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This episode is set to air on Wednesday, October 11th at 12:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., and Thursday, October 12th at 4:30 a.m/ET. It seems as though all of social media activity is centered on getting other people to see and “like” the posts we put online. The goal is to go viral, but there seems to be no rhyme or reason as to why something catches on. How does this

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This episode is set to air on Wednesday, October 4th at 12:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., and Thursday, October 5th at 4:30 a.m/ET. History has a profound impact on society as we learn from the past.  But, we now find ourselves in an age where the very notion of “fact” has been called into question. President Trump often refers to legitimate news sources as fake news, while his team puts forward different

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This episode aired live on Monday, April 24th at 11:30 a.m.  From stories in the news, to characters in popular TV shows or reality shows, people with mental illness are often played for laughs, or distorted to create conflict in a plot line or simply misleading. The National Alliance on Mental Illness reports that 1 in 5 adults will experience mental illness in a given year. So, this is touching almost

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  This episode is set to air on Wednesday, April 26th at 12:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., and Thursday, April 27th at 4:30 a.m. The conversation about the digital divide continues in this episode of Media Inside Out. Is it a city’s responsibility to provide digital access? How are community services tackling the issue here in Philadelphia? This episode explores these questions and more with Philadelphians working to provide equal access opportunity

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Media literacy and environmental education are often interconnected. In this episode of Media Inside Out, we explore how sustainability and environmental awareness is communicated through various mediums of media and what these conversations are about. Guests:    

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  So much has changed about the publishing industry since the advent of the internet and the Kindle–how do publishers keep up? What challenges are these new avenues presenting to traditional publishing companies and writers? And is the open press movement adding extra pressure to especially academic publishers? Sherri Hope Culver has a discussion on these topics with two guests who run publishing companies: Mary Rose Muccie, the Director of the

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Super Bowl commercials are often as entertaining and anticipated as the game itself. What do these commercials say about us, and how are they influencing us as viewers? Sherri Hope Culver takes a look at this phenomenon and the impact of the most powerful Super Bowl ads with Advertising Professor Joe Glennon and Alexandra Wittchen of the Brownstein Group. Guests:     Joe Glennon, Advertising Professor at Temple University Alexandra Wittchen, Senior Account Planner

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With the proliferation of fake news stories throughout and since the election, the question arises, how do you figure out what’s true and what’s false? Larry Atkins, author of Skewed: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to Media Bias, and Jeff Jubelirer, a corporate public relations specialist, join host Sherri Hope Culver to answer this question and more. Guests:  Larry Atkins, Author of Skewed: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to Media Bias and Temple Professor    Jeff Jubelirer, Corporate Public

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The shows we watched as kids hold a special place in our hearts and nostalgia. But what are kids watching and loving today? What will hold that place of nostalgia for them in the future? On this episode of Media Inside Out we explore “Trends in Children’s Media”. Our guest, Meredith Halpern-Ranzer, is a leader in the field. She has held positions at Sprout and Sesame Workshop and gives us

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Media created by youth has become a growing industry. It’s a way for young people to learn about the world and explore their self-expression and artistic side. It’s also a way for them to engage with their communities and learn to become positive digital citizens. On this episode of Media Inside Out we are joined by Craig Santoro from WHYY Public TV and Teri Yago-Ryan from the Big Picture Alliance.

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