CS#6: Teresa Tomeo Talks About Noise

Teresa Tomeo is a veteran broadcast-journalist with more than 20 years of experience as a radio and TV news reporter and anchor woman mainly in the Detroit area. Despite her success and recognition, Teresa began to become disillusioned and disappointed by the trends in the media toward sensationalism, violence, and liberal bias. Six years ago Teresa decided to leave the secular media to help families and other concerned citizens engage the culture.

Teresa Tomeo is now a professional speaker, media consultant, syndicated Catholic talk show host, and author.

In our interview, Teresa talks about the effects of the media on us and our children and what we can do about it.  She also talks about the FCC report on television violence, the Don Imus controversy, the Virginia Tech shootings, rap music, and more.

Book Discussed in this podcast:

Noise – How Our Media-Saturated Culture Dominates Lives and Families

You can find more information on Teresa’s website at www.teresatomeo.com.

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One Response to CS#6: Teresa Tomeo Talks About Noise

  1. Art Sledziewski says:

    I am surprised at your complaint of noise.
    I am an avid listener of Catholic Radio, but, I am upset at the amount of too LOUD background music? while people are talking or praying. Why is all that noise necessary?? Are you trying to be to much like the secular radio???

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