WSWS arts editor appears on Wisconsin Public Radio

10 December 2003

World Socialist Web Site Arts Editor David Walsh appeared on Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR) December 8 to discuss the Michael Jackson case and the implications of the media frenzy that surrounds it. Walsh was contacted by producers of the Kathleen Dunn call-in program after a listener in a previous show had recommended his December 1 article on the WSWS, “Michael Jackson’s tragedy.”

Dunn hosts the 17 “Ideas Network” stations of WPR every weekday morning from 9 to 11 am. Wisconsin Public Radio has a weekly audience of 381,000 listeners.

After Dunn’s introduction and a brief comment by Walsh, calls were taken from listeners around the state who offered their opinions. A lively discussion ensued about Jackson’s life and career, the role of the media, its corporate domination and the political and cultural situation in the US.

To hear the broadcast go to:

http://www.wpr.org/webcasting/ideas_audioarchives.cfm?Code=dun

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