I’ve been appearing on WBEZ’s Afternoon Shift about once a month to discuss the cultural news of the day. This week, I was on with host Steve Edwards and Kelly Kleiman to talk about the deaths of director Tony Scott and comedian Phyllis Diller, Groupon’s falling stock and the use of eminent domain in resolving the foreclosure crisis. You can listen to the segment here on the show roundup page. Also, check out my appearance on WBEZ’s 848 program a little while back when I talked about NBC’s Olympics coverage, black comic book characters and the Chick-Fil-A controversy with host Tony Sarabia and Chicago Tribune reporter Nina Metz.
Also, I’m still blogging for Social Media Week Chicago’s site. This week’s post is a discussion of the ways social media is affecting the 2012 election.