KPFA: Project Censored [Program Feed]

  • Project Censored – March 22, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – March 15, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – March 8, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – March 1, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Special Winter Pledge Drive
    Special Pledge drive show featuring a talk by Project Censored Co-founder Peter Philips.
  • Activists at the Local and Global Levels
    source: https://www.projectcensored.org/activists-at-the-local-and-global-levels/ Mickey interviews two activists who work at the local and global levels, respectively. High School student Lucia Garay explains how she became motivated to work for social justice, and the challenges that young people face even in a “liberal” region. Then Steven Jay returns to the show to explain his latest project, Mobilized.news.
  • Abby Martin and Mnar Muhawish
    source: https://www.projectcensored.org/abby-martin-and-mnar-muhawish/ Mnar Muhawish of MintPress News explains the recent US Senate bill aimed at suppressing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement; she also looks at a new far-reaching establishment and corporate-media-backed initiative called NewsGuard that would “rate” websites for accuracy. Many conflicts of interest are discussed. Later in the program, journalist Abby Martin describes how US sanctions have hobbled the Venezuelan economy, with the intent to overthrow President Maduro, while she deconstructs the propaganda around the recent coup developments there.
  • Ted Rall, Robert Manning, and Kenneth Dubroff
    Author and editorial cartoonist Ted Rall is the first guest; he explains the latest developments in his legal battle with the Los Angeles Times, and the wider problem of how big corporations now use anti-SLAPP statues to stop less-powerful plaintiffs from having their cases heard by juries. In the second half of the show, Robert Manning and Kenneth Dubroff introduce a new grassroots-based nuclear-disarmament advocacy group they created, and how they hope to influence decision-makers. They point out that the nuclear nations’ arsenals of today are even more dangerous than those of the 1960s. Listen to just the Robert Manning and Kenneth Dubroff segment here [1], and the Ted Rall segment here [2]. notes: Web sites mentioned on this week’s program: www.rall.com [3] www.nuclearterrortoday.org [4] [1] https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/2017-new-shows/Project+Censored+special+-+Nuke+Terror+Today+2.2.19.mp3 [2] https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/2017-new-shows/Project+Censored+special+-+Ted+Rall+2.2.19.mp3 [3] http://www.rall.com/ [4] http://www.nuclearterrortoday.org/
  • Rob Williams and ‘Russian Interference’ in the Election
    source: https://www.projectcensored.org/rob-williams-and-russian-interference-in-the-election/ Amid the ongoing corporate-media hue and cry about ‘Russian interference’ in the 2016 US election, media scholar Rob Williams reviews the evidence, and the unexamined assumptions made by promoters of the ‘Russian hacking’ position. Some of the discussion on the show revolves around Kathleen Hall Jamieson’s new book Cyberwar. notes: Rob Williams teaches Communications at the University of Vermont and other institutions. He’s also the publisher of the Vermont Independent, and a frequent contributor to Project Censored. His review of the Jamieson book can be found here [1]. [1] https://www.projectcensored.org/cyberwar-russiagate-is-us/
  • Project Censored – January 18, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – January 11, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – January 4, 2019
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – December 28, 2018
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – December 21, 2018
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.
  • Project Censored – December 14, 2018
    The News That Didn’t Make the News. Each week, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips conduct in depth interviews with their guests and offer hard hitting commentary on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day with an emphasis on critical media literacy.

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