Dr. Leigh-Davis’ Very, Very Educational Guest Appearance is Now Syndicated on the Internet
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(openPR) - Dr. Leigh-Davis inadvertently gives a lesson in law and the media, during her appearance on the television show "Media MashUp.”|
The episode of the TV show “Media MashUp” with featured guest Dr. Leigh-Davis is now airing in syndication all over the internet. Although some may find it lengthy, mundane, and similar to the television series of Charlie Rose; “Dr. Leigh-Davis gives a lesson in law and the media that is a lot more exciting than a college classroom lecture,” says editor Jackie Turow.
While telling jokes, reciting history, and using real life examples, Dr. Leigh-Davis discusses the current state of journalism and the future of media, among other things.
First, Dr. Leigh-Davis answers questions about her television show, “The Legal Analyst;” and describes what it is like being a TV news legal analyst. Then, Dr. Leigh-Davis explains her new position as editor-in-chief of Confidence Magazine. Subsequently, Dr. Leigh-Davis is interviewed about her start as an attorney and law professor.
Media MashUp is a TV talk show, exploring all facets of the media industry, and dissecting the differences in print, television, and radio journalism. Dr. Leigh-Davis has been writing, producing, and hosting TV for over 2 decades and she elaborates on how newspapers and magazines are disappearing from media. Also, Dr. Leigh-Davis discloses, the TV show “The Legal Analyst” is now changing to a celebrity focused, “Entertainment Tonight” style television show, with a legal twist.
Additionally, Dr. Leigh-Davis discloses: the producers of the TV show “The Doctors,” were considering producing another TV show called “The Lawyers,” and how this led to Dr. Leigh-Davis’ television show “The Legal Analyst.” Finally, Dr. Leigh-Davis speaks about current groundbreaking cases in the legal system; before giving some tips on how to be a great legal analyst. In conclusion, the discussion turns to why some stories get more broadcast coverage than others, like the death of Anna Nicole Smith. Then, there’s a discussion on how cable television and set top boxes, (a.k.a as streaming media boxes,) affect everything. On-air, (after some comments on Anderson Cooper,) Dr. Leigh-Davis says, “I will return soon to Media MashUp. I have been requested for a discussion on The Huffington Post.”
Dr. Leigh-Davis’ has two (2) new books on Amazon. Currently, Dr. Leigh-Davis is a full-time law professor who specializes in teaching the subjects of business, tort law, contract law, anthropology, writing, and legal ethics. In addition to being a law professor, Dr. Leigh-Davis is a retired attorney, anthropologist, and popular TV & media personality, who regularly appears as a legal analyst and legal correspondent on NBC news, CNN and Fox news. She is also the former host of the Court TV television show, “The Court is in Session.” More information about Dr. Leigh-Davis’ television, writing and radio projects, can be found on Dr. Leigh-Davis’ official website.
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