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Nima Shirazi and Adam Johnson
Citations Needed
Citations Needed is a podcast about the intersection of media, PR, and power, hosted by Nima Shirazi and Adam Johnson.
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4.9 stars from 3,706 ratings
one of the best
great, to the point, informative but also passionate & not afraid to get a bit emotional about subjects we should have strong feelings about. a must listen for progressives seeking media literacy
litany of thieves via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/10/21
I have learned so much from tuning in to this podcast over the last few years. The best thing about Nima and Adam is that they always center the most disadvantaged, voiceless individuals and discuss how the larger frameworks affect these people. Eye-Opening and would recommend to everyone
madison mclauchlan via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/17/21
This podcast is one of the few sources of news I can trust. Despite the fact that I consider myself a very political person, I always felt that the news was either a dispassionate rattling off of “facts” or triggered despair and unresolved trauma. Having taken courses on political theory and...Read full review »
mightyboheme via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/17/21
Recent Episodes
"Oligarch". "Hardliner". "Regime". All common terms seen in Anglo-American media when describing politicians and power structures in official villain states; yet - mysteriously absent when talking about ourselves or our allies. This Part II of our Citations Needed countdown of the Top 10 "Enemy...
Published 06/09/21
"Hand-picked successor", "firebrand", "proxy" — In Anglo-American media, there are certain Enemy Epithets that are reserved only for Official Enemy States of United States and their leaders, which are rarely, if ever, used to refer to the United States itself or its allies, despite these...
Published 06/02/21
In this public News Brief, we take a critical look at a recent wave of sensationalist "organized crime" "shoplifting epidemic" stories in national and Bay Area media and how they fit into a resurgent "Tough on Crime" narrative. We are joined by Fred Sherburn-Zimmer, Director of Housing Rights...
Published 05/26/21
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