USA soccer fans were heartbroken yesterday when Portugal forced a tie in the last seconds of the World Cup game. We talk about what’s next for the team. Plus, we take a closer look at the Spanish-language media market in Los Angeles and why it’s harder to quantify than the rest of the media. Plus, there’s been a surge in undocumented, unaccompanied children crossing the U.S. border in recent months. We talk to a woman who’s been working with them. We also debate whether understanding computer code is becoming as important as understanding the English language. And we get a roundup of the latest news coming out of the TV industry.
Youth at the Border, Crushing World Cup Tie and Code Literacy
From this Episode:
World Cup Update
USA soccer fans were heartbroken yesterday when Portugal forced a tie in the last seconds of the World Cup game. Now, USA goes on to play powerhouse Germany on Thursday. But...
8 min, 12 sec
Spanish-Language Media Market
In April, a station that plays regional Mexican music jumped over four other stations to win the key "morning drive" time period. Then ratings plunged back down 37% in May....
7 min, 42 sec
Youth at the Border
There’s been a surge in undocumented, unaccompanied children crossing the U.S. border in recent months. The numbers are so big, the situation’s been called a humanitarian...
9 min, 40 sec
Is Coding the New Literacy?
Some computer literacy advocates say learning to read and write computer code is practically as important as understanding the english language. And they say it will become...
11 min, 12 sec