These video segments are culled from two interview series I hosted and produced for Truthout and TradioV.
‘m a one man band on these interviews. I host, produce, write, and edit these segments. This includes, creating lower-thirds, motion graphics for the intro, and editing in additional images and b-roll.
Investigative reporter, Greg Palast, has spent most of his career exposing the corrupting effects of money and politics in many hard-hitting pieces. This interview is about the Koch Brothers and Chris Christie, and has generated the highest number of views of the “Truthout Interviews” series.
Henry A. Giroux currently holds the Global TV Network Chair Professorship at McMaster University in the English and Cultural Studies Department.
Topic: Critique of neoliberalism and a discussion of Giroux’s article on Truthout entitled, “When Schools Become Dead Zones of the Imagination: A Critical Pedagogy Manifesto.” (August 2013).
Max Haiven, Writer at Truthout
Topic: Max Haiven on financialization, totalitarianism, and how an alternative approach to neo-liberal austerity and debt can be a reality. (June 2013).
Mike Ludwig, Writer at Truthout
Topic: Improper storage of chemicals that resulted in the explosion at the fertilizer plant in West, Texas (April 2013).
Alissa Bohling, Assistant Editor at Truthout
Topic: The trial of former Guatemalan dictator, Efraín Ríos Montt — who was indicted (and found guilty) on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
Thom Hartmann, Host of the Thom Hartman Show
Topic: Thom article on Truthout entitled “The Second Amendment was Ratified to Preserve Slavery.”
Jeff Giles, Editor In-Chief at Popdose
Topic: Discussion of Paul Thomas Anderson’s film, The Master
Mark Karlin, Editor of Buzzflash at Truthout
Topic: Mark Karlin argues that for some white males, a gun is a symbol and weapon of their power in society.
Laura Flanders, National Talk Show Host
Topic: Laura’s views on economic equality, the war in Afghanistan, cultural and political divisions in the U.S., and contemporary grassroots movements who are working to better the lives of the middle class people and the poor.
Ellen Dannin and Ann Hodges, Professors of labor law
Topic: The way in which judicial rulings have chipped away at the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 and eroded the rights of workers.
William Rivers Pitt, Editor and Writer at Truthout
Topic: Analysis of 2012 presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney