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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Violence and the news media
    With NBC's decision to broadcast the videotape of Seung Hui Cho, media coverage of the Virginia Tech massacre became the story and may have started a backlash against the competitive nature of the news business.9:06 a.m.
    Jane Kirtley: Silha professor of media ethics and law, and director of the Silha Center for Media Ethics and Law at the University of Minnesota.
    Edward Schiappa: Chair of the department of communication studies at the University of Minnesota.
  • Two poets share the stage
    Galway Kinnell and Josephine Dickinson talk about how poetry connects people of different nationalities and experiences. Kinnell reads from "Strong is Your Hold," Dickinson, from her collection of poems, "Silence Fell." Their Talking Volumes appearance was recorded April 12 at the Fitzgerald Theater.10:06 a.m.

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