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October 27, 2001

Saturday, October 27, 2001

Reading between the lines when dealing with the Pentagon, and a look at the mayoral races that haven't been covered due to anthrax scares, bombings, and more.

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October 20, 2001

Saturday, October 20, 2001

How the news media balances its role as media with its role of crime victim in the light of anthrax scares. Also, a discussion with Surgeon General David Satcher, and, the difference in U.S. and British censorship.

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October 13, 2001

Saturday, October 13, 2001

This week OTM takes a look at the one network with access to not only Kabul, but Al Qaeda. Also: a tale of three networks, and the many faces of Islam.

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October 6, 2001

Saturday, October 06, 2001

Defining terrorism, a journalist killed in Northern Ireland, and how urban legends are growing out of September 11th.

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September 29, 2001

Saturday, September 29, 2001

The Pentagon's relationship with the press, how September 11th is changing Broadway,and how the internet has been dealing with tragedy.

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September 22, 2001

Saturday, September 22, 2001

This week on On the Media: how did the media handle the first 48 hours of coverage following September 11th? That, plus the international reaction to the attacks and Will Ferrell on what comedy is appropriate following the attacks.

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September 8, 2001

Saturday, September 08, 2001

Why does the media tend to ignore the competence of public officials? And why has the term schizophrenic become so popular? That and more this week on On the Media.

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September 1, 2001

Saturday, September 01, 2001

What's the number one channel in prime time? That plus saying goodbye to Mr. Rogers.

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August 18, 2001

Saturday, August 18, 2001

A look at China's controls on the web, a hero of the environmental movement attacking environmental groups, and a question: where have all the British celebrities gone? That and more, this week on On the Media.

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August 11, 2001

Saturday, August 11, 2001

This week, On the Media explores the new weapons of choice in the Middle East: words. Also, which TV characters should be considered female role models?

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August 4, 2001

Saturday, August 04, 2001

This week on On the Media: Crackerjack, but no peanuts. And how CNN is changing it's theme music.

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July 28, 2001

Saturday, July 28, 2001

MTV turns 20, a look at the lives of Mayan scribes, and saying goodbye to the man who, quite literally, wrote the book on the media.

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July 21, 2001

Saturday, July 21, 2001

How does Henry Kissinger woo American media so well? Plus, Holden Caulfield hits 50. That's this week on On the Media.

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July 14, 2001

Saturday, July 14, 2001

A look at televisions love for courtroom dramas, and training children and adults to be media literate.

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July 7, 2001

Saturday, July 07, 2001

This week On the Media looks into the dangers and challenges facing reporters in the Middle East, a new service in journalism: an ethics hotline, and a sound effect which you've probably heard, but the name of which you've probably never known.

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June 23, 2001

Saturday, June 23, 2001

Two murderers about to be released must face the wrath of London's press, and how the editors of niche magazines keep stories fresh.

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June 16, 2001

Saturday, June 16, 2001

President Bush crosses the Atlantic, and how Motley Crue is defying the formula for the rise and fall of a rock band. That and more, this week on On the Media.

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June 9, 2001

Saturday, June 09, 2001

A kerfuffle in the White House over what has been deemed an inappropriate question asked of Ari Fleischer by a reporter, and how the media has covered AIDS over the past 2 decades.

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June 2, 2001

Saturday, June 02, 2001

This week on On the Media: Why the media has a soft spot for the FBI, and Bob digs for the latest techniques in writing obituaries.

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May 26, 2001

Saturday, May 26, 2001

Jackass, Scandal in Gracie Manor, and "Vandal-Gate". A week of high-brow topics on On the Media.

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