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22.03.

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01.01 1) The year's most flagrant (and entertaining) newspaper mistakes 2) Who is Daniel Lippeman 3) The art of the ambush interview 4) Lowly infomercial 51:53
08.01 1) Yemen for Dummies 2) Speech Code: Obama’s rhetoric 3) Tablet fever 4) iLeak 5) Cash of the cable titans 6) China’s internet 7) Orkut 8) War bonds 51:54
15.01 1) Trying to rebuild the Haitian media 2) Guantanamo like we've never seen before 3) Media and sponsors 4) Journalists find new way to get payed 5) The fight over cameras in the Prop 8 court battle 6) Federal withholding 7) The seriusly Late Show 51:53
22.01 1) The ethics of medical journalism in Haiti 2) Searching for meaning in the Massachusetts election 3) Campaign Finance unreformed 4) Pulitzer surprise? 5) Tabloids, then and now 51:53
29.01 1) Politics and realling the masses 2) The meaning of "middle class" 3) Covering Haiti after the initial crisis 4) Another week in Iraq 5) SimCity and the U.S. Army 6) China and the Internet 7) Internet addiction 8) iPad 51:53
05.02 1) Scientific community and the media 2) Health scare 3) Sports media 4) Video games and sport 5) TV football 6) Trauma at home 7) J. D. Salinger 51:54
12.02 1) Toyota - How to handle a recall 2) Does it matter that the son of the NY Times Jerusalem Bureau chief recently joined the Israel Defense Forces? 3) The House recently passed a bill meant to deter Arab satellite networks from broadcasting programs that could incite violence against Americans 4) What you learn from listening to thousands of hours of Bin Laden tapes 5) First Amendment rights violated? 6) The art of diagnosis 7) Schizophrenia 51:59
19.02 1) Google and the print world 2) Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) 3) Icelandic Modern Media Initiative (IMMI) 4) Journalism and lobby 5) Terry Holt 6) A bystander with a camera wins the George Polk Awards in Journalism 6) New media technology put under general suspicion 7) The importance of libaries 52:12
26.02 1) Political theater 2) Britain’s libel laws 3) Software analyze keystroke patterns 4) Government’s quest for more personal data 5) Can internet companies be liable for their content? 6)The domain Sex.com 7) A tool to deceive and slaughter 52:19
05.03 1) Re-upping the Patriot Act – 2) Phone records and privacy – 3) Kabul: new restrictions against reporting – 4) China: Human flesh search engine – 5) The right to flip the bird – 6) Journalism and ad buy – 7) Uncanny Valley 52:09
12.03 Special: The Future of the Music Industry 52:14
19.03 1) The FCC's new broadband plan 2) Edward Tufte 3) Listener mail 4) Plagiarism detection software for newspapers 5) List of twelve common plagiarism excuses 6) The past, present and future of plagiarism 7) States trying to ban release of 911 tapes 8) CBS soap opera "As the World Turns" (ATWT) 9) TVTropes.org 52:07
26.03 1) The ill coverage of the health care bill – 2) Rewritten How a bill becomes a law – 3) Tracking polls – 4) Tea party coverage biased? – 4) “Baby killers” - history’s most notable legislative outbursts – 5) NPR and the use of the words “pro-life” and “pro-choice?” – 6) Al Jazeera 52:08
02.04 1) Alarming rise of U. S. hate gropus 2) The label “Militia” vs. “Terrorist” 3) How will the explanatory journalism deal with the regulatory reform 4) Ad campagin: banks and busnisses spin regulation as just another government takeover 5) Hissa Hilal 6) Cleveland Plain Dealer and the privacy of online identities 7) SLAPP “strategic lawsuit against public participation” 51:55
09.04 1) The Catholic Church and the media 2) How war can look like a video game 3) The pros and cons of an unregulated net 4) Update: Cleveland Plain Dealer 5) Copyright’s wrong turn 6) Copyrighting jokes 52:15
16.04 1) Obama versus the media 2) The use and abuse of the word Kabuki in context of politics 3) Oklahoma City Bombing - the ongoing impact of that misguided rush to judge 4) The numerology of terror 5) NPR's woman problem 6) For the first time, the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting went to an online news outlet – ProPublica.org 7) The future of print 51:54
23.04 1) Twitter 2) The Stored Communications Act 3) Free speech and animal cruelty 4) How Bad is Piracy? No One Knows 5) FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz discusses the agency's current top priorities - Privacy, Net Neutrality and the Future of News 6) Translating Chinese web content into English 51:53
30.04 1) Bridging the online language barrier 2) iPhone leak 3) Were the Goldman Sachs Hearings Just Theater? 4) Cyber Terrorism 5) North Korean Propaganda 6) Listener Mail 51:58
07.05 1) Oil spill coverage 2) Was the Times Square bombing coverage wholly accurate? 3) The U.S. military’s new afghanistan ad campaign 4) Is a traditional South African protest song hate speech? 5) ROFLCon: viral memes on the Internet 6) The Hitler meme and fair use 7) The problem with portraying Hitler 51:35
14.05 1) Reporter barred from Guantanamo 2) Meet the Facts 3) Fact checking political talk shows 4) Anti-censorship software for Iran 5) A visit to New York university’s interactive telecommunications program 51:54
21.05 1) Cell phone safety (or lack there of) 2) Gabriel Schoenfeld’s “Necessary Secrets: National Security, The Media and The Rule Of Law” 3) Facebook privacy (or lack there of) 4) Video games for the disabled 5) The End of Braille 6) AbleGamers.com 51:52
28.05 1) Facebook’s privacy policy 2) The Electronic Communications Privacy Act 3) Rand Paul and the local media 4) Coverage of Arizona's controversial immigration bill 5) The Future of Internet Regulation 6) Pascal Dangin 7) Ethics questions in portrait photography 51:54
04.06 1) Media Encounter Access Problems While Covering the Oil Spill 2) Al Qaeda's #3 man killed! (again) 3) The Role of Video in Israeli Blockade Crisis 4) Criticism of Israel in American media 5) Cornelius Ryan: The Longest Day 6) Dreamland: The Way out of Juarez - A illustrated book tells the gruesome story of the US-Mexico border drug war 51:55
11.06 1) The Iranian Protests, One Year Later 2) An Iranian Journalist Risks His Life "For Neda" 3) Letters and Comments 4) Mobile's Future without Unlimited Data Plans 4) Helen Thomas 5) Biden Beach Party 6) TV's Most Accurate Portrayal of Miranda 7) Wilbert Rideau, Prison Journalist 51:55
18.06 1) Inaccurate oil spill numbers past and present 2) Barack Obama's first Oval Office address 3) Zimbabwe's Only Independent Daily Newspaper 4) Information Wants to Be Expensive 5) Has Apple Become the Morality Police? 6) Brazil Fools the World with Twitter Hoax 7) Closing the Book on Bloody Sunday 51:52
25.06 1) Free Speech Trumped By National Security 2) Disclosure Bill Exempts National Rifle Association and Others 3) The McChrystal Bombshell 4) Sebastian Junger on Restrepo 5) New Lawsuits Target Illegal Movie Downloaders 6) Tom Bissell on Why Video Games Matter 52:02
02.07 The past, present and future of the books and the publishing industry. 51:59
09.07 1) For Reporter John Conroy, A Torture Story Without End 2) The semantic, political and ethical debate over torture and waterboarding since 9/11/2001 3) Newspapers and "Waterboarding" 4) Can the U.S. “Correct the Record” in Pakistan? 5) The End of Libel? 6) The Crowdsourcing Dilemma 7) Happy Birthday, Dalai Lama 51:59
16.07 Newspaper special: are papers really dead? 51:59
23.07 1) The growing U.S. intelligence industry 2) “Perfect Citizen” 3) Government documents are not necessarily free or easy to obtain 4) Controversy at Google Maps 5) Remembering Daniel Schorr 6) Context matters: Shirley Sherrod 7) David Everitt: A Shadow of Red: Communism and the Blacklist in Radio and Television 8) “The Adventures of Robin Hood” 51:59
30.07 1) How to Read a WikiLeaked Document 2) WikiLeaks and its methods 3) Smartphone and Jailbreak 4) The Politics of numbers 5) 50.000 is the magic number in media coverage 5) Briton Hadden 6) Henry Luce 52:46
06.08 1) The Obama Administration vs. The Leakers 2) Obama's Record On Civil Liberties 3) Iraq’s Vibrant, Sectarian Media 4) The Rise of "Satellite Sheiks" 5) “Tash Ma Tash” - Mideast Sitcom Pushes Social Reform 6) Al Jazeera 52:39
13.08 1) Net Neutrality 2) What we've learned about the reporting of the dropping of the atomic bomb, 65 years later 3) Yael Hersonski's "A Film Unfinished" 4) Kenneth Whyte’s The Uncrowned King: The Sensational Rise of William Randolph Hearst 5) Does Science Fiction Predict the Future of Journalism 52:29
20.08 1) The misnamed “Grond Zero Mosque” 2) The Death of the Internet 3) The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That Is Connecting the World 4) Breaking Up over New Medie 5) Artwork: “A Tool to Deceive and Slaughter” 6) Video Games and Real Play 7) Uncanny Valley 52:18
27.08 1) Debunking popular myths about President Obama 2) Rosa Parks 3) Ghost of Bradley Effect 4) Kitty Genovese 5) War protest: Spitting Stories in the Media 6) Cuban Missile Crisis 51:58
03.09 1) Exit Operation Iraqi Freedom 2) The Uncertain Future of the Iraqi Fixer 3) Israeli/Palestinian Peace Talks and Deja Vu 4) The Art and Artifice of Counting Crowds 5) The Great Ben Roethlisberger Hoax 6) The Great Moon Hoax 51:58
10.09 1) The Media Firestorm over Koran Burning 2) Burn a Koran Day and the Arab World 3) Muslim-American Public Service Announcements 4) Laptop Searching at the Boarder 5) The Softwaretool Haystack 6) New and Old Media in Post-Katrina New Orleans 7) How Katrina Changed Crisis Reporting 51:55
17.09 1) A Tea Party Primary 2) 9/11: For Some, An Apology Offends 3) Is the Internet Making us Smarter? 4) Monitoring Our Media Diet 5) After Haystack: Speech and Privacy Online 6) Hollywood's Accent Problem 51:50
24.09 1) Drug Warriors target Journalists 2) Iran’s "Blogfather" Facing Possible Execution 3) Virtual Justice 4) Legislation Aims to Fight Digital Piracy 5) Lewis Hyde on Intellectual Property and the Commons in the United States 6) Letters 7) Gotham’s Gossip Gloss Grows Dim 8) Walter Winchell 51:38
01.10 1) Obama Administration Proposes Electronic Wiretaps 2) Was the Stuxnet Virus an Attack on Iran? 3) "Adult Services" and Craigslist 4) A Fox Presidential Primary? 5) Fox Sues Candidate Over Campaign Ad 6) The British Phone Hacking Scandal 7) Poisoning the Press 8) The First Televised Presidential Debate 51:37
08.10 1) Is Warrantless GPS Tracking Legal? 2) Internet Eyes, Fighting Crime from Home 3) The Cable News Wars 4) Interview with the Director General of the BBC, Mark Thompson 5) Copyright in the Fashion Industry 6) Comedy and Copyright 51:52
15.10 1) Chile: When Good News Attacks 2) People in Holes 3) Political Lies and the Press 4) Upton Sinclair and the Modern Media Campaign 5) The Art of the Recap 6) TV: Eric Burns' new book “Invasion of the Mind Snatchers” 51:50
22.10 1) Photojournalism and Foreclosure 2) The Firing of Juan Williams 3) Financial Journalists and Financial Disclosure 4) Data Scrapers 5) Bob and Brooke screen this season’s political ads 6) Google Street View and Germany 7) The Phone Book 51:59
29.10 1) Can Money Buy Elections? No. 2) Can Money Buy Elections? It's complicated. 3) Disclosure 4) The Changing Face of Disclosure 5) The Secret Sponsors 6) The Psychology of Political Slurs 7) Exporting U.S. Tactics 8) History of Ads 51:59
05.11 1) Take the Public Out of Public Broadcasting 2) Keep the Public In Public Broadcasting 3) Journalists as People 4) Were the Wikileaks Iraq War Logs Ignored? 5) Turning Off Election Coverage 6) In Memory of John Solomon: Pulling Back the Curtain 51:52
12.11 1) Fact Checking Budget Claims 2) Waste, Fraud and Abuse - Political Language 3) Backroom Dealing on ACTA 4) How to Anger the Internet 5) Tim Wu's The Master Switch 6) Forty Years of Doonesbury 51:59
19.11 1) The TSA and 'Don't touch my junk' 2) The Social Inbox 3) Kaplan and the Washington Post 4) Reporting from Detroit 5) Letters 6) Mark Twain's New, 100-year-old Autobiography 7) Blogging the Civil War 51:59
26.11 1) Mexican Reporting on Drug Violence 2) Has Russian Tolerance for Violence Against Journalists Ended? 3) The Point of Twitter 4) Evan Williams 5) The Internet Is Full 6) Letters 7) Know Your Meme 8) Zero Views 51:59
03.12 1) A Week of WikiLeaks 2) Executive Editor Bill Keller on The New York Times and WikiLeaks 3) WikiLeaks and Arabic Language Media 4) WikiLeaks and Protections for Federal Whistleblowers 5) The US Copyright Group's Anti-Downloader Crusade 6) High Court Speech Cases in Wartime 7) Justice Brennan and the First Amendment 8) The Gaming of Google 51:59
10.12 1) Hacktivists Wage Cyberwar on Behalf of WikiLeaks 2) Government Agencies Block WikiLeaks 3) Wikileaks, the Law and the Press 4) Do Not Track 5) Barbie Video Girl 6) Wafaa Bilal's Third Eye 7) Unauthorized Biography 51:59
17.12 1) Letter to the President 2) Defending Hacktivism 3) Streaming Netflix 4) Oprah Winfrey Network 5) Turning Down Loud Commercials 6) Dynamic Pricing 7) Brooklyn Plane Crash: The New York Times is re-reporting a story about a plane crash from fifty years ago. 52:57
24.12 1) Regulating the Internet 2) Can the FCC Regulate the Internet? 3) Media Errors and Corrections of the Year 4) Two Decades of Sampling 5) Fact Checking John Steinbeck's Travels With Charley 6) Lawrence Weschler on the Fiction of Non-Fiction 53:42
31.12 1) The Influence of Gaming 2) How Nintendo Saved the Video Game Industry 3) The Culture of Gaming 4) The Future of Gaming 51:59

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