John Nichols is The Nations Wash­ing­ton D.C. cor­re­spon­dent and the asso­ciate edi­tor for the Cap­i­tal Times in Madi­son, Wisc. His arti­cles have appeared in many newspapers.

Robert W. McCh­es­ney is a pro­fes­sor of com­mu­ni­ca­tion at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Illi­nois at Urbana-Cham­paign and a for­mer edi­tor of Month­ly Review. He is the author of many books, includ­ing Rich Media, Poor Democ­ra­cy: Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Pol­i­tics in Dubi­ous Times. He hosts Media Mat­ters on WILL-AM radio.

McCh­es­ney and Nichols have co-authored the books It’s the Media, Stu­pid! (Sev­en Sto­ries), Our Media, Not Theirs (Sev­en Sto­ries), Tragedy and Farce: How the Amer­i­can Media Sell Wars, Spin Elec­tions, and Destroy Democ­ra­cy (The New Press) and, most recent­ly, The Death and Life of Amer­i­can Jour­nal­ism (Nation Books). McCh­es­ney and Nichols are the co-founders of Free Press, the nation’s media-reform network.
Interview
Robert McChesney and John Nichols
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The Rise of Professional Journalism
Reconsidering the roots of our profession in an age of media crisis.
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Our Media, Not Theirs
Building the U.S. media reform movement
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Turning the Tide
It’s time to fight the Enronization of the media.