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  1. Clay Shirky on journalism, paywalls, and future

    Clay Shirky talks about the future of accountability journalism, newspapers, why revenue isn’t the problem, and why paywalls aren’t the solution.

    http://www.niemanlab.org/2009/09/clay-shirky-let-a-thousand-flowers-bloom-to-replace-newspapers-dont-build-a-paywall-around-a-public-good/

    —Huffduffed by michele

  2. Audio Video Radio, episode 9

    http://www.audiovideoradio.com/2009/01/avr-episode-nine-christina-returns.html

    Robot Talk with Ivan Decker / Eat a Weird Product / What’s That Rap About? / Old Movies Are Good / Questionable Ending

    The Large Song = My Girls by Animal Collective

    We also played:

    Hudson Mohawke - Overnight Caribou - Eli Big L - Casualties of a Dice Game Chromatics - In the City David James - Days Paavoharju - Alania & Ilmaa Virtaa Vashti Bunyan - Leave Me Kopernik - The Sea and the Marsh Are One

    Bedding music = Quiet Village / Solvent / Alice Coltrane / Chopin

    —Huffduffed by michele

  3. Episode 3, Michael Davis

    From http://paleycenter.org/max-media

    Max Media Media veteran Max Robins sits down with the industry’s most intriguing players to find out what makes them tick in the debut of Max Media, the Media Council’s new podcast.

    Max Robins interviews Michael Davis, former TV Guide editor and author of Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street.

    —Huffduffed by michele

  4. Episode 2, Charles Aaron

    From http://paleycenter.org/max-media

    Max Media Media veteran Max Robins sits down with the industry’s most intriguing players to find out what makes them tick in the debut of Max Media, the Media Council’s new podcast.

    Episode 2, Charles Aaron Max Robins interviews SPIN Magazine music editor Charles Aaron.

    —Huffduffed by michele

  5. Episode 1, Andrew Tyndall

    From http://paleycenter.org/max-media

    Max interviews Andrew Tyndall of the TyndallReport.com.

    Max Media Media veteran Max Robins sits down with the industry’s most intriguing players to find out what makes them tick in the debut of Max Media, the Media Council’s new podcast.

    —Huffduffed by michele

  6. Gregg Gillis aka Girl Talk | Sound Opinions, 8 Feb 08

    From http://soundopinions.org/archive/2008/feb.html#guestgirltalk Show #115: 02.08.08 Guest: Gregg Gillis aka Girl Talk (20:25 in), Bob Newhart

    Gregg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, has become an underground sensation by using other people’s music. This week the sample-based collage artist joins Jim and Greg for a discussion about dance parties, biomedicine and running from the law.

    —Huffduffed by michele

  7. ISI Historical Lectures: After-Dinner Speech: The Media as Image-Twisters

    Intercollegiate Studies Institute - Lecture Program Olin Online Lecture Library Malcolm Muggeridge, Author and Journalist Historical Lecture 5/12/1979

    From http://www.isi.org/lectures/lectures.aspx?SM=&SBy=lecture%ef%bf%bd&SSub=&SFor=b706cf13-7347-4afe-b74e-9cb8d53ed131&SS=date&SC=330

    —Huffduffed by michele

  8. The Die is Cast | On the Media 20 Feb 2009

    Comcast is now the cable monopoly in 40 of the top 50 markets. It’s the third largest phone company in the US, and the largest provider of broadband internet to homes, with nearly 15 million customers, many of whom apparently hate Comcast. Wired Magazine senior writer Daniel Roth parses the troubled reputation of a media giant.

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    —Huffduffed by michele

  9. Getting Desperate | On the Media 20 Feb 2009

    The newspaper industry is in a frenzy trying to figure out how to save itself. Kachingle, an online service that will launch next month, offers yet another possible solution: encourage online readers to voluntarily contribute to newspapers and other websites they like. Kachingle CEO and founder Cynthia Typaldos explains why she thinks people will pay for content they can get for free.

    —Huffduffed by michele

  10. Word Watch: Bipartisan | On the Media

    Obama promised to bring a bipartisan spirit to Washington. But this week he signed the 787 billion dollar stimulus package with basically no Republican support and the media declared it a failure of bipartisanship. What’s bipartisan really mean anyway? James Morone, a professor from Brown University, says the media might have a warped sense of the word.

    —Huffduffed by michele

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