Judy Daubenmier will be on The Young Turks at 7:30a.m. Wed., Nov. 15th.
The Young Turks, the first nationwide liberal talk show and first live, daily internet TV show, is a funny, smart, irreverent and entertaining look at politics, sex, news, pop culture, current affairs and personal stories. The Young Turks airs live M-F from 6 - 9 am ET on Air America Radio and via webcast.
The Young Turks began as Sirius Satellite Radio's first original program, and, while still on Sirius, is now nationally syndicated and available on itunes and online at www.theyoungturks.com and www.radiopower.org. The Young Turks also became the first ever live, daily internet video show, thereby starting Internet TV.
Co-host Cenk Uygur wrote this about Judy's book Project Rewire:
"Project Rewire" is a great explanation of where the media went and where it is going. If you want to know where the mainstream press went wrong and how it got there, this is the book to read. Judy Daubenmier gives us hope that through that there might be rewiring that leads us out of this dark period for the press.
"Unlike the right wing, Daubenmier understands that a healthy democracy needs a free press. Her aim isn't to tear the press down; it's to help it rise back up. Let's hope people read what she has written so they can figure out how to do just that."
Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. Young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations. (American Heritage Dictionary)