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I interviewed my parents (born in 54 & 62) on how media has changed as they were growing up. They believe that communication was the main thing that has changed.
I sit down with close family friend and New York Times Publisher Robert Millia to discuss the evolution of media and its impact on today’s society.
Mom talks about the news and how it’s changed throughout her life.
I have a conversation with my Nana about the changing tides of media and news over the years.
Oscar Poole, remembered by some as the “Colonel Sanders of Barbecue”, describes his experiences in ministry for over thirty years and in small business in Poole’s BBQ.
Rebecca Durfee is a math professor at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. She is also a self-published author of 15 books. In this interview we discuss how she managed that and how media impacted her success.
My grandfather grew up in the 1940s and lived through the evolution of media including print, television, computers, and the internet. He saw television evolve from black and white to color and the invention of the computer. We discussed how...
How my grandma got information back in her day and how news content has changed.
We talked about Kadeene’s goals and where he came from. We talked about what inspires him and why he has such large goals.
In this interview, Bill Caiaccio talked about what it is like to be a journalist, and what it was like to report on major events in American history.
Former parent, Lynett McDermott talks of raising her children in Waldorf Education in both Europe and America, her love of anthroposophical philosophy and the colorful festivals she enjoyed in the Waldorf community.
About Media Consumption and views on the free access of Media.
I interviewed my biggest role model and mother, Terri Schantz. Terri grew up in democratic rural Iowa with a politically active and very republican mother and a father who was a world war 2 veteran. She learned and abided by...
Sam Raudins discusses problems with media bias while covering elections and how we might avoid that bias.
Experiences about elections
My father covered the 9/11 attacks for the newspaper. In this interview we talked about that crazy day and what he saw.
My Uncle Dan recalls his teenage years as the news cycle gradually revealed the horrors of the Vietnam war.