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The Other Side of the News with Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks

Media Mayhem is joined by TYT star, Ana Kasparian, who gets to serve time on the other side of the desk by opening herself up to answering questions about her experience in the media and why she is not a journalist.
The talk stretches to the Wolf PAC, new Pope, and the strange standards for women in the media.

Guest Bio

Ana Kasparian is the co-host and co-producer of The Young Turks, the flagship show of the largest online news show network in the world, TYT. She is also a co-producer and host of The Point, a show that is part of the TYT network.  Kasparian is also a writer for Examiner.com and serves as their ‘National Politics in Education’ reporter. Prior to beginning her career as a producer for CBS Radio in 2007, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from California State University Northridge.

Episode Breakdown

00:01 Coming up on Media Mayhem.
03:05 Welcoming Ana Kasparian and learning about her background in news.
08:40 How The Young Turks source their news.
11:58 Making amends for getting a story wrong.
13:44 Gender bias in the media.
20:46 Bob Woodward and compromising journalistic credibility.
24:49 The language of war reporting.
29:48 TYT and Wolf PAC.
36:07 Meet the new Pope, Anderson Cooper loses his shit.
42:19 Are young people demoralized? Cost-benefit analysis of Ivy League schools.

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Guest Bio

Ana Kasparian is the co-host and co-producer of The Young Turks, the flagship show of the largest online news show network in the world, TYT. She is also a co-producer and host of The Point, a show that is part of the TYT network.  Kasparian is also a writer for Examiner.com and serves as their ‘National Politics in Education’ reporter. Prior to beginning her career as a producer for CBS Radio in 2007, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from California State University Northridge.

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