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On this episode, we’ll be talking about the recent presidential primary elections in Iowa with essayist and opinion writer for New York magazine, Frank Rich. Prior to that Rich held multiple positions at The New York Times and is a known political commentator and the co-executive producer of the HBO Series...

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Tuesday, 02 February 2016

By Ivan Arevalo Photo Courtesy of Gabriela Diaz With catchy lyrics and a strong vibrato, Sarah Packiam takes on the world with her madalina.  Starting out writing songs at the age of 12, winning the National 2FM song contest at 14, and taking home second place representing  Ireland in The Song Contest for Young People in Europe (S.C.Y.P.E.), Sarah has always been destined for stardom.   Sarah has worked with Grammy Award winning producer Tim Mitchell, and was part of...

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Thursday, 28 January 2016

On this episode, host Merrill Brown is joined by Peter Kafka, senior media editor at Recode.net to talk about the power of streaming giant Netflix and the fight for your living room. Is Netflix murdering...

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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

As the generation who grew up with the beloved characters of Harry Potter, we grieve with the world one of the most unique and creative actors in the industry. British thespian Alan Rickman, died today at age 69. His deep, purr of a voice, one of the best in film. His characters, often villainous, displayed a complex level of emotions and motivations. It was these multifaceted roles that gained him the most recognition. One of those most esteemed characters was...

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Thursday, 14 January 2016

Featuring Montclair State’s own film faculty and coordinator of the film forum, Roberta Friedman. Professor Friedman worked on Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back as visual effects coordinator. We get to hear from the returning original cast Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher. Plus, Director J.J.Abrams and the new cast members to the saga Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac and John...

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Friday, 18 December 2015

Tuesday, December 8th, during Subspace Radio, Natalie Caamano spoke with Kevin Devine, independent singer-songwriter. Devine spoke about the upcoming Devinyl Splits, Series One shows (Dec. 11-13). Devine also spoke about his most recent LP, Matter of Time, recording his next LP, his 2015 music picks, and...

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Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Just a few hours before the fifth Republican debate, we were joined on our podcast Media Download by political reporter Matt Katz of WNYC and New Jersey Public Radio.  Katz has covered Governor Chris Christie for five years, first for The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he created The Christie Chronicles blog, and now for WNYC and New Jersey Public Radio, where he runs The Christie Tracker. We haven’t heard the last of #Bridgegate & Christie is up in polls in New...

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Tuesday, 15 December 2015

During the week of November 30th WMSC celebrated the one year anniversary of its morning news talk show “The Morning Buzz” with a five day...

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Sunday, 13 December 2015

Written by: Julia Siegel What is the best way for students to learn about the entertainment industry? “You can take classes, and that’s fantastic. Nothing for me motivated me and taught me more than hearing from people who were in the world doing this,” executive producer and documentarian Kahane Cooperman said. Cooperman went on to say that hearing lectures from leading professionals in the industry at a young age motivated her more to pursue a career in the world of film. This is exactly the...

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Saturday, 12 December 2015

Founding Member and Bassist of Megadeth, David Ellefson calls in to “The Metal Teddy Bear Experience” to talk about their new record “Dystopia” releasing on Jan. 22, 2016. He also talked about his new record label Ellefson Music Productions and upcoming headlining North American Tour and Dystopia World...

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Wednesday, 09 December 2015

Montclair State University awoke to discover the exterior walls of Calcia Hall had been covered in protest graffiti. The graffiti expressed the anger among students revolving around the lack of accessibility to the building after hours. College of the Arts’ Dean Daniel A Gurskis released a statement to WMSC. Stay tuned for coverage on this developing...

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Monday, 07 December 2015

Another rock luminary has left us way too soon. Scott Weiland, 48, of Stone Temple Pilot, Velvet Revolver and Scott Weiland & the Wildabouts died in his sleep while on his tour bus just hours before hitting the stage at Bloomington, MN. The cause of death has not been release although recorded calls from police tapes seem to indicate he went into cardiac arrest and died in his sleep. Weiland’s latest band, Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, had been scheduled...

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Friday, 04 December 2015