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2020: A Propaganda Masterpiece Parts 1&2 | Perspectives on the Pandemic | Mark Crispin Miller
Published by Journeyman Pictures, July 2020.

"Propaganda is the executive arm of the invisible government,” wrote Edward Bernays, the father of modern propaganda. In this combined 2-part interview, Mark Crispin Miller, professor of Media Studies at New York University, discusses the propaganda onslaught that defined the year 2020, when what was dismissed one week is confirmed the next, and why questioning official narratives "necessarily means taking ‘conspiracy theory’ seriously.

Mark Crispin Miller is Professor of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University. His research interests include modern propaganda, history and tactics of advertising, American film, and media ownership. He is the author of Boxed In: The Culture of TV; Seeing Through Movies; Mad Scientists: The Secret History of Modern Propaganda; Spectacle: Operation Desert Storm and the Triumph of Illusion; and The Bush Dyslexicon.

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I watched a great interview with MCM, I think it was this one

https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-1633-mark-crispin-miller-exposes...

cheers, bro, thanks for sharing

Interviewer is usually decent, bit of a wally, up his own ass, but vaguely has the right intentions.

https://delingpole.podbean.com/e/mark-crispin-miller/

The videos are good. He also has a number of books available: can anybody recommend a good one? I took a quick look, but didn’t see one that grabbed me as much as those by other media theorists such as Douglas Rushkoff or Erik Davis. The one called “Seeing through movies” sounds really promising, but it must be a slow read because I couldn’t get his point in the first section.