On Friday September 20th, our guest host Yuri Rashkin was joined by Brad Lichtenstein, who is am award-winning filmmaker and the president of 371 Productions, about his latest work “As Goes Janesville”, his work at Al Jazeera America, and some of his other projects.
Following the seizure of AP phone records in mid-May, 2013, the U.S. Senate introduced a media shield law to protect journalists from having to reveal their sources without a court order. Recently, however, a debate has arisen over who qualifies as a journalist and therefore those protections. On the August 16th A Public Affair, sub host Yuri Rashkin was joined by Craig Aaron, President and C.E.O of Free Press, to discuss the bill and controversy.
On the second half of the Monday July 15th show, host Yuri Rashkin talked with Roberta Retrum about political controversy on Facebook that sometimes results in organizations and groups being banned.
On the first half of the Monday July 15th show, host Yuri Raskin talked with Lori Compas about the Wisconsin Business Alliance as well as Go Wisco!
On the Friday, July 5th A Public Affair Yuri Rashkin was joined by Adam Rutherford and Bryan Bliss, Facebook gurus, to discuss Facebook as a tool for businesses, politics and activism.
On Tuesday May 28th, our host Yuri Rashkin interviewed Natasha Udensiva about energy in the twenty first century, in particular about the new emerging technological advances.