Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker dissect columnist Margaret Sullivan’s piece, “A New Way of Looking at Trust in Media,” to determine what journalists and citizens care about, and how to accommodate this change in journalism (3:50). Then, Jessica Bruder, author of the book Nomadland, joins to discuss her experience reporting on the phenomenon of older Americans leaving their homes in pursuit of seasonal work, and touch on the Oscar-nominated film adaptation (30:28). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.
Are Journalists Doing It Wrong?
Plus, author Jessica Bruder on ‘Nomadland’ and her experience reporting on older Americans leaving their homes in pursuit of seasonal work
Van and Rachel also discuss LeBron James’s comments about the non-coverage of the Jerry Jones controversy
Kevin is joined by CBS Sports’ Will Brinson to preview five of this weekend’s most intriguing NFL matchups and predict the four teams in the CFB Playoff
Brian and three-time Super Bowl champ James White discuss the Pats’ dysfunctional offense, potential friction between Mac Jones and Matt Patricia, Devin McCourty’s Patriots career, and more
A year ago, the rise of authoritarianism across the world was ascendant. But at this very moment, the opposite narrative seems like it might just be the most important story in the world.