The Media Biases panel consisted of Former State Senater Joan Bray, Former Ex. Dir. of the MO Republican Party John Hancock, Former Post-Dispatch Jefferson City correspondent Terry Ganey and television correspondent Charles Jaco.
John Hancock’s sense of humor keeps things lively
Charles Jaco makes a point on media biases: “Local news is a victim of the pursuit of profit.” Also on panel are John Hancock (far left) and Terry Ganey.
National Security Correspondent Jeremy Scahill discusses the role of media in the global clandestine war on terror.
“Dr. Natalie Stroud explains the concept of selective exposure in her research on media biases.”
“An audience of politicians, media, academics, students and the general public took part in the conference.”
“Dr. Brian Fogarty moderating Q & A with Dr. Natalie Stroud in front of the conference twitter feed.”
Dr. David Kimball poses a question to the media biases panel
National Security Correspondent Jeremy Scahill describing his experiences reporting on clandestine activities in Yemen, Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and many more places.
National Security Correspondent for The Nation magazine and Author of Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield (2013)
Former executive director of the Missouri republican party and co-host of Hancock and Kelley on KLMX Radio
Ruddick C. Lawrence Professor of Communication and Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington