Latest edition: Falling Firewall of ChinaTweet
Original tape date: October 9, 2014.
First aired: October 15, 2014.
First, despite Beijing's censors, pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong speak their own language on Twitter that deceives government suppression. Does this mean that the days of China's control of expression in media is waning? Joining us to discuss, Perry Link, emeritus professor of East Asian studies at Princeton University and author of "Restless China."
Then, in our public intellectual segment, a new study shows that governments are falling behind when it comes to using social media for messaging during crises. Our guest researched Twitter data from the U.S. and South Korea in the 24 hours following the 2013 North Korea nuclear attack as a sample. So how does information flow? To discuss, lead author Kyujin Jung, a PhD candidate at the University of North Texas.
Next, last summer the city devoted more than $600,000 to the "war on rats." This came with the statistic that there are twice as many rats as New Yorkers. But is that so? Our guest, Jonathan Lyle Auerbach says not so. He won the Young Statisticians Writing Competition of 2014 for using city open data to recount the rats.
Then, in our new series "Bottom Line Politics," Greg David, columnist for Crain's New York addresses Mayor de Blasio's goal of building 200,000 new units of affordable housing.
And finally, Archtober, a month long celebration of New York City's architecture in images. To take us on the tour, Cynthia Kracauer, the managing director of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter.
Jonathan Lyle Auerbach PhD Candidate, Statistics, Columbia University
Greg David Director of Business and Economics Reporting, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Kyujin Jung PhD Candidate, University of North Texas
Cynthia Kracauer Managing Director, American Institute of Architects New York Chapter
Perry Link Emeritus Professor of East Asian Studies; Author, Princeton University; “Restless China”
Dr. Han Woo Park Professor, Media & Communication, YeungNam University
- Wednesday, October 22 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, October 23 - 2:00am
- Saturday, October 25 - 10:00am
- Sunday, October 26 - 11:15pm
- Wednesday, October 29 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, October 30 - 2:00am
- Saturday, November 1 - 10:00am
- Monday, November 3 - 11:55pm
- Wednesday, November 5 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, November 6 - 2:00am
- Saturday, November 8 - 10:00am
- Sunday, November 9 - 11:10pm
- Wednesday, November 12 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, November 13 - 2:00am
- Saturday, November 15 - 10:00am
- Sunday, November 16 - 11:00pm
- Falling Firewall of China
- Wednesday, October 15 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, October 16 - 2:00am
- Saturday, October 18 - 10:00am
- Sunday, October 19 - 11:00pm
- Dysfunction Deconstructed: NY Criminal Justice
- Wednesday, October 8 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, October 9 - 2:00am
- Saturday, October 11 - 10:00am
- Sunday, October 12 - 11:10pm
- Soldier Debts; Bike Crash; Ashkenazi Genome; NY101
- Wednesday, October 1 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, October 2 - 2:00am
- Saturday, October 4 - 10:00am
- Sunday, October 5 - 11:00pm
- The Climate Change Crisis: Which Way Out?
- Wednesday, September 24 - 7:00am, 1:00pm, 7:30pm
- Thursday, September 25 - 2:00am
- Saturday, September 27 - 10:00am
- Sunday, September 28 - 11:00pm
- Against a Sea of Trouble
- Saturday, September 20 - 10:00am
- Sunday, September 21 - 11:00pm