Lear Center Director Marty Kaplan presented remarks at a panel discussion about diversity in entertainment and cross-ownership rules at a 2006 FCC Media Ownership Hearing. Testimony was recorded and submitted as a public record to the FCC as part of the “Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking” on media rules.
Martin Kaplan Martin Kaplan holds the Norman Lear Chair in Entertainment, Media and Society at the USC Annenberg School, where he was associate dean for ten years. He is the Founding Director of the school’s Norman Lear Center, whose mission is to study and shape the impact of media and… More
Lear Center Director Marty Kaplan was invited by CBS News Public Eye to comment on CBS News and the media landscape in their online forum Outside Voices.
David Brancaccio interviews Norman Lear and Lear Center Director Marty Kaplan on PBS’s NOW about the state of the media, entertainment’s role in our lives and the likelihood that we’re in another golden age of broadcasting.
An opinion piece written by Marty Kaplan on the Enron scandal’s domination of the airwaves, published in USA Today.
Lear Center Director Marty Kaplan comments on AOL’s acquisition of TimeWarner.