Alyssa Rosenberg

June 12, 2013

Alyssa Rosenberg

Alyssa Rosenberg is a correspondent for TheAtlantic.com as well as pop culture critic for ThinkProgress.org. Alyssa is also a columnist for the Washington Monthly and The Loop 21. Then David talks about how important our privacy really is with Mark Thompson and Will Ryan.

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One Response to Alyssa Rosenberg

  1. Thomas Attila Lewis (@tomdog) June 26, 2013 at 8:19 am

    This was a great show and I like Alyssa Rosenberg a lot but I think the topic of women’s diminished roles in Hollywood went off the rails a bit when the Hays Code was linked to the phenomenon. The Hays Code was officially dissolved 45 years ago and it had been a mostly-unenforced joke for its last decade of existence. To link the lack of on-screen roles for women over 40 in 2013 to a list of rules that ceased to be effective 60 years ago is the “9/11 was an inside job” of Hollywood conspiracy theories. With easy access to low-cost but high quality cameras and software, I think we will see more great comedy and drama by women and starring women, that Hollywood can’t ignore. At least, that’s my dream but it could be a fantasy.

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