Quiver Season 5: Episode 14
24 Feb. 2017

Quiver Season 5: Episode 14


Mike and Amanda are back for an all-new episode of Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast to recap the CW Arrow episode, “Spectre of the Gun.” How will Oliver respond to a shooting at City Hall? Is there more to Rene’s story than meets the eye? Why can’t all the episodes be this good!?! All these questions and more will be answered on this week’s all-new Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast!

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  1. Dana says:

    Hi Michael Cohen,
    As a fellow journalist it was nice to hear you being so passionate about Journalism.
    But I have to correct you about what you said on last week podcast (season 5 episode 14).
    Journalism is considered the FOURTH estate – not the fifth. In Democracy there are actually only three official estates (or branches of government): Legislative (parliament), Executive (government) and Judicial (the courts). Democracy is kept by each of them running independently of the others, and a system of checks and balances between them.
    Journalism or the news media is considered the unofficial fourth estate – as it is also necessary for a functioning democracy. It is a term set in the 18th century.
    The FIFTH estate is a relatively new term mostly relating to the non-mainstream media, (like bloggers or wikileaks for example) which does not abide by the same ethic/professional rules mainstream media tends to follow (such as: cross check sources, verification, off the record etc’).
    You were mentioning Entertainment News but referring mostly to Gossip news (which is only a brunch of entertainment news). Take a magazine such as “Rolling Stone” for example, a very respected high standard entertainment news magazine, which follows high journalism standards, and I think you will be honored to consider yourself among such.
    I myself am not an American, Canadian or from your side of the pond, so please forgive any spelling or grammatical mistakes – it is very late, or actually very early, on my part of the world.

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