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Mon May 19, 2014
Tuesday Rundown: Could Pittsburgh Establish a New Form of Cyber Crime Indictment?
These topics air Tuesday May 20, 2014 at noon and 8pm on 90.5 WESA.
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International Cyber Crimes Against Pittsburgh Organizations
Five Chinese military officers have been charged with cyber-crimes aimed at stealing information from Pittsburgh based organizations including U.S. Steel, Westinghouse and Alcoa. But will they ever stand trial in a U.S. courtroom? U.S. Attorney David Hickton joins us for a discussion of where the case goes from here.
Do the Major Television Networks Still Matter?
Cable television shows and binge watching have become the new must see TV. With the quality and popularity of shows on cable such as Breaking Bad and Mad Men we’re asking the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s television writer Rob Owen if the major networks still matter. We’ll also get his thoughts on the changes to late night TV and the major networks fall schedules.
WESA Celebrates - Noah Hertzman
This 12-year-old humanitarian is turning dough into donations to feed the hungry. His work to help others is profiled in this week's WESA Celebrates.
The Business of Alternate Transportation
According to a Census report released last week, Pittsburgh ranks third among large cities with commuters walking to work. Residents of cities are looking for alternative transportation for a number of reasons. Among the reasons cited are convenience, saving money and environmental awareness. This week contributor Rebecca Harris looks at the business of alternate transportation.
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