Dartmouth College Launches 'The Briefing' On SiriusXM March 21st
March 18, 2015 at 1:17 PM (PT)
SIRIUSXM and DARTMOUTH COLLEGE will launch THE BRIEFING POWERED BY DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, an all-new radio show that dissects the history, facts and perspectives shaping the week's news, hosted by the school's Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER Professor of Government MICHAEL MASTANDUNO, this SATURDAY, MARCH 21st at 4p (ET) on SIRIUSXM INSIGHT, channel 121.
Broadcasting from the DARTMOUTH campus in HANOVER, NH, THE BRIEFING will offer listeners a rare opportunity to engage with the top minds from across the IVY LEAGUE campus, as well as interviews with distinguished scholars, alumni and expert guests who can provide real world insights, background, and analysis of key cultural, social, and political issues facing AMERICA, and the world.
“We are very excited to bring DARTMOUTH classrooms to the world,” said DARTMOUTH President PHIL HANLON. “Sharing the knowledge and experiences of our expert faculty through this partnership with SIRIUSXM enriches our traditional model of teaching and learning. I’m looking forward to listening to the robust, provocative, and important exchange of ideas.”
“We are thrilled to work with DARTMOUTH COLLEGE and to give our listeners access to some of the finest minds in higher education,” said SIRIUSXM President/Chief Content Officer SCOTT GREENSTEIN. “SIRIUSXM has worked with some of the country’s top institutions to create pioneering programming in medicine and business education. Now, with the help of DARTMOUTH, our subscribers will be able to connect with the headlines of our day in a deeper, more informed way.”
THE BRIEFING will air each week on SATURDAY at 4p (ET), with two rebroadcasts on SUNDAY at 6a and 7p (ET). After the broadcast, it will also be available on SIRIUSXM On Demand for subscribers listening via smartphones and other connected devices or online at siriusxm.com.
MASTANDUNO is an expert in international relations theory, U.S. foreign policy, and the politics of the global economy. His work examines U.S. economic and security strategy in the post-Cold War world, and the implications of the rise of CHINA for the world economy and the stability of the international system. He has published numerous articles in leading international relations journals, co-edited seven books, and is the author of Introduction to "International Relations and Economic Containment: Cocom and the Politics of East-West Trade." He joined DARTMOUTH’s faculty in 1987 and has been dean of the faculty since 2010.