Don’t miss what the media missed. Catch In the Loop’s program page after they run their audio edits & post their photos. And you shouldn’t be the only one to catch it, because they’re taking a look at what the media missed in 2007:
‘Tis the seasonâ€¦ for the Year in Review. You know the deal. News shows, newspapers and magazines highlight the big moments of the past year. What was hot, what fizzled, what big events caught the attention of the country. This year, In The Loop turns the tradition on its head with a look at what the media missed in 2007.
*Clears throat* Well that ought to be interesting listening, since I even missed the show’s airing last night. I did catch a glimpse, because In the Loop’s host Jeff Horwich sat down with Tom Crann to talk about stories the media missed. Horwich outlined some of the stories, such as Muslim youth in schools, gay sports leagues, and a Little Falls, Minn., woman, who became a U.S. citizen…at the age of 106.
What you think the media missed in 2007? What didn’t the media cover, or what could have been covered better?
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