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"[An] excellent show that is part of this new communications environment in which people can be offered a way to reflect rather than to react." Prof. Manuel Castells on Hearsay Culture. Hearsay Culture is a KZSU-FM (Stanford University) radio interview show and podcast, hosted by Dave Levine, an Associate Professor of Law at Elon University School of Law and a Non-Residential Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society (CIS) at Stanford Law School. In sum, each 50-55 minute show is designed to cover modern technology/Internet issues, but not from a purely law or geek perspective. From the KZSU-FM schedule description: "An interview talk show that focuses on the intersection of technology and society. How is our world impacted by the great technological changes taking place? Each week, a different sphere is explored." Dave founded the show in May 2006, and has recorded over 250 interviews. Hearsay Culture was listed in the American Bar Association ("ABA") Journal's Blawg 100 of 2008, as one of the "top 100 best Web sites by lawyers, for lawyers."

"[An] excellent show that is part of this new communications environment in which people can be offered a way to reflect rather than to react." Prof. Manuel Castells on Hearsay Culture. Hearsay Culture is a KZSU-FM (Stanford University) radio interview show and podcast, hosted by Dave Levine, an Associate Professor of Law at Elon University School of Law and a Non-Residential Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society (CIS) at Stanford Law School. In sum, each 50-55 minute show is designed to cover modern technology/Internet issues, but not from a purely law or geek perspective. From the KZSU-FM schedule description: "An interview talk show that focuses on the intersection of technology and society. How is our world impacted by the great technological changes taking place? Each week, a different sphere is explored." Dave founded the show in May 2006, and has recorded over 250 interviews. Hearsay Culture was listed in the American Bar Association ("ABA") Journal's Blawg 100 of 2008, as one of the "top 100 best Web sites by lawyers, for lawyers."
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Stanford, CA

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"[An] excellent show that is part of this new communications environment in which people can be offered a way to reflect rather than to react." Prof. Manuel Castells on Hearsay Culture. Hearsay Culture is a KZSU-FM (Stanford University) radio interview show and podcast, hosted by Dave Levine, an Associate Professor of Law at Elon University School of Law and a Non-Residential Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society (CIS) at Stanford Law School. In sum, each 50-55 minute show is designed to cover modern technology/Internet issues, but not from a purely law or geek perspective. From the KZSU-FM schedule description: "An interview talk show that focuses on the intersection of technology and society. How is our world impacted by the great technological changes taking place? Each week, a different sphere is explored." Dave founded the show in May 2006, and has recorded over 250 interviews. Hearsay Culture was listed in the American Bar Association ("ABA") Journal's Blawg 100 of 2008, as one of the "top 100 best Web sites by lawyers, for lawyers."

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Episodes

Show # 259 — Prof. Shannon Vallor, author of Technology and the Virtues — posted

11/8/2016
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As you may have noticed (even in the barrage of election coverage), I’ve been silent since the end of July. The reason is rather simple: since July, I’ve taught five classes (Contracts, Intellectual Property Survey, two sections of Internet Law, and a new course (for me), Employment Discrimination Law). To do that well, along with […]

Duration: 00:58:10


Show # 258 — Prof. Paul Ringel on commercializing childhood — posted

7/30/2016
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I’m pleased to post show # 258, June 24, my interview with Prof. Paul Ringel of High Point University, author of Commercializing Childhood. Paul’s study may seem superficially beyond Hearsay Culture’s scope, until one considers the role of marketing, especially to children, on the Internet. Paul’s book frames part of this heretofore-unknown marketing history by […]

Duration: 00:59:24


Show # 257 — Prof. Neil Netanel on Jewish copyright law — posted

7/29/2016
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I’m pleased to post show # 257, June 17, my interview with Prof. Neil Netanel of UCLA Law, author of From Maimonides to Microsoft: The Jewish Law of Copyright Since the Birth of Print. I’ve had occasion to discuss Jewish intellectual property law in the past, and always seize the opportunity when it arises. Neil […]

Duration: 00:57:06


Show # 256 — Francesca Musiani, Profs. Derrick Cogburn and Laura DeNardis — on Internet infrastructure, posted

7/28/2016
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It’s been a busy summer, having (a) taught an exciting (and sadly timely) new course on Employment Discrimination Law: and taking the stage (really). As a result, Hearsay Culture has taken a bit of a summer hiatus; but, I have a few more shows from the past two months to post. Here’s the first, show […]

Duration: 00:59:04


Show # 251 — Dave King, of The Bad Plus and Rational Funk — posted

4/10/2016
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I’m posting this show on a Sunday night, with The Jazztet’s Another Git Together (Mercury SR-60737, 1962), playing on my turntable. This is an appropriate background — although, as my guest points out in this interview, music listening should be immersive, not merely serve as a backdrop — for posting Show # 251, March 11, […]

Duration: 00:58:55


Show # 250(!) — Sam Brylawski on audio preservation — posted

4/8/2016
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I’m honored to post Show # 250 (!), March 4, my interview with Sam Brylawski of the Library of Congress’ National Sound Preservation Board, co-author of the ARSC Guide to Audio Preservation. Sam is one of the pioneers of audio sound preservation, and one of its foremost experts, having been the President of the Association […]

Duration: 00:56:38


Show # 249 — Lorelei Kelly on resilient government — posted

4/7/2016
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I’m excited to post Show # 249, February 26, my interview with Lorelei Kelly of the New America Foundation on technology and legislative decision-making. Lorelei has done unique, critical and groundbreaking working focusing on the collapse of substantive expertise within Congress. More recently, Lorelei has been working on how governments can build resiliency into the […]

Duration: 00:55:19