Analyzing America’s ever-changing media landscape with Steve Scully
Air Dates: April 10-16, 2023
Three months ago, the GOP took control of the United States House of Representatives. Steve Scully cuts through the headlines and the talking points to help us understand what has changed in Washington since the end of 2022, and what has stayed the same.
Scully has worked as a political editor, host, and senior executive producer of C-SPAN’s programming. In his career, he has interviewed every president since Gerald Ford, and been executive producer on programming such as “Road to the White House” series, the Washington Journal, and the podcast “The Weekly.” Scully has taught at the University of Denver, Pace University, George Mason University and the University of California-DC Program. Scully completed his Terker Fellowship—2019-2021—at George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. Scully served on the White House Correspondents’ Association for nine years, serving as president from 2006-2007. He has chaired the Educational Society Global summit in Erie, Pa. for the past 11 years, and was named to the Pennsylvania Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2019.
On this episode of “Story in the Public Square,” Scully discusses the growing issues with misinformation in the media, and the importance of bipartisanship in America’s current political climate.
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