With the Boss on the road again, we look back at our 2018 study on how he would fare as a political candidate.
How terribly normal to be 70
For the Oscars: A research paper identifies three films about musicians that provide audiences with stronger connections to celebrities than popular biopics.
Students studying media and democracy predict Langworthy victory in GOP congressional primary
Students predict Langworthy victory in Tuesday’s GOP primary.
Poll shows New Yorkers favor Yankees over Mets
When it comes to baseball, New Yorkers have no political divides.
Radio: April Fools’ Day
Songs inspired by April Fools’ Day.
Radio: Wordle and songs about words
An hour of songs about words
Radio: The Spotify Controversy
For his Feb. 4, 2022, radio show, Jandoli Institute Executive Director Richard Lee played songs that can no longer be found on Spotify and explained how protests are nothing new for the artists who have pulled their music from the… Read More ›
Radio: Remembering the Challenger Tragedy
On Jan. 28, the anniversary of the Challenger tragedy, Jandoli Institute Executive Director Richard Lee played songs about rockets and space and offered his personal recollections about the news story he wrote about the explosion. Lee’s show streams live on… Read More ›
CDC’s Walensky puts media training to the test
By Richard Lee Last week, CNN reported that Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has been receiving media training from Mandy Grunwald, a political consultant and media advisor. Outside of the political and media… Read More ›
Radio: Infrastructure Week
It’s finally Infrastructure Week so songs about highways, trains and bridges comprised the content for Jandoli Institute Executive Director Richard Lee’s Nov. 11. radio show on WSBU-FM (88.3). Lee’s show streams live on Thursdays at 3 p.m. on the WSBU livestream… Read More ›