August 12, 2008 – The panelists talk about product placement during newscasts. The New York Times recently reported that a Las Vegas television station used coffee cups from a fast food franchise as props during its morning news program.
July 29, 2008 – The panelists discuss the recent sale of a group of commercial radio stations in Macomb. Once the deal is finalized, all of Macomb's commercial radio stations will be owned by the same company.
July 22, 2008 – The panelists continue their discussion of Edward Murrow's "Wires and Lights in a Box" speech. They talk about whether reporters should advocate on an issue, or if they should simply present facts in as objective of a manner as possible.
July 15, 2008 – The panelists talk about Edward Murrow's "Wires and Lights in a Box" speech. The Radio and Television News Directors Association is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the speech, which criticized television's trend toward entertainment and away from news and public service.