Press 2008

Buffalo News: Prime time turns to scientists for answers by Mary McNamara, December 23, 2008

IPS News: MEDIA-US: If It Bleeds, It (Still) Leads by William Fisher, December 16, 2008

Calgary Herald: Prime-time science by Mary McNamara, December 15, 2008

Los Angeles Times: Prime time makes a scientific discovery by Mary Mcnamara, December 7, 2008

Philadelphia Daily News: Maya Angelou, Norman Lear receive Marian Anderson Awards, November 18, 2008

Baltimore Sun: Norman Lear endorses young voters by Tina Daunt, November 14, 2008

Advancing Philanthropy: “That’s Entertainment — and More!” by Mary Ellen Collins, November/December 2008

Los Angeles Times: Pitches and perks for young voters by Tina Daunt, October 16, 2008

Star-Telegram: 26 percent of us get medical information from TV dramas, October 12, 2008

Sound Taste blog: “Who killed the (non-white, non-male) music critic”: a wee rant” by Carolina Gonzalez, October 7, 2008

Out of the Inkwell blog: “So what color are you and is this accurate” From the folks at Zogby” by Mike Dobbs, September 23, 2008

Adweek: Star System: Celebrities Cement Their Influence on Politics by T.L. Stanley, September 22, 2008

Medical News Today: Survey Shows ‘Grey’s’ Anatomy Viewers Gained HIV Knowledge, September 18, 2008

USC Today: ‘Grey’s’ study shows viewers remember TV health messages by Mary Brophy Marcus, September 17, 2008

Washington Post: Red-Carpet Treatment by Libby Copeland, September 5, 2008

Cnet News: Will tomorrow’s world still need designers” by Tim Leberecht, August 24, 2008

Columbus Dispatch: TV producer pushing young people to vote, by Brooks Barnes & Rebecca Cathcart, August 20, 2008

Boston Globe: A shifting Master Narrative by Dan Payne, August 14, 2008

The New York Times: Getting Out The Vote, Keeping Up With Youth by Brooks Barnes and Rebecca Cathcart, August 13, 2008

Chicago Sun-Times: Olympics can’t hide Bush lack of support for freedom by Marty Kaplan, August 10, 2008

Washington Post: Angelou, Lear Honored as Humanitarians by Associated Press, August 6, 2008

MSNBC: Marian Anderson Award Honors Angelou, Lear by Associated Press August 5, 2008

Washington Times: Inside Politics Weekend: Quotes of note by Jennifer Harper, August 3, 2008

KDKA: Tour Brings Declaration of Independence to Town, August 1, 2008

The New York Times: The specter of dueling media darlings by Katharine Seelye, August 1, 2008

The New York Times: POLITICAL MEMO; A Familiar Campaign Battle Cry: The Press Likes the Other Guy Better by Katharine Seeley, August 1, 2008

Newsweek: “Just How Low Will They Go”,” by Suzanne Smalley and Sarah Kliff, June 9, 2008

San Diego Tribune: “Sex and the City’ film’s release has female fans abuzz,” by Jennifer Davies, May 29, 2008

The New York Times: “Israelis and Arabs Walk Into a Film,” by Dave Itzkoff, May 25, 2008

Los Angeles Times: “Denise Richards and Dina Lohan: Looking for a little respect and sympathy,” by Greg Braxton, May 25, 2008

La Prensa: “Hermanos de Riverside comparten su enfermedad con otros,” by Gloria Angelina Castillo, May 8, 2008

Salon.com: “What should Obama do about Rev. Jeremiah Wright”, April 29, 2008

Los Angeles Times: “What Kind of Park Does L.A. Need”, by Martin Kaplan, April 27, 2008

Star-Telegram: “Kids love campaign 2008,” by Jocelyn Noveck, February 8, 2008

The Sun Chronicle: “George Orwell more relevant than ever,” by Kathy Hickman, February 4, 2008

The New York Times: “All Forgiven, WIMUS-AM Is on a Roll,” by Jacques Steinberg, February 3, 2008

The New York Times Magazine: “16 Ways of Looking at a Female Voter,” by Linda Hirshman, February 3, 2008

Los Angeles Times: “Times editor to leave paper,” by Thomas S. Mulligan and Dawn Chmielewski, January 21, 2008

The New York Times: “Writers’ Strike Tests the Mettle of 2 Outsiders,” by Michael Cieply, January 19, 2008

La Vanguardia: “Hacer campana es entretener” (“To Campaign is to Entertain”), by Xavier mas de Xaxas, January 13, 2008

Washington Post: “In Picking The Victors, Media Get Another Drubbing,” by Howard Kurtz, January 10, 2008