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Michael Friedson
Michael Friedson joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the issues that are facing Middle East players, including reorganizing the Palestinian sector.
Michael Friedson
Michael Friedson joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that the majority of media outlets do not conduct professional journalism, instead they focus on partisan editorializing and click bait practices.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how “click bait” journalism has become a business model that is being practiced increasingly by even so-called reputable outlets, and why we have to learn how to resist and avoid.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how technology has created questionable riches of information that now requires consumers of that content to be more questioning and discerning of the reports we see and hear.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that while the national media has lost the ability to do honest – non-opinion – reporting, there is still plenty of solid journalism being practiced on Main Street.
Andrew J. Sherman
Andrew Sherman joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to determine the real economic condition in your future from the negative tendencies of “click-bait” reporting you see from the media.
Greg Kozera
Greg Kozera joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the stupid new energy idea being proposed by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez that is so stupid and baseless in logic and economics it’s nothing more than click-bait by the news media.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how “click bait” journalism has become a business model that is being practiced increasingly by even so-called reputable outlets, and why we have to learn how to resist and avoid.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how technology has created questionable riches of information that now requires consumers of that content to be more questioning and discerning of the reports we see and hear.
Ellen Rohr
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that while the national media has lost the ability to do honest – non-opinion – reporting, there is still plenty of solid journalism being practiced on Main Street.

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