The award-winning journalist discusses her new project, Rigged, which uses original documents to expose the long, detailed, and horrifying history of corporate disinformation in the US.
Well, that was discouraging. I think that I will go look for pictures of puppies for a while.
My view here- adding brain science
This is a great discussion, so I'm sorry to make a negative comment. PLEASE stop with the "like, like, like, like ... " It makes a profound discussion sound like it's coming from a couple of giggly adolescent airheads. It has gotten to the point that I am finding it hard to listen (I'm on minute 52).
It was a positive for the podcast to shed light on the roots of public relations and how it is used to influence mass opinion. It would have been of added value if it discussed how it has evolved into a weapon, how it can be recognized, and how it can neutralized.
Can you have Anat Shenker-Osorio on also, to talk about how we can do better messaging?