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  • Up Close: February 3, 2014

    by TJC Staff
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    A new weekly series on The Jewish Channel, Up Close takes a deep dive into the issues. Click on the above button to listen to the audio-only version of this week’s episode.

    This week: NPR’s Bob Garfield, author of Can’t Buy Me Like, on the changing relationship between advertising, media and consumers; and Brandeis professor Theodore Sasson, author of The New American Zionism, challenges accepted notions about American Jews’ changing relationship to Israel.

    Get a taste of Up Close with the abbreviated web version below. You can watch the complete broadcast edition of Up Close on TJC-OnDemand on cable, or listen to the complete audio of the episode by clicking the button at the top of this post. Subscribe to our weekly audio-only podcast online at http://feeds.feedburner.com/tjcupclose or on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tjcs-up-close/id807702211.

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