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Investigative reporting outlet Shadowproof.com presents a series of fascinating discussions with authors on topics ranging from jail reform to whistleblowing.

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Ep. 9: Barry Eisler

Best-selling author Barry Eisler talks about his latest novel "The Gods Eye View," exploring issues of whistleblowing and mass surveillance. For one hour, Kevin Gosztola and Barry Eisler discuss Eisler's fiction book set in the present-day, where the government will hunt down and kill whistleblowers and journalists to protect secret worldwide surveillance programs. They talk about Eisler's key inspiration for the book, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and other sources of inspiration for the story. They also have a conversation about the culture within the global security state, which is reflected in Eisler's novel.

64 MIN2016 APR 14
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Ep. 9: Barry Eisler

Ep. 8: Robbie Martin

Filmmaker Robbie Martin discusseshis documentary series, “A Very Heavy Agenda.” For one hour, Martin joins Shadowproof for a conversation abouthow the film series tackles the rise of the neoconservatives after 9/11, which stoked public fears of another terrorist attack to further their agenda for regime change and interventions abroad. He also examinesthe rise of a new, younger line of neocons permeating the media landscape today.

59 MIN2016 MAR 16
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Ep. 8: Robbie Martin

Ep. 7: Project Censored

Project Censored's Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth discuss "Censored 2016: Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2014-2015." With host Kevin Gosztola, they talk about "junk food news," "news abuse," and other concepts Project Censored promotes to improve the public's understanding of news citizens consume. Both highlight some of the key censored stories from the past year, which range from methane gas contributing to climate change to the NSA having its own Google-style search engine to staggering developments related to global wealth inequality. Huff and Roth also take some time to address recent news trends, like Vox and Buzzfeed's practice of publishing news explainers. The conversation wraps with a discussion of investigative journalist Seymour Hersh and how the establishment press has transformed him into a pariah because they reject his work on Syria and Osama bin Laden.

54 MIN2016 FEB 27
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Ep. 7: Project Censored

Latest Episodes

Ep. 9: Barry Eisler

Best-selling author Barry Eisler talks about his latest novel "The Gods Eye View," exploring issues of whistleblowing and mass surveillance. For one hour, Kevin Gosztola and Barry Eisler discuss Eisler's fiction book set in the present-day, where the government will hunt down and kill whistleblowers and journalists to protect secret worldwide surveillance programs. They talk about Eisler's key inspiration for the book, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, and other sources of inspiration for the story. They also have a conversation about the culture within the global security state, which is reflected in Eisler's novel.

64 MIN2016 APR 14
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Ep. 9: Barry Eisler

Ep. 8: Robbie Martin

Filmmaker Robbie Martin discusseshis documentary series, “A Very Heavy Agenda.” For one hour, Martin joins Shadowproof for a conversation abouthow the film series tackles the rise of the neoconservatives after 9/11, which stoked public fears of another terrorist attack to further their agenda for regime change and interventions abroad. He also examinesthe rise of a new, younger line of neocons permeating the media landscape today.

59 MIN2016 MAR 16
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Ep. 8: Robbie Martin

Ep. 7: Project Censored

Project Censored's Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth discuss "Censored 2016: Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2014-2015." With host Kevin Gosztola, they talk about "junk food news," "news abuse," and other concepts Project Censored promotes to improve the public's understanding of news citizens consume. Both highlight some of the key censored stories from the past year, which range from methane gas contributing to climate change to the NSA having its own Google-style search engine to staggering developments related to global wealth inequality. Huff and Roth also take some time to address recent news trends, like Vox and Buzzfeed's practice of publishing news explainers. The conversation wraps with a discussion of investigative journalist Seymour Hersh and how the establishment press has transformed him into a pariah because they reject his work on Syria and Osama bin Laden.

54 MIN2016 FEB 27
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Ep. 7: Project Censored

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