The Colin McEnroe Show
2:35 pm
Thu March 24, 2011

The New York Times and the Price of News

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Here, to me, are the killer statistics:

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Where We Live
10:32 am
Thu March 24, 2011

NPR To The Left To The Left?

Todd Huffman

NPR is under attack over funding, fundraising and claims of bias.  So what does the network’s Ombudsman think?

We have Alicia Shepard, NPR’s Ombudsman on Where We Live regularly to talk about journalism, and the job that NPR reporters and editors do. 

She’s leaving the network, just as NPR has become a national issue on Fox News and the butt of jokes on The Daily Show. 

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The Colin McEnroe Show
2:43 pm
Fri March 11, 2011

The Nose: NPR's Really Bad Week

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So you think you had a bad week? National Public Radio can top you

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The Colin McEnroe Show
2:58 pm
Thu January 27, 2011

Talking To Tweeting, A 'History Of Communications'

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You could argue that one of the big breaks in the history of knowledge is happening right now, as we move from being storers of knowledge to being adept searchers for what is stored.

There's a basic shift in the notion of what education is. Most of us moved through an education pipeline in which existed some vague notion that you were better off loading a lot of stuff into your head. It would help you think. It would give you points of reference. You should know a lot of things.

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