Montana Profiles

Beginning in 1993, Gene Brodeur hosted a bi-weekly news public affairs series for MontanaPBS. The series concluded in 2003.

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The Media Made Me Do It
 (No. 802)
Who's to blame for all this violence on the tube, the media for creating it, or the public for watching? Are V-Chips the key to a less violent society? Gene Brodeur is joined by Carroll College Professor Brent Northrup, MSU-Bozeman Media & Theatre Arts Department Head Paul Monaco, and Montana PTA President Nancy Zadick as they weigh-in on the subject of violence in films and television and its impact on society. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/MontanaPBS, MSU. Contact Gene Brodeur (406) 994-3437. (First Aired Friday, September 24, 1999)