Roundtable Discussion on Gender Bias in the Media

The FIU Women’s Studies Program and the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) along with the Florida Commission on the Status of Women and the Sheppard Broad Lecture Series will hold a roundtable discussion on gender bias in the media on Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Frost Art Museum.

NPR: Where Were The Media As Wall Street Imploded?

NPR: Where Were The Media As Wall Street Imploded? “Morning Edition, March 9, 2009 · There are plenty of people to share the blame for the collapse of the nation’s financial system.

Event: The Future of Newspapers

Event title: Alex Taylor, Editor of The Palm Beach Post speaks at the Palm Beach Economic Forum on "The Future of Newspapers" Date: Wednesday, February 25th, 2009 Time: Noon Location: The Kravis Center, Cohen Pavilion, 701 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach

NBR: Google’s Schmidt on Media’s Future

NBR: Google’s Schmidt on Media’s Future Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt was one of the corporate leaders that met with President Obama today.

NYT: Who Lost the Debate? Moderators, Many Say

Charles Gibson and George Stephanopoulos, the moderators of Wednesday night’s presidential debate on ABC, became the subject of a fierce and somewhat unexpected debate themselves on Thursday, as viewers, bloggers and television critics lamented what they described as an opportunity lost: a chance to ask the two candidates for the Democratic nomination substantive questions early and often.