News Item Archive - 2011

Tricarico on Democracy Now!

Antonio Tricarico appeared on Democracy Now! yesterday to discuss the Italian financial crisis following his inclusion on an IPA news release.

Fremstad on NPR

Shawn Fremstad appeared in an NPR story following his appearance on an IPA news release. He discussed structural poverty in the U.S. on “All Things Considered.”

Panayotakis On Democracy Now, Press TV, Hartman and More

Following his appearance on an IPA news release, Costas Panayotakis appeared in The Indypendent, Democracy Now!, Press TV and The Thom Hartman Show to discuss Greece and the global capitalism crisis. Watch his appearance on DN! below:

Gupta in New York Times, Al-Jazeera English

After his inclusion on an IPA news release, Occupied Wall Street Journal and the Indypendent founder Arun Gupta credited the site with dozens of interview requests. “As a founder of both The Indypendent and now The Occupied Wall Street Journal, I have been contacted by literally more than 40 newspapers, radio stations, wire services and television stations from around the country and the world in just a few days. I know for a fact that at least 75 percent of these requests were interview were generated as a result of the IPA press releases featuring me as an expert on the Occupy Wall Street movement.”

Among his interviews were appearances in the New York Times and Al-Jazeera English.

Schneider Appears in New York Times, NPR and Al-Jazeera English

Nathan Schneider, after his appearance on an IPA news release near the start of the Occupy movement, has appeared in a number of prominent media outlets.

He discussed the roots of the movement on “All Things Considered” at the end of September. NPR also cross-posted an article he wrote for The Nation.

He appeared in the New York Times to address some of the challenges facing Occupy Wall Street.

Among other sites, Schneider also made his way into an Al-Jazeera English article and appeared on-air on October 2.

Ferguson on Occupy Wall Street

Following his appearance on an IPA news release, Thomas Ferguson spoke about Occupy Wall Street and congressional taxation debates on Uprising Radio. Listen to the interview here.

Boyle Appears in Wall Street Journal

Following his appearance on an IPA news release on Thursday, Francis Boyle was quoted in the Wall Street Journal Saturday discussing options for Palestinians seeking statehood if the U.S. vetoes the nation’s efforts to gain recognition through the UN Security Council. Boyle, an adviser to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, believes the UN General Assembly could also be a potential route to membership. It would take a two-thirds vote in the General Assembly to grant Palestine membership.

Nader on America’s Radio News, Democracy Now

Following his appearance on an IPA news release Monday Ralph Nader appeared on both America’s Radio News and Democracy Now to discuss Obama’s bypassing of Elizabeth Warren to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Check out both interviews here and here.

Canova on the Wealth Gap

Canova, a professor of international economic law at the Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California, appeared on Russia Today America earlier this month following his inclusion on an IPA news release. He talked about the financial crisis and the “most top-heavy distribution of wealth and income since before the 1920’s, perhaps since the Gilded Age of the 1890s.”

Gareth Porter Talks “Withdrawal” on Democracy Now

Gareth Porter appeared on Democracy Now! this morning to address Obama’s newly-announced plans to scale back troops in Afghanistan. Watch it here.