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Project Censored - 12.22.20

In the first half of the show, Sharyl Attkisson shares ideas from her new book “Slanted. “ She contends that in recent years
corporate and government forces have dramatically expanded their intervention into the conduct of journalism, to the extent
that some types of investigative stories can no longer be reported.
Then British reporter Rachael Jolley joins the show to explain how the coronavirus pandemic has changed the work of reporters –
in Europe and elsewhere. She notes that even while the pandemic has squeezed media outlets' revenue, communities are searching
for reliable local news more than they previously did.

Sharyl Attkisson has reported for CBS News, CNN and PBS. She now hosts her own Sunday program “Full Measure”
on Sinclair Broadcasting. Her web site is www.sharylattkisson.com 
Rachael Jolley wrote for several British newspapers, and also was editor-in-chief of the Index on Censorship magazine.
She is now an editor at Eurozine, and also teaches at Sheffield University.
Music-Break information:

1) “Phoenix” by Wishbone Ash

2) “The Resistance” by 2 Cellos

3) “Pipeline” by the Alan Parsons Project

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Project Censored - 12.16.20

In an online speech delivered one week after the election, journalist Chris Hedges spoke about the much deeper forces
of political and economic decay afflicting the US. This week's Project Censored Show contains Hedges' complete speech,
titled "The Culture of Despair."
Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist with a long career as a foreign correspondent around the world.
He hosts the program "On Contact" for RT Television, and writes online at www.scheerpost.com  His books include
War Is a Force That Gives Us MeaningDeath of the Liberal Class, and most recently, America: The Farewell Tour.
Music-Break information:
 “The Truth Won't Fade Away” by Procol Harum

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Project Censored - 12.08.20

Project Censored's new annual volume is now available. "State of the Free Press 2021"
includes the well-known 'Top 25' censored stories, as well as many additional chapters of media analysis.
Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth are the co-editors of this volume; today on the Project Censored Show
they discuss the new book, and also explain Project Censored's analytical approach.
Andy Lee Roth is associate director of Project Censored, and coordinator of its Campus Affiliates Program.
He holds a PhD in Sociology from UCLA and has published widely on media issues.
Music-Break information:

1) “Johnny Left Home Without It” by Wishbone Ash

2) “Son of Mr. Green Genes” by Frank Zappa

3) “Topaz” by Journey

the Project Censored Show:
Host: Mickey Huff
Producer: Anthony Fest

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