CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS: 2015 – Discussing Charlie Hebdo and media responsibility

CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS: 2015 – Discussing Charlie Hebdo and media responsibility

Join the Critical Conversation as Communities editors and writers discuss accountability in politics, entertainment, media and sports.

2014 created numerous head shaking moments that have us asking “What ever happened to accountability?” Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and Donald Sterling and sports. The media – does the media report or inflame? Bill Cosby has us asking about the “casting couch” environment that is legend in Hollywood. Actions by some police have resulted not only in the deaths and harrassment of far too many young black men. Where is the accountablity in Washington, DC? The lies, misdirection and scandals are not just on one side of the aisle.

Join Critical Conversations host Lisa Ruth as she talks about accountability in sports, politics, media, and entertainment with Senior Political Editor Jim Picht, business and entertainment editor Terry Ponick, writer and editor Gayle Falkenthal, and writer Eric Golub as they talk about accountability in 2015 and whether we can be better – as individuals or a nation.

Critical Conversations features the writers and editors of Communities Digital News talking about the headlines and the people making them. Thursdays at 6:30pm EST then available On Demand.

Listen here live at 6:30pm, EST Thursday and then available On Demand. 

Check Out Current Events Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Communities Digital News Hours on BlogTalkRadio
Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2015 Communities Digital News

This article is the copyrighted property of the writer and Communities Digital News, LLC. Written permission must be obtained before reprint in online or print media. REPRINTING CONTENT WITHOUT PERMISSION AND/OR PAYMENT IS THEFT AND PUNISHABLE BY LAW.

Correspondingly, Communities Digital News, LLC uses its best efforts to operate in accordance with the Fair Use Doctrine under US Copyright Law and always tries to provide proper attribution. If you have reason to believe that any written material or image has been innocently infringed, please bring it to the immediate attention of CDN via the e-mail address or phone number listed on the Contact page so that it can be resolved expeditiously.