The underlying discourse of the interview is that media scrutiny and critique is the modus operandi of liberal/leftist/elitists. But who, exactly, are the elitists?
On September 21, both Troy Davis and Russell Brewer were executed in Texas. Despite differences, the two cases both demonstrate inequalities in the way individuals are able to appear as victims (or perpetrators) within legal procedure and decisions.
25 years ago today, one of the most significant tragedy-induced media events of the twentieth century took place: the Challenger Disaster.
Ten (or more) media industry stories you might have missed recently.
Which frames bugged you, and which roped you in?
Stewart praises Fox News for presenting a clear and simple narrative, and chastises Obama for his lack of the same. Citizens need stories, even in politics. But do they have to be so simple in an age of complexity?
The US television coverage of Haiti has me thinking about the role of media in a humanitarian crisis.