Meghan & Harry, Dr. Seuss And More: Signals & Noise For March
The world is still abuzz about an interview, Oprah Winfrey's interview with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan. Even Buckingham Palace was forced to react.
That's one media story at the moment, among many, including the recent uproar over Doctor Seuss books being taken off the market.
We examine the media landscape monthly, in a segment we call Signals & Noise. We welcome back our regulars, Chris Lucas from the Southern Oregon University Communication faculty and Humboldt State University Journalism Chair Victoria Sama.
It's not all about politics in the media (though we could spend hours on that). Join us for a discussion that can include topics as disparate as virtual reality cinema and the best Jane Austen books.
"Pick Three" Media Choices for the month:
- "Nomadland," the movie about Americans traveling job-to-job
- "The Great North," an animated series on broadcast TV
- "MLK/FBI," about the FBI surveillance of Martin Luther King, Jr
Vicky Sama, immersed in bicycle racing: