Listeners sound off on television
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
Americans have a love-hate relationship with the television. And there'll soon be a lot more to love and hate, as television programs becomes more and more ubiquitous, appearing on cell phones, i-pods, on buses and at gas stations. We'll talk to two experts and take calls from listeners about their attitudes towards television.
- Robert Thompson . Director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University.
- David Peters . Family therapist in private practice in San Diego.
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