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Today's topics include: The Latest on the Syrian Refugees and the GOP Response; House GOP Blocks Refugees; Obama Nails GOP Cowardice; Ted Cruz Asks Obama to Say It To His Face; Trump's Big Beautiful Safe Zone; Trump Wants IDs for Muslims...Show More Summary
LISTEN HERE: Alter & Christie debate if GOP should panic as Trump and Carson maintain their leads. Is the problem an angry base (Ron) or extreme/ignorant base embracing unqualified POTUS candidates (Jon)? Then: what's worse at Mizzou...Show More Summary
Today's topics include: We Recap Chez on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour; Bob's Shirtless Offer; Listener Reaction to Our Mizzou Rant; The Latest on the Paris Attacks; Breaking News from Germany; GOP Governors Demonizing Refugees; Bible...Show More Summary
MPAA takes down Popcorn Time and YIFY, Taylor Swift beats a lawsuit against her, Aurous forced to continue fighting and we discuss sea shanties.
Today's topics include: Our Comprehensive Recap of the CNBC Republican Debate; Lies and Lying Liars; Nonsensical GOP Policy Ideas; Trump Lied About Rubio; Fiorina Lied About Everything; Ben Carson Lied About Corporate Affiliations; Ted...Show More Summary
Google prevails at appeals court in Google Book Search case, Jay Z wins Big Pimpin lawsuit and RIAA gets injunction against Aurous.
LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green The 2016 race probably saw a inflection point this week when Hillary imitated Ginger Rogers dancing backwards in heels better than Astaire. Frum-Alter debate if there's any way she can be stopped, will Biden run, and who's on her short-list as VP (yeah, too soon). Show More Summary
Judge rules Batmobile a copyrightable character, PETA sues to make monkey the holder of his selfie and fingernail rings are a thing that exist...
Today's topics include: The 294th Mass Shooting in America This Year; Chuck C. Johnson Publishes 14-Year-Old's Phone Number; Terrorist Attack on California Planned Parenthood; Huckabee Derps on Benghazi; the Next Speaker of the House is a Flaming Moron; Kevin McCarthy Says Benghazi Hearings are All About Hillary; and much more. Show More Summary
Happy Birthday copyrights ruled invalid, judge rules fair use in tongue-wagging photo case and Rick Ross isn't shufflin after all...
Dancing baby scores a fair use win, Sharebeast goes down, Playboy sues over leaked images and Getty Images goes on a threatening rampage.
Today's topics include: Our CNN Debate Special; We recap Wednesday night's CNN debate; Damn it was a long one; Jeb Bush on keeping us safe; Trump's most ridiculous moments; Fetus fetishes; Fetuses versus immigrant children; The truth...Show More Summary
It’s Episode 16 of Press Publish, the Nieman Lab podcast! My guest today is Jason Kint. Jason is CEO of Digital Content Next, which I confess I liked better under its old name, the Online Publishers Association. It’s the trade organization representing most of the country’s largest online publishers. I wanted to talk to Jason...
Today's topics include: Kim Davis Released from Prison; Will the Same-Sex Marriage Issue Lead to a Constitutional Crisis; Trump Says Military Prep School was Better Training Than Actual Military Experience; Sarah Palin Invents Her Own...Show More Summary
It’s Episode 15 of Press Publish, the Nieman Lab podcast! My guest today is Matt Thompson. Since earlier this year, Matt has been deputy editor of TheAtlantic.com, But you might know him from some of his previous career stops. He spent a few years at NPR, heading up some of its most interesting digital initiatives,...
Today's topics include: The Shooting in Virginia; Bob Takes on Gun-Worshiping Facebook Troll; Alex Jones Reacts to Virginia By Attacking Hillary Clinton; Chez Has Had Enough of Everything; The Second Amendment is the NRA's Skeleton Key; Dan Bidondi in Trouble with the Law; and much more. Show More Summary
It's a deep and philosophical episode of the Copyright 2.0 Show as we look at Ashley Madison, cheerleaders and the Vietnamese national anthem...
Can a tweet, comment, like, or share on Twitter and Facebook really be an effective tool for activism? According to American Amir Hekmati, it has possibly saved his life. In August of 2011, Amir Hekmati traveled to Iran to visit his ailing grandmother for the first time. Show More Summary
It’s Episode 14 of Press Publish, the Nieman Lab podcast! My guest today is Jenna Weiss-Berman, the director of audio at BuzzFeed. Jenna was hired last fall to figure out the site’s podcasting strategy, and thus far she’s launched three shows, each targeting the sites’s young diverse audience. Just about everything BuzzFeed does draws attention,...