Citations Needed

Citations Needed is a podcast about the intersection of media, PR, and power, hosted by Nima Shirazi and Adam Johnson.

https://www.facebook.com/citationsneeded/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h0m. Bisher sind 243 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 9 days 20 hours 52 minutes

subscribe
share






recommended podcasts


Episode 175: Selective Humanitarianism and the US Role in Afghanistan's Post-Occupation Famine


"History will cast a shadow over Biden’s decision to withdraw from Afghanistan," the Washington Post’s David Ignatius warned in April of 2021. "Biden's Betrayal of Afghans Will Live in Infamy," George Packer cautioned in The Atlantic magazine in...


share








   1h31m
 
 

Ep 174: How Your Favorite 1990's "Very Special" Anti-Drug Episode Was Probably Funded by the US Government


On a Very Special Episode of "Home Improvement," Tim and Jill lecture their son about the dangers of marijuana after he’s caught smoking a joint. On a powerful episode of ABC’s "Sports Night," written by Aaron Sorkin, sportscaster Dan Rydell...


share








   1h27m
 
 

News Brief: 'Tough Love' Used to Justify Abusing Children and Surplus Black Population in Alabama


In this News Brief, we talk with Josie Duffy Rice about her new podcast, "Unreformed: The Story of the Alabama Industrial School for Negro Children,” incarceration as racial disciplining mechanism, and what has––and hasn't––changed in our...


share








   39m
 
 

Episode 173: How to Sell Police Crackdowns on Homeless People to Liberals


"The city has had 125 daily interactions," New York Mayor Eric Adams tells the Daily News. "We’re working to solve the homelessness crisis, with innovative mental health interventions," San Francisco Mayor London Breed tells reporters. The city...


share








 2022-12-21  1h23m
 
 

Episode 172 - The Foundational Myth Machine: Indigenous Peoples of North America and Hollywood


Soldiers from the US Cavalry defeat the Plains Indians, securing new territory for their burgeoning empire. A group of settlers fends off an armed Indigenous tribe on horseback in their intrepid effort to conquer new lands. A Civil War hero decides to...


share








 2022-12-14  1h30m
 
 

News Brief: Biden, Congressional Dems Partner with GOP, Media to Discipline Rail Labor


In this News Brief, we are joined by Real News' Mel Buer and Max Alvarez to discuss the media campaign to obscure Biden and Congressional Dems selling out rail workers. 


share








 2022-11-30  57m
 
 

News Brief: Law & Order's Boring Anti-Bail Reform Diatribe


Five days before the midterm elections, the long-running NBC staple removed all subtlety and character work and explicitly lobbied against bail reform in a ham-fisted, boring slog of an episode. With guest Juwan J. Holmes.


share








 2022-11-23  43m
 
 

Episode 171: The Vacuity of "Radical Libs Forced Voters Into the Arms of the Right" Discourse


"How The Left Created Trump," revealed Rob Hoffman in Politico in November 2016. "Blame liberals for the rise of Donald Trump," insisted S.E. Cupp in The Chicago Tribune the year before. "How the left enabled fascism," explained David Winner in The...


share








 2022-11-16  1h16m
 
 

Episode 170: The Shallow, Audience-Flattering Appeal of the ‘Neither Right Nor Left’ Guy


"Clinton Says He's Not Leaning Left but Taking a New 'Third Way,'" reported The New York Times in 1992. "It's not left. It’s not right. It’s forward!" proclaimed former presidential candidate Andrew Yang during a 2019 Democratic debate. "Neither...


share








 2022-11-09  1h12m
 
 

Episode 169: How the Right Ventriloquizes "The Working Man" to Push Pro-Corporate Policy and Gut Welfare


"Yes, undocumented immigrants take jobs from working Americans. Here’s the proof," an opinion piece in The Washington Post tells us. "Save our truckers, not affluent students seeking a free ride," pleads longtime Republican consultant Douglas...


share








 2022-11-02  1h8m