The story gets out in China, in this month's Signals & Noise
China maintains very tight controls on the Internet and mass media, preventing news that casts the government in a bad light from seeing the light of day. But images and videos of people protesting the government's zero-COVID policy got out anyway.
This is just one topic we can take up in our regular media panel discussion, Signals & Noise. Our regulars got December off, so we reach back to our original panelists, Southern Oregon University professors Precious Yamaguchi and Andrew Gay. Listen for a discussion that can include topics as disparate as video-streaming services and the best Victorian novels.