The most recent episode of The Coy Barefoot Program is now available online in our Media Project Gallery. This episode includes interviews with Andy Block, Director of the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice, who joins Coy to discuss an historic sweeping overhaul to the system of justice for young people in Virginia—proposed changes that many say are long overdue; and guest David Leblang of the University of Virginia explores the refugee crisis in Europe, as well as the political debate about immigration to America.
University of Virginia Law Professor Brandon Garrett joins host Coy Barefoot on Citizens Band Radio to discuss his latest book, "Too Big To Jail: How Prosecutors Compromise with Corporations."
Now available online: award-winning journalist Coy Barefoot's exclusive, extended conversation with out-going Charlottesville Chief of Police Tim Longo.
The Chronicle of Higher Education today published an interview with Frank LoMonte, Executive Director of the Student Press Law Center, exploring the effort to protect student journalists in the New Media era.
“Thomas Jefferson. . . knew what schools were for — to ensure that citizens would know when and how to protect their liberty. . . It would not have come easily to the mind of such a man, as it does to political leaders today, that the young should be taught to read exclusively for the purpose of increasing their economic productivity.” — Neil Postman
The premiere episode of The Coy Barefoot Program, a project of the Center for Media and Citizenship, is now available online in the Media Project Gallery of our website. The first episode includes an exclusive, extended conversation with Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe.
The Center for Media and Citizenship today announced it is partnering with WVPT-PBS in Harrisonburg, Virginia to extend the broadcast reach of The Coy Barefoot Program.
James Madison's words are both insight and warning.
The University of Virginia's esteemed student newspaper, now marking its 126th year of production, has coverage of the new Center for Media and Citizenship.
The newest episode of Citizens Band Radio, the official podcast and broadcast of the Center for Media and Citizenship, includes an interview with Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer, author, historian and legal scholar. Mike joins Coy to discuss his books, "Becoming Madison" and "Demagogue."
The Coy Barefoot Program premieres today on ABC16 here in Charlottesville. Here are the complete details.
The Center for Media and Citizenship at the University of Virginia today announced its new partnership with Gray Television's Charlottesville Newsplex, which operates the CBS, ABC and FOX affiliates in Central Virginia. The two organizations will combine talents and resources to produce and broadcast The Coy Barefoot Program, with Executive Producer and Host, award-winning journalist Coy Barefoot.
The Center for Media and Citizenship today launched its complete suite of social media platforms.
Today the Center for Media and Citizenship launched production of its official podcast, Citizens Band Radio.
For those who come after us.