The Media Project | WAMC

The Media Project

Mondays, 3:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.; Sundays, 6:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

The Media Project is an inside look at media coverage of current events with former Albany Times Union Editor-at-Large Rex Smith, WAMC President and CEO Alan Chartock, Daily Freeman Publisher Emeritus Ira Fusfeld, Former Editor, Investigative Journalist and current UAlbany Professor, Rosemary Armao, and Former Editor of the Daily Gazette and Vice President for Editorial Development for the New York Press Association, Judy Patrick. The panel speaks about everything from how the media covers coronavirus to how news is digested via social media and whether journalists are doing their jobs as expected.

Twitter: @_mediaproject

Email: media@wamc.org

Albany, NY – Alan, Rex and Ira discuss the future of the media, the audit bureau of circulation, your letters and more...

The Media Project #757

Albany, NY – Alan, Rex and Lydia discuss censorship of a high school newspaper, reviews of the new 'Nightline', your letter and much more.

Media Project #756

Albany, NY – This week Alan Chartock, WAMC's Susan Arbetter and Publisher Ira Fusfeld dissect the media including a discussion of Howard Kurtz and media coverage of a hate rally in New York state.

Media Project #755

Albany, New York – ALBANY, NY (2005-11-18) Rex Smith, Lydia Kulbida and Alan Chartock dissect the media. Newspapers, TV and radio all come under the microscope, in a half hour discussion, always lively, sometimes contentious, and often hilarious. Aired: 11/18/05.

Media Project #754

Albany, NY – Rex Smith, Lydia Kulbida and Alan Chartock dissect the media. Newspapers, TV and radio all come under the microscope, in a half hour discussion, always lively, sometimes contentious, and often hilarious. Aired: 11/11/05.

Media Project #753

Albany, NY – Rex Smith, Lydia Kulbida and Alan Chartock dissect the media. Newspapers, TV and radio all come under the microscope, in a half hour discussion, always lively, sometimes contentious and often hilarious. Aired: 11/04/05.

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