KTEH Airs “Equal Time,” SJSU-Produced TV Program Examining Both Sides of the Story

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Experts discuss political correctness with host Bob Rucker on the set of "Equal Time."

In an era when unbiased journalism is said to be giving way to one-sided reporting, the SJSU School of Journalism and Mass Communications has launched “Equal Time,” a public affairs series. Assistant Professor Diane Guerrazzi, the show’s creator and executive producer, pulls no punches when selecting topics. Her series examines everything from the value of a college degree to poverty in Silicon Valley to the pluses and minus of living at a world immersed in social networking and cell phone applications. Students, alumni and professors have recently completed 13 new episodes, airing at 2:30 p.m. Saturday on KTEH. Each episode examines a different issue in depth, first presenting one side of an argument, then the other. The show ends with a roundtable discussion with professors and other experts in search of solutions. Interim Journalism and Mass Communications Chair Bob Rucker serves as the host. Get show times on the KTEH website.