Media

E-Books (Rebroadcast)

September 4, 2000

A panel talks about how the Internet has collided with the publishing industry. They'll discuss new ways authors are reaching readers and new technologies that are providing alternatives to traditional books.

Kathleen Hall Jamieson: "Everything You Think You Know About Politics... And Why You're Wrong" (Basic Books)

August 25, 2000

Kathleen Hall Jamieson, dean of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania joins guest host Susan Page to discuss her new book, "Everything You Think You Know About Politics... And Why You're Wrong"...

Olympic Preview

August 24, 2000

A panel talks about the 2000 Summer Olympics: what to expect from network coverage, which returning athletes and promising newcomers to watch, how the Sydney, Australia setting will affect the flavor of the proceedings, what new sports...

E-Books

August 3, 2000

A panel talks about how the Internet has collided with the publishing industry. They'll discuss new ways authors are reaching readers and new technologies that are providing alternatives to traditional books.

Larry Sabato, Mark Stencel and Robert Lichter: "Peepshow" (Rowman and Littlefield)

July 13, 2000

In the aftermath of Washington's biggest sex scandal, media watchers Larry Sabato, Mark Stencel and Robert Lichter offer a behind-the-scenes look at the media's approach to scandal. They detail what they see as an arbitrary approach to...

Jon Katz: "Geeks" (Villard) (Rebroadcast)

July 4, 2000

Jon Katz takes us inside the Internet subculture in his new book. It's the true story of two working-class kids who used their computer skills to get out of Idaho and start a new life.

NPR Ombudsman

June 5, 2000

Earlier this year, Jeffrey Dvorkin became National Public Radio's first ombudsman. In this position, he represents the listeners' interests within NPR. He'll join Diane to talk about some of the issues he's tackled so far, to welcome...

Judy Muller: "Now This" (Putnam)

April 13, 2000

Broadcaster Judy Muller discusses her memoir. She's worked for CBS Radio and currently is an ABC television correspondent and NPR commentator. She talks about balancing a high-stakes journalism career with the demands of single motherhood.

Kim Masters: "The Keys to the Kingdom" (William Morrow)

April 6, 2000

Investigative journalist Kim Masters shares her account of the power struggles within the Disney empire in her new book. She joins Diane to talk about this most Hollywood of corporate tales.

Jon Katz: "Geeks" (Villard)

February 25, 2000

Jon Katz takes us inside the Internet subculture in his new book. It's the true story of two working-class kids who used their computer skills to get out of Idaho and start a new life.

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