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Jaci Clement CEO & Executive Director, Fair Media Council & Host, FMC Fast Chat Podcast

Jaci Clement earned her first byline in a daily paper when she was in the fourth grade. She's worked in news and with news ever since. Now, she is considered one of the country's most influential media scholars. As CEO and Executive Director of the Fair Media Council, Jaci is noted for her visionary leadership of the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, now a prominent U.S. platform for thought leadership in news and media. The Fair Media Council advocates for quality news and works to create a media-savvy society. She also hosts the award-winning podcast, FMC Fast Chat. A native of Youngstown, Ohio, she attended Hofstra University, where she earned a B.A. in communications and journalism. Today she lives on Long Island's North Shore, is owned by a large dog, and drives a small car.

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Journey From Tripadvisor To Philanthropy &Raquo; 78F97Ee9Fdba6E1Ab01Aad212A9E5E1F 1
Journey from TripAdvisor to Philanthropy

In this episode, find out how one successful tech entrepreneur is starting over again, this time with a focus on Philanthropy. Steve Kaufer, co-founder and the recently retired CEO of TripAdvisor, is …

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In this episode, find out how one successful tech entrepreneur is starting over again, this time with a focus on Philanthropy. Steve Kaufer, co-founder and the recently retired CEO of TripAdvisor, is our guest. Kaufer talks about his new venture, Give Freely, what it's like to begin a second act at the age of 60, and what he's learned along the way,Hosted by Jaci Clement, CEO & Executive Director of the Fair Media Council. FMC Fast Chat is the award-winning podcast of the Fair Media Council, a 501c3 nonprofit organization advocating for quality news and working to create a media-savvy soci…

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How Social Media Is Toxic To Women &Amp; Girls &Raquo; 78F97Ee9Fdba6E1Ab01Aad212A9E5E1F
How Social Media is Toxic to Women & Girls

In this episode of FMC Fast Chat, delve into the issue of how social media is proving to be toxic to women, girls and nonbinary people, and the steps we need to take to remedy the situation. Host Jaci…

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In this episode of FMC Fast Chat, delve into the issue of how social media is proving to be toxic to women, girls and nonbinary people, and the steps we need to take to remedy the situation. Host Jaci Clement interviews communication professor Kara Alaimo, Ph.D., author of the newly released book, 'Over the Influence: How Social Media is Toxic for Women and Girls -- And How We Can Take It Back.' Armed with anecdotes and case studies that illustrate how social media is negatively impacting everything from relationships and parenting to physical and mental well-being, Alaimo not only has exami…

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Inside The Wave, Rockaway Queens' Source For Local News Since 1893 &Raquo; Wavecover
Inside the Wave, Rockaway Queens' Source for Local News Since 1893

From a stretch of sandy peninsula situated between the outer edges of New York City and Long Island, The Wave keeps the 130,000 residents of Rockaway, Queens informed. It's been the local newspaper th…

From a stretch of sa…

From a stretch of sandy peninsula situated between the outer edges of New York City and Long Island, The Wave keeps the 130,000 residents of Rockaway, Queens informed. It's been the local newspaper there for 130 years. The Wave's Editor in Chief Mark Healey speaks with FMC Fast Chat Host Jaci Clement about the paper's history and how it continues to cover this close-knit community.#localnews #americanhistory #rockaway #queens #journalism Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Inside The Historic Keene Sentinel: Local News In America Project &Raquo; 71F530
Inside the Historic Keene Sentinel: Local News in America Project

In an area of the country that inspired Thorton Wilder's "Our Town," one New Hampshire newspaper has been chronicling the life and times of its community since 1799.Keene Sentinel Owner and Publisher …

In an area of the co…

In an area of the country that inspired Thorton Wilder's "Our Town," one New Hampshire newspaper has been chronicling the life and times of its community since 1799.Keene Sentinel Owner and Publisher Thomas Ewing takes us inside the historic newspaper, offering an honest look at the challenges and rewards of serving a rural community. Part 5 of the Fair Media Council's Local News in America Project. Hosted by Jaci Clement, Fair Media Council CEO & Executive Director.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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