An Associate Professor in the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University in New York City. His research investigates the role of storytelling and communication technology in promoting networked movements for social justice. Much of his work focuses on local and global food systems, as he explores how food can best contribute to improved neighborhood health, environmental sustainability, and the rights and welfare of animals.
The best thing to do would be to prevent a problem like this from happening at all. People watch Jeopardy! Because they trust Jeopardy! to say what is true and what is false. When a person known for peddling pseudoscience and misinformation becomes the host, that audience naturally will feel disrespected. It's too late to change that. But they can let the audience know that they're listening and that they'll never take that trust for granted again.29 March 2021