November 27, 2007 – The panelists discuss a dispute between some members of the media and the Illinois High School Association. The IHSA says it holds the rights to images - such as photos - that are taken at events such as the state football championship games.
November 13, 2007 – The panelists talk about an FCC proposal to lift limits on cross-ownership of media organizations. The changes could allow one person or company to own just about every media outlet in a town. Is this good for business? Is this bad for democracy?
October 30, 2007 – The panelists discuss a recent news conference staged by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It appeared to be a real news conference with real reporters, but it turns out the "reporters" were actually FEMA employees. Legitimate reporters were allowed to listen in but could not ask questions.