Media & Mass Shooters, What People Think, Screen Cleaning
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 1440
- Mar 2, 2018 5:00 pm
- 2:19:44 mins
How the Media Covers Mass Shooters (21:02) Russell Frank, Ph.D., worked for newspapers in California and Pennsylvania as a reporter and editor for 12 years before joining the College of Communications faculty at Pennsylvania State University in 1998. He teaches news writing, feature writing, column writing, news media ethics and the literature of journalism. There’s no question that we humans are deeply curious about those who commit crimes. Our movies, television shows, video games and media coverage all reflect it, but can stoking this fascination cause harm? Should the media think twice about how they portray mass shooters? Professor Russell Frank explains. Not Caring what Other People think is your Superpower (1:11:16) Edward Latimore, professional boxer, author, motivational speaker, member of the national guard and pursuing a physics degree. In this day and age of Instagram models and face filters, many live in constant state of checking their followers and showing off. What people think of us is becoming more important than ever right? Edward Latimore, a professional boxer and author of the book “Not Caring what other people think is a superpower,” would argue the opposite by arguing that caring exclusively what people think suffocates our actions and steals our potential away. Edward Latimore explains that by using our dormant superpower of not caring what other people think we can do all that we choose to do. Jeff Simpson - Screen Cleaning (1:38:45) Jeff Simpson talks about movies and TV helping you find family-friendly options.