Long-time veteran White House correspondent Dan Lothian discusses the news and issues taking place in the worlds of current events, sports and pop culture. Joined by fellow veteran broadcaster Jimmy Young and a wide variety of guests, this podcast provides a unique perspective on how the media operates in today's society. Behind the Media is available whereever you get your podcasts and http://www.clnsmedia.com
Is Facebook using data improperly?
Rewarding friends and punishing rivals, is Facebook using its user data as a carrot and a stick? Dan and Jimmy take a look at what might be the next controversy for Social Media giant Facebook.
The Coverage of the Notre Dame Fire
It was a shocking moment with thousands watching as the famous Notre Dame Cathedral burnt down. A bastion of the Parisian city, it took 200 years to built and had withstood countless wars and conflicts. The city of lights has lost one of its brightest bulbs, and the world was covering it in kind.
Time for this week’s edition of Bytes Behind the Media
Want a good story but don’t have the time? Then listen to our short stories in this weeks’s edition of Bytes Behind the Media.
An interview with a robot
Interviews, they can be nerve-racking, frightening, and even downright biased in some cases, but what if we take the human element out of the picture? An AI or a Robot can take over, and conduct the interview. Does it sound interesting, or more of a nightmare?
A fake story that reporters bought
What happens when you take a comedian and give him a “Miracle” story? You get reporters that believe the story, only to find out that it was fake all along!
Julian Assange: Hero of Free Speech or Traitor of criminal intent?
Julian Assange has been formally arrested in the UK. Following his removal from the Ecuadorian Embassy, talks of extradition and trial were in the air. Is he a criminal, or justified for his actions?