Posts Tagged ‘Media & Communications’

John C. Tibbetts

January 18 . 2012

The Gothic tradition continues to excite the popular imagination and  John C. Tibbetts presents interviews and conversations with prominent folks as they trace the mode across three centuries in The Gothic Imagination.

Ed Sanders

December 16 . 2011

Ed Sanders’ Fug You traces the flowering years of New York’s downtown bohemia in the sixties.

Suzanne Sena

December 7 . 2011

Suzanne Sena aka Brooke Alvarez, the host of “Onion News Network“, an original comedy series that people often mistake for  real news joins us.

Karl Rogers

December 1 . 2011

Debunking Glenn Beck was written in response to Beck’s Arguing with Idiots. The concern is with exploring the agenda behind Beck’s arguments and exposing the flaws in his reasoning.  Karl Rogers also shows why media reform is so vital to the future of democracy

R.A. Brown, Kathryn Petras

November 11 . 2011

R.A. Brown’s new gripping legal thriller, Created Equal, then Kathryn Petras with The Stupidest Things Ever Said.

Mickey Huff

October 26 . 2011

Project Censored, under the leadership of Mickey Huff—has produced a list of under reported news stories and a book, Censored 2012, dedicated to the stories that ought to be top features on the nightly news, but that are missing because of media bias and self-censorship.

Michael Uslan

August 31 . 2011

In this fully illustrated memoir, The Boy Who Loved Batman, Michael Uslan recalls his journey as an early childhood fan through to the decades he spent on a caped crusade of his own: to bring Batman to the silver screen as the dark, serious character he was at heart.

Jason Zinoman

July 19 . 2011

New York Times critic, Jason Zinoman delivers the first definitive account of horror’s golden age, bringing a new brand of politics and gritty realism to the genre in Shock Value.

Gary Dell’Abate

June 9 . 2011

Gary Dell’Abate, Howard Stern Show producer, miracle worker, professional good sport, and servant to the King of All Media, for the first time tells the story of his early years and reveals how his chaotic childhood and early obsessions prepared him for life at the center of the greatest show on earth in They Call Me Baba Booey.

Dr. Charles Dunn, Thurston Clarke

January 11 . 2011

Is it time to temper the political rhetoric in the country especially after the mass shootings in Arizona? Dr. Charles Dunn with Regent University and author of  The Future Of Religion in American Politics tells us what he thinks. Later, author Thurston  Clarke, has two purposes in Ask Not, to examine the Kennedy Inauguration in precise detail and to determine J.F.K.’s role in writing the speech. He debunks the myth that it was written by Ted Sorenson.