Search Results for: Janine Jackson

Sep
27
2012

CounterSpin, hosted by Janine Jackson, Steve Rendall and Peter Hart

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FAIR’S weekly radio show highlighting biased and inaccurate news; censored stories; sexism, racism and homophobia in the news; the power of corporate influence; gaffes and goofs by leading TV pundits; TV news’ narrow political spectrum; attacks on free speech; and more

Nov
03
2014

Extra! November 2014

Extra! November 2014

Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Letters Debating How--Not Whether--to Launch a New War Missing perspectives on Obama's attacks on ISIS by Peter Hart CounterSpin Interview 'We Can't Defeat Extremism by Dropping More Bombs' Raed Jarrar on ISIS Book Excerpt Propaganda Wars In post-9/11 conflicts, media often misidentify the victors by Patrick Cockburn Narrowing Our Options Hillary Clinton's 'inevitability' and the media/electoral complex by Sarah Jaffe Business as Usual Is a Disaster Treating BP as the primary victim of BP's negligence by Janine Jackson   To subscribe and get the whole issue--in print or digital form--click here.

Oct
01
2014

'The Black Voice Is in Jeopardy'

Malkia Cyril on Ferguson

Malkia Cyril, Center for Media Justice, Ferguson

The Internet—as a platform, as a vehicle for voice in black communities—has become one of the most powerful ways to bypass the exclusionary and discriminatory mainstream media.

Jul
01
2014

Extra! July/August 2014

Extra! July 2014

Articles Available Only to Subscribers: SoundBites Who Gets to Speak on Cable News The identity of the whitest, malest show we found may surprise you by Peter Hart Spinning Away Israel 'Gaffes' Damage control for Christie and Kerry's inadvertent honesty by Alex Kane White, White Don't Tell Me NPR's bumbling attempts at diversity by Josmar Trujillo Study Confirms Our Wealth-Controlled Politics News suppressed by our wealth-controlled media by Steve Rendall and Janine Jackson It Will be Facebook's Virtual World Will we just live--and work-- in it? by J.F. Sargent

Feb
01
2014

Public Sector Workers Are ‘the Easiest Kid to Pick On’

Dean Baker on Detroit bankruptcy

"Its main industry was the auto industry...and that's been on a decades-long downward path which has been to a large extent the result of national policy."

Economist Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, told CounterSpin’s Janine Jackson that we shouldn’t believe the hype we’re hearing about the causes of Detroit’s problems, and we should pay extremely close attention to what’s being sold as the solution.

Nov
01
2013

COUNTERSPIN INTERVIEW: ‘The People Who Saw Their Dreams Exploding Are Blamed for This Crisis’

Laura Gottesdiener on Foreclosures

Anti-foreclosure activism, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. (cc photo: Michael Premo)

CounterSpin’s Janine Jackson talked to Laura Gottesdiener, author of A Dream Foreclosed: Black America and the Fight for a Place to Call Home, a new book that brings the foreclosure crisis into vivid focus.

Aug
01
2013

Letters to the Editor August 2013

Always Getting Disability Facts Wrong Big thanks to both Neil de Mause (“Disabled Are New Targets for Charges of Cheating,” 6/13; CounterSpin, 6/7/13) and Janine Jackson (“Media Offer Limited Roles for People With Disabilities: ‘Inspiration’ or Invisible,” 11/12). I had not read Kristof’s piece, so thank you, Neil. The media gets disability facts wrong ALL THE TIME!!! I know from working for a law firm (the Hawkins Center in Richmond, Calif.) that aids people both in securing Social Security benefits and challenging denials that it is not easy to qualify for Social Security disability. As deMause points out, the media […]

May
30
2013

Extra! June 2013

Extra! June 2013

Gender Focus: For U.S. Media, Rape Culture Is There, Not Here Delhi has 'alarming' power structure, Steubenville 'promising' young men by Rania Khalek 'Terror Returns'--Along With Media Fixations Boston bombings revived fear of 'Islamic rage' by Peter Hart 'Such Is Life' Coverage of Another Blast's Dead When corporations kill, media turn fatalistic by Janine Jackson Working Poor Shorted in Minimum Wage Coverage Those most affected by the debate weren't part of it by Sean Cox & Steve Rendall