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Light On Light Through

You'll hear a little of this and lot of that on Light On Light Through - my reviews of great television series and movies, my interviews with authors and creative media people and their interviews of me, my media theory and political commentary, thoughts about my favorite cars and food and space travel, discussions of my music, and a few of my readings from my science fiction stories. In the first years, starting in 2006, I put up a new episode at least once a month.  More recently, it became more or less often than once a month, usually less often.  But in the Summer of 2020, I began getting more in the mood to podcast, and on 17 October 2023, I began publishing a new episode of the podcast every Tuesday at 12:01 pm -- a minute after Noon (New York time).  - Paul Levinson 

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Nov 26, 2006

Welcome to the 10th Episode of Light On Light Through ... Every Eye's A Camera, Every Ear's A Mike ... or, How the Cell Phone On YouTube Has Made Movie Stars of Us All, For Better or Worse...

It's good for outing racist cops and comedians, but that same cellphone-YouTube hookup, now in almost everyone's hands, means that any and all of us can wind up on YouTube at the drop of a hat, or the flip of a silent cell phone in the corner.  Some of us - including me - love almost any kind of publicity.  But what about those of us who do not?

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Also on Episode 10 - and looking at the bright side of microphones - introducing Ebony Moore ... singer, songwriter, musician, actress ... you'll hear a minute of her record, Make It Count ... It's irresistible! I'm singing it under my breath even as I'm writing this ... Hear the complete song and more of her fine music at



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