I'm pleased to post the last Hearsay Culture show of the summer quarter, Show #149, August 31, my interview with Prof. Susan Shirk of the University of California - San Diego, editor of the book Changing Media, Changing China.
Susan has edited a book comprised of essays about China's media landscape by some of China's leading journalists and academics, as well as other experts. As a scholar with decades of experience living in and studying Chinese media, Susan was an outstanding guest with whom to discuss the complex and somewhat counter-intuitive relationship between the Chinese government and the media, which ranges from government to private entities. I greatly enjoyed the conversation!
[Cross posted at Hearsay Culture].