Genevieve Haas

After These Messages

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Co-host of the podcast "After These Message"

Genevieve Haas on KCRW

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, pitting the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons. We discuss one of the game’s most talked-about sideshows: the commercials.

Even Super Bowl commercials can't avoid politics

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, pitting the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons. We discuss one of the game’s most talked-about sideshows: the commercials.

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