Radioactivity airs a speech by journalist and author Chris Hedges
Radioactivity chats with political comedian Jimmy Dore
Radioactivity plays segments of the Jimmy Dore Show
Nightline Co-anchor Byron Pitts talks race and the media, and we discuss the Republican letter to Iran
New WMNF GM will be Craig Kopp, current host of All Things Considered on WUSF
WBAI’s Exploration Science Program with Dr. Michio Kaku
We look at the lack of diversity in the Oscar nominations, and approaches to the War on Terror
Former WFLA-AM host and sports announcer Mark Beiro to join WMNF News hosts on Tuesdays
two of the top political reporters in the state, Steve Bousquet the Tallahassee Bureau Chief of the Tampa Bay Times and William March who was (until this week) the top political reporter at The Tampa Tribune join Rob Lorei to discuss the elections
Rob Lorei speaks with John Wilson, a long time TV news anchorman here in the Bay area who is retiring after 50 years in the news business. and human rights activist with in eastern Africa.
Poynter president on why they’re hosting African journalists when USF St. Pete would not
How long will Tampa have two newspapers and what are the implications of that?
Henry Jenkins author of Convergence Culture joins Radioactivity
Sydney White out as WMNF general manager
Rob Lorei talks about media coverage of the current situation in Iraq with Jeff Cohen director of the Park Center for Independent Media at Ithaca College
Today Radioactivity discusses the future of newspapers with several former staff writers at the Tampa Tribune. Rob Lorei speaks with former film critic Bob Ross, the former TV critic and the former religion reporter Michelle Bearden who had long careers a
Today on Radioactivity, speaks with Eric Deggans veteran newspaper reporter, music writer and media critic and a the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer- a massive voter registration drive took place in one of the most segregated states in the country
Rolling Stones 50th anniversary ignored-Beatles 50th HUGE…why??
Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now! spoke last night at the Tampa Theatre promoting the new book, Static, which she co-wrote with her brother David Goodman, who also lectured. WMNF’s Sean Kinane reports. Much of the book Static is about how the corporate media does the bidding of the government. To illustrate this point, Amy… Read more »