We discuss what’s one of the fastest growing frauds out there and why thousands of people each day are getting tricked.
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We speak with two social media experts about Meta’s big investment in Threads and what needs to change in the coming months to avoid its quick demise.
We highlight this ever-evolving lucrative industry and how new laws are better protecting those who’ve been previously taken advantage of.
We discuss how comedy isn’t going anywhere– it’s just adapting to the changing times.
Experts discuss how conspiracy theories arise, why they’re so pervasive online, and why artificial intelligence may make these narratives more difficult to detect.
We talk about what’s driving this big move and how it’s going to impact both Canadians and media outlets.
Christian Madsbjerg, a mindfulness expert, gives tips on how people can slow down, increase their focus, and feel less chronically stressed.
Jay Leno. David Letterman. Jimmy Fallon. Stephen Colbert. We highlight the rise and fall of late-night TV.
We speak with two experts within the field about how artificial intelligence is forcing them to rethink the future of music artistry and production.
We speak with two experts about the fast-evolving social media landscape and how consumers can better protect themselves from data mining.
We cover this burgeoning sector, the lack of overhead regulation in the U.S. and the risks this pervasive form of gambling has on a younger population.
Dr. Merten Reglitz explains the pros and cons of government-subsidized internet.
Many media are outlets shifting their formats to better compete with social media and Americans’ reduced attention spans. Co-founder of Axios Roy Schwartz joins us this week to talk about how everyone, and not just journalists, can use this stylistic change to improve both their writing and presenting.
More Americans are turning to social media for their news instead of seeking out information from established news outlets. We discuss what’s driving this push and how it’s affecting information accuracy.
With TikTok continuously adding new users, many platforms like Instagram and Facebook are fighting to stay current with new updates mimicking TikTok. But, what if some of us like these OG platforms the way they are?
We speak with Adam Chandler, journalist and author of Drive-Thru Dreams: A Journey Through the Heart of America’s Fast-Food Kingdom about the events that fed into the rapid rise of the fast-food industry and how different chains are fighting to stay present and on-trend in today’s competitive restaurant landscape.
While it may seem like people have some control over privacy settings, this is merely an illusion argues law professor Neil Richards. This week on Viewpoints - we highlight the lack of privacy online and why consumers should expect better from corporations and their government.
Being an influencer has turned into a career option for some, and today, some college students are pursuing degrees in social media to work within the industry or try their hand at becoming an influencer themselves. We discuss the state of social media education and the larger implications of this shift in modern culture.