Surveillance After The Marathon Bombing, The Kill Team and More

Friday, April 26, 2013

Bob looks at the risks and promise of surveillance after the Boston marathon bombing, a new documentary looks at war crimes and whistleblowing in the theater of war and an Onion-like satire site tries to bring military humor to the civilian masses. 

On the Media: Coverage of Boston, Undercovered Reporting and More

Friday, April 19, 2013

Brooke examines the twists and turns of the marathon bombing coverage, listeners tell OTM what they want to hear from the media when there's no new information during a crisis, and what it's like to tweet the news cycle in the wee small hours of the morning. 

Gun Anecdotes, What To Know about the Avian Flu, and Grindr.

Friday, April 12, 2013

Since the Sandy Hook shootings, gun violence anecdotes have been the centerpiece of much of the reporting about guns. OTM asks if there's a better way. Also, who to listen to about the new avian flu and everything you need to know about Grindr. 

The Future Of Egyptian Media, the Bitcoin Bubble, and More

Friday, April 05, 2013

After the arrest (and release) of Bassem Youssef, OTM looks back on a trip on a 2011 trip to Egypt and forward to the future of independent Egyptian media. Also: the song remains the same in North Korea coverage and innovative TV ads from Old Milwaukee.