Floyd Abrams appears in the following:
Friday, October 06, 2017
We speak with free speech attorney Floyd Abrams about the First Amendment for this week's Please Explain.
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
A deep dive into the First Amendment.
Friday, November 14, 2014
Operas rarely make headlines, but most don't jump into the world's most divisive issues. As Klinghoffer's run at the Met ends, we ask critics and the show's creators if it succeeded.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Yesterday, a military judge found Pvt. Bradley Manning not guilty of “aiding the enemy” for releasing hundreds of thousands of classified military documents to WikiLeaks. Amidst the m...
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Nearly two years ago, a bitterly divided Supreme Court ruled that the American government could not ban political spending by corporations and labor unions during electoral campaigns. The case, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, overruled important precedents about the First Amendment rights of corporations and dramatically altered the way campaigns are conducted.
Tuesday, January 01, 2008
, visiting professor in first amendment law at Columbia University, John Walsh
, libel lawyer on Wall Street, Catharine MacKinnon
, lawyer, academic and anti-pornography campaigner, and Judith Miller
, former New York Times journalist, debate the extent of free speech in America.
Friday, October 22, 1999
Movies: The (Im)morality of Fight Club and Scorsese and Schrader on their latest film and the state of Hollywood
Thursday, July 02, 1998
Oops, We Goofed: CNN and Time retract their reports about the U.S. using nerve gas in Laos. And the Cincinnati Enquirer and Gannett apologize for a report on a hometown corporation.
Sunday, November 30, 1997
Floyd Abrams joins Brian Lehrer and a panel of First Amendment scholars and advocates.
Sunday, June 16, 1996
The Pentagon Papers at 25 and reporting on Russian elections.
Sunday, December 31, 1995
Stop the presses! Using non-libel law to stop news from being reporting.
Sunday, December 12, 1993
Did the backlash to Cop Killer kill Ice-T's career? Gangsta rap and the First Amendment.
Sunday, July 04, 1993
Host Jane Hall discusses privacy and the media with Larry Sutton of New York Daily News, Roger Rosenblatt, & Floyd Abrams. (rebroadcast)
Sunday, April 18, 1993
There's a riot goin' on - Alert the media.