A research paper identifies three films about musicians that provide audiences with stronger connections to celebrities than popular biopics.
An hour of songs about words
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 ›
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 ›
By Richard Lee Crain’s New York Business published its list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in New York this week. Attorney General Letitia James is tops on the list, one slot ahead of Gov. Kathy Hochul. Crain’s criteria for… Read More ›
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 ›
By Richard Lee Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy’s narrow victory over Republican Jack Ciattarelli in Tuesday’s New Jersey governor’s election is reminiscent of Christie Whitman’s 1990 campaign for U.S. Senate. At the time, Whitman, a Republican, was a county freeholder who… Read More ›