 — is relatively well known, we rarely speak of those who were internally displaced during the war. These families remained in what became Israel but were never allowed to return to their original homes.

This year, the Return March marking 71 years since the Nakba was held in one such village, Khubbeiza. +972 Magazine’s Henriette Chacar went to the march to hear from participants of various ages what it means to them.

via PODCAST: The other Palestinian march of return | +972 Magazine

Media Files: What does the Nine Fairfax merger mean for diversity and quality journalism?

You don’t need to be a journalist or a news junkie to be affected by the media. Its enormous influence in shaping our culture, politics and society means we all have a stake in how it functions, who it serves and the way it’s changing.

That’s why, today, we’re launching the first episode of Media Files, a new podcast featuring leading journalism researchers and working journalists taking a critical look at where the media is getting it right – and where there might be cause for concern.

Today’s episode is all about the Nine Fairfax merger, the largest media amalgamation in Australia in 30 years. Eric Beecher of Private Media, Stephen Mayne of the Mayne Report and ABC finance presenter Alan Kohler join presenters Andrew Dodd and Andrea Carson to discuss the implications for diversity and quality journalism.

via Media Files: What does the Nine Fairfax merger mean for diversity and quality journalism?