Consuming Images

This rare documentary from 1990 with Bill Moyers was possibly the first to examine the hyper-commercialized images the mainstream media floods us with. It includes interviews with Neil Postman, Stuart Ewen, Mark Crispin Miller, Herbert Schiller, and others. It is just as relevant today as when first aired.

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by New Philosopher on May 11, 2013

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