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Best Steve Jorgenson podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Steve Jorgenson podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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We have our own INTERNET RADIO show!!!! And it’s NEWS YOU CAN USE!!!! It’s called Tyler Chamber Radio. A weekly 30 minute Internet Radio Show with the latest news from the Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce as well as interviews with owners and managers of local businesses.
 
Reliable Sources examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover in this weekly CNN program. Full video episodes available in the iTunes store.
 
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How transcripts highlight Sean Hannity's political power... Why there's a right-wing fixation with the whistleblower's identity... Plus more from Bill Moyers and Anthony Scaramucci. Brian Stelter also talks with Melanie Zanona, Addy Baird, Manu Raju, Max Boot, Tara Dowdell, and Jess McIntosh. via Knit…
 
Since he launched the Washington Post's TikTok account in May, video producer Dave Jorgenson has created over 120 videos that show how the D.C. newsroom ticks with humor. Brian Stelter asks him about what the Post gains from TikTok; whether other news outlets should be using it; and how his videos have built trust and familiarity with the Post' ...…
 
Will right-wing media protect Trump from conviction? What are the dangers of political ads on the web? Why do the president's mispellings matter? Brian Stelter talks with Joe Walsh, Daniel Dale, Colby Hall, Aisha Moodie-Mills, Irin Carmon, Sarah Barnett, Bill Frischling, Bruce David Martin, Vincent Novak and Michael Barasch. via Knit…
 
Brian Stelter sits down with CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker at the CITIZEN by CNN conference in New York City. They discuss the network's relationship with President Trump; decisions about whether to air Trump events; and a baseless lawsuit threat from one of Trump's lawyers. Zucker also defends the hiring of "Trump voices;" discusses the ...…
 
October 27, 2019: Catherine Rampell, Andrew Marantz, Sam Vinograd, Ezra Klein, Sarah Ellison, Joe Klein and Jeff Zucker join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Ezra Klein says people think about impeachment all wrong. It doesn't have to be a "traumatic" worst case scenario, he says: "We fire people for poor performance in most jobs. It seems that in the most important job, in arguably the entire world, we should be able to do the same thing." Klein, the editor-at-large of Vox Media, talks with Brian S ...…
 
October 20, 2019: Daniel Dale, Erik Wemple, Olivia Nuzzi, Elaina Plott, Matt Lewis, Katie Rogers, Krystal Ball, Ronan Farrow, Dipayan Ghosh and Mo Elleithee join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
After BuzzFeed's DC bureau chief John Stanton was laid off in January, he co-founded the Save Journalism Project to "stand up" for journalists and "educate the public" about "the dangers facing us." Stanton talks with Brian Stelter about Facebook and Google's impacts on the news industry; Mark Zuckerberg's recent talk about Facebook's values an ...…
 
October 13, 2019: Sam Donaldson, Douglas Brinkley, Julie Roginsky, Carl Cameron, Conor Powell, Peter Wehner, Irin Carmon, Amanda Marcotte, and David Zurawik join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
New Yorker staff writer Andrew Marantz embedded with extremist "gate-crashers" teeming on social media platforms and the lax "gate-keepers" in Silicon Valley for his new book titled "Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation." In order to take the conversation back, Marantz tells Brian Stelte ...…
 
October 6, 2019: Masha Gessen, Oliver Darcy, Juliet Huddy, Michael Shear, Barbara Res, Douglas Heye, Jess McIntosh and Robert Leonard join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Matt Taibbi's new book "Hate Inc.: Why Today's Media Makes Us Despise One Another" makes the case that news outlets have become "a twisted wing of the entertainment business," chasing clicks and views to survive. In a blunt conversation with Brian Stelter, Taibbi says he wants to encourage more "consumer awareness about the news." Stelter chall ...…
 
September 29, 2019: Robert De Niro, Suzanne Nossel, Amanda Carpenter, Susan Glasser, Susan Hennessey, Christine Pelosi, and Christopher Ruddy join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Renowned political analyst Jeff Greenfield talks with Brian Stelter about the start of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump. He says "the kind of reflexive, circle the wagons, 'remember this is our guy'" strategy among Republicans and pro-Trump media outfits "may not fully survive this latest story." He describes the many differ ...…
 
September 22, 2019: Shane Harris, Carl Bernstein, Tara Dowdell, Philip Bump, Sam Vinograd, David Zurawik, Robin Pogrebin, Kate Kelly and Lenore Taylor join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
The Washington Post has opened up an enormous DEA database that charts the course of every pain pill in the country through 2012. The Post's investigations editor Jeff Leen says more than 100 local news outlets have conducted reporting using the information. Brian Stelter talks with Leen about this cooperative approach; what the data reveals; a ...…
 
September 15, 2019: Alexandra Rojas, Dahlia Lithwick, Susan Glasser, Jim Sciutto, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Krystal Ball and Barry Glassner join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Kyle Pope, the editor of Columbia Journalism Review, tells Brian Stelter about the Covering Climate Now coalition, which CJR is spearheading with The Nation. Pope says that about 250 news outlets around the world have committed to a week's worth of focused climate change coverage in the run-up to the UN Climate Action Summit on September 23. He ...…
 
September 8, 2019: Steve Kroft, James Poniewozik, Julie Roginsky, Bianna Golodryga, Joan Walsh and Courtney Radsch join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
New York Times chief TV critic James Poniewozik's new book traces how Trump evolved from a "TV character" to president at the same time that TV went from a broadcast to a niche medium. "Audience of One" argues that Trump's ascent "happened because of TV. It happened through TV." Poniewozik and Brian Stelter discuss Trump's reality TV roots, the ...…
 
September 1, 2019: David Zurawik, Elaina Plott, Julia Ioffe, Dahlia Lithwick, Jeffrey Goldberg, Theodore J. Boutrous and Brian Karem join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis began his book tour by sitting down with The Atlantic editor Jeffrey Goldberg. "There is a lot about Donald Trump that he finds absurd and repellent but he is trying to maintain this disciplined approach of not speaking ill of a sitting president," Goldberg says. Brian Stelter asks Goldberg about the cha ...…
 
August 25, 2019: Dr. Bandy X. Lee, Dr. Allen Frances, Daniel Dale, Irin Carmon, Ken Ward Jr., April Ryan, Diane Foley and Art Sotloff join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Sociologist Barry Glassner, author of "The Culture of Fear: Why Americans Are Afraid of the Wrong Things," talks with Brian Stelter about how news outlets both stoke peoples' fears and "correct exaggerated fears and scares." He says local TV news has an especially serious impact. Glassner says many presidents have preyed on fears, but none to t ...…
 
August 18, 2019: Adam Serwer, Mary C. Curtis, Jim Rutenberg, Catherine Rampell, Bari Weiss, Clarissa Ward, Danny Rogers, Matt Rivitz, Donie O'Sullivan, Oliver Darcy and Carole Cadwalladr join John Avlon. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Investigative reporter for the Observer and the Guardian Carole Cadwalladr's year-long investigation resulted in the downfall of data company Cambridge Analytica. Her central role in the scandal is examined in the new Netflix documentary, "The Great Hack," which she discusses with John Avlon. Cadwalladr also talks about the still-open questions ...…
 
August 11, 2019: S.E. Cupp, Jane Coaston, Tim Archuleta, Enrique Acevedo, Jackie Kucinich, Nicole Chavez, Noah Shachtman, Julia Angwin, Julie K. Brown and Mark Brown join John Avlon. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Brian Stelter sits down with Andrea Stanley, features editor at Cosmopolitan Magazine, to discuss her latest story: "Is It Possible to Stop a Mass Shooting Before It Happens?" In her piece, Stanley follows "K," a top-secret investigator who has been infiltrating online hate groups to monitor the behavior of men who display signs of violence. Du ...…
 
August 4, 2019: Dave Cullen, Jennifer Mascia, Shimon Prokupecz, Oliver Darcy, Wesley Lowery, Olivia Nuzzi, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Shannon Watts, Bob Moore and Jim Bebbington join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
James Foley and Steven Sotloff were both executed by ISIS in the summer of 2014. Five years later, the Foley and Sotloff families are running foundations that seek to help other journalists who are heading into harm's way. Brian Stelter speaks with Diane Foley and Art Sotloff about their training programs and other initiatives. The parents shar ...…
 
July 28, 2019: Caitlin Dickerson, Andrew Marantz, Faiz Shakir, David Zurawik, April Ryan, Susan Glasser, Carla Minet, Luis Valentin Ortiz, and Amanda Carpenter join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Were the "optics" of the Mueller hearings worth the media's attention? "Let's be real," Susan Glasser says, "of course it was." After a "nutty" week in politics, the author of The New Yorker's "Letter from Trump's Washington" column talks about Mueller coverage; the impeachment count; and what to do about Trump's distortion field of lies. "It's ...…
 
July 21, 2019: Astead Herndon, Tara Dowdell, Dan Rather, Adam Serwer, Tim Alberta, and Bhaskar Sunkara join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
"Racial resentment has been a winning political strategy" in the past, but journalists are sometimes reluctant to call it what it is, Farai Chideya tells Brian Stelter. In part that's because the news media lacks "mechanisms for charting" the race factor "in real time." Chideya and Stelter discuss the coverage of white supremacist ideology; the ...…
 
July 14, 2019: Jane Coaston, Robby Soave, Samantha Vinograd, Renee DiResta, Oliver Darcy and Katie Rogers join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Some of Florida's biggest news outlets are banding together to form the Florida Climate Reporting Network. Brian Stelter speaks with three of the participants: Miami Herald climate change reporter Alex Harris, Tampa Bay Times executive editor Mark Katches, and Julie Anderson, the EIC of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and the Orlando Sentinel. K ...…
 
July 7, 2019: Julie K. Brown, Catherine Rampell, Philip Bump, Carl Bernstein, Allen Salkin, Aaron Short, Elora Mukhurjee and Carl Cameron join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Two years after leaving Fox News, Carl Cameron is collaborating on a new progressive news site, Front Page Live, that he wants to be a version of The Drudge Report for the left. He talks with Brian Stelter about his years as Fox's chief political correspondent, his impressions of how Fox has changed since it launched in 1996, and how the intern ...…
 
June 30, 2019: Ian Sams, Tim Ryan, E. Jean Carroll, Katie Rogers, Frank Bruni, Bianna Golodryga, Jason Blum and Alex Metcalf join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
E. Jean Carroll says "I'm not sorry" for coming forward and alleging that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the mid-1990s. Brian Stelter talks with Carroll about Trump's denial of the accusation; the reactions since her story came out; and the broader point of her new book "What Do We Need Men For? A Mod ...…
 
June 23, 2019: Sam Vinograd, Shani Hilton, Ana Kasparian, Ron Brownstein, David Dreier, Shawn Speagle, Casey Newton, and Michael Collins join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Alexander Nazaryan says newsrooms need to devote more time to the actions of government agencies -- and less time to President Trump's tweets. But he admits this may be "impossible." Brian Stelter interviews Nazaryan about the reporting in his new book "The Best People: Trump's Cabinet and the Siege on Washington." Nazaryan makes the case that ...…
 
June 16, 2019: Andrew Yang, Sam Vinograd, Max Boot, Margaret Sullivan, David Zurawik and Caitlin Dickerson join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Kevin Roose and Brian Stelter discuss Roose's newest story, "The Making of a YouTube Radical." Roose, a tech columnist at The New York Times, says YouTube's algorithm is "designed to create personalized rabbit holes," sometimes with dangerous consequences. Roose talks about how YouTube evolved into a "behavioral modification AI wrapped in the s ...…
 
Trump uses cemetery backdrop for trash talking on Fox; Coverage of 2020 race revolves around Joe Biden; Looking back at the day Trump entered the GOP race; Jim Acosta's new book: 'The Enemy of the People'; Have Democrats lost the Mueller messaging war?; Cicilline previews his hearings about Big Tech and antitrust; Would this legislation help sa ...…
 
The House's first hearing about "Online Platforms and Market Power" is examining how Google and Facebook have affected local journalism. Ahead of the June 11 hearing, Brian Stelter speaks with Atlanta Journal-Constitution editor Kevin Riley, News Media Alliance CEO David Chavern, and Sally Hubbard of the Open Markets Institute, all of whom are ...…
 
June 2, 2019: Ann Dowd, Warren Littlefield, Bill Nye, Elaina Plott, Sarah Ellison, Noah Shachtman, Barbara Starr, and Chris Arnade join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Fresh off the release of his new podcast, "Science Rules!," Bill Nye unpacks the pressing questions of our day, and how the press is faring in covering them. He talks with Brian Stelter about climate science, dinosaurs, vaccinations, UFOs, and much more. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
May 26, 2019: Neera Tanden, David Frum, Olivia Nuzzi, Ted Boutrous, Scott Pelley, Audrey Cooper and Paul Rieckhoff join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
 
Paul Rieckhoff, founder of the Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America organization, talks with Brian Stelter about the Pentagon's lack of press briefings; news coverage of veteran's issues; and President Trump's relationship with the military. Rieckhoff also addresses reports that Fox's Pete Hegseth has been encouraging Trump to pardon accused ...…
 
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