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    Rapper Chuck D on "Songs That Shook The Planet"

    Grammy Award winner and Public Enemy co-founder Chuck D discussed the music of social change and his “Songs That Shook the Planet” project. The National Museum of African American History…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers responded to the question “What media sources do you trust for news?”

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    Author Discussion on Cancel Culture and Free Speech

    Retired New York University Professor Michael Rectenwald (Thought Criminal) and Kentucky State University Associate Professor Wilfred Reilly (Taboo ) talked about cancel culture and the state of…

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    Scott Wilkens on Social Media Content and Free Speech

    Scott Wilkens, senior staff attorney with the Knight First Amendment Institute, talked about the Supreme Court’s decision to block Texas' social media moderation law and the implications…

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    After Words with Kelly Weill

    Daily Beast journalist Kelly Weill reported on the rise of the Flat Earth movement and other conspiracy theories disseminated through online platforms. She was interviewed by Reason Magazine…

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    Matt Lewis on His Podcast "Matt Lewis and the News"

    Matt Lewis discussed his podcast “Matt Lewis and the News,” as well as news of the day. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” Saturdays series, “Spotlight on Podcasts.”

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    Adam Guillette on the State of U.S. Media

    Accuracy in Media President Adam Guillette talked about the state of U.S. media.

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    Angelo Carusone on the State of U.S. Media

    Media Matters for America President & CEO Angelo Carusone talked about the state of U.S. media.

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    Shira Ovide on Twitter and Elon Musk

    New York Times' Shira Ovide discussed Elon Musk’s plans to buy Twitter, what it means for the company, and larger issues of free speech and content moderation online.

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    Jenn Abelson and Nicole Dungca on Their Podcast on No-Knock Warrants

    Washington Post’s Jenn Abelson and Nicole Dungca discussed their “Broken Doors” podcast, which examines the use of “no-knock” warrants by police. This program is part of a “Washington Journal”…

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    Joshua Sellers and Henry Thomson on Their "Keeping It Civil" Podcast

    Joshua Sellers and Henry Thomson, who are from Arizona State University, discussed their podcast, which aims to engage in sometimes divisive topics in a civil manner. This program is part of a “Washington…

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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Viewers commented on book bans and free speech on college campuses.

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    David Stewart on His "Tax Notes Talk" Podcast

    David Stewart, host of “Tax Notes Talk,” discussed his podcast and various tax topics prior to the April 18 tax filing deadline. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” Saturdays series,…

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    FCC Oversight Hearing

    FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel and the other commissioners testified about the agency’s priorities before a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee. Inquiries covered a variety of topics,…

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    The Correspondents

    Author Judith Mackrell profiled six women who reported from the field during World War II. This was a virtual event hosted by the St. Louis County Library.

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    Jamie Fly on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and Covering Russia-Ukraine Crisis

    Jamie Fly, President and CEO of Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, discussed the Russia-Ukraine conflict and the media organization’s role in providing information about the war.

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    Tech Giants' Use of Local News Content

    Local news executives testified on the negative impacts of tech giants using their content. They spoke at a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Competition Policy hearing examining the…

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    Gideon Rachman on His Podcast and Russian Invasion of Ukraine

    Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist Gideon Rachman discussed his podcast “Rachman Review” and the latest developments in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This program is part of a “Washington…

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    African American Women in Arts and Literature

    St. Joseph’s University professor Katherine Sibley taught a class about African American women who were writers and artists during the early Civil Rights era. She described the…

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    Steven Brill on Detecting Misinformation Online

    NewsGuard co-CEO Steven Brill talked about his company’s efforts to assess the legitimacy of online news sites.

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