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Holding the Media Responsible for Outcomes

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    The American Academy of Pediatrics recently unsuccessfully tried to stop the airing of the first episode of Eli Stone. Why? Because the episode revolved around a virus additive that was blamed for a case of autism. In this segment, our guest Dr. Michael Rich, Director of the Center on Media and Child Health at Children's Hospital in Boston, talks with Dr. Bill Rutenberg about whether or not the media should be held responsible for outcomes related to programming.

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    The American Academy of Pediatrics recently unsuccessfully tried to stop the airing of the first episode of Eli Stone. Why? Because the episode revolved around a virus additive that was blamed for a case of autism. In this segment, our guest Dr. Michael Rich, Director of the Center on Media and Child Health at Children's Hospital in Boston, talks with Dr. Bill Rutenberg about whether or not the media should be held responsible for outcomes related to programming.

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Schedule15 Oct 2021