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Bo Burnham's love-hate relationship with the web




Elsie Fisher plays a young teen who uses YouTube to cope with life in junior high school in Bo Burnham's
Elsie Fisher plays a young teen who uses YouTube to cope with life in junior high school in Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade."
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Here's the lineup for today:

Bo Burnham finds a voice for his angst

(Starts at 7:43)

The filmmaker and comedian got his start making YouTube videos as a teenager. But he has conflicted feelings about the Internet, so he put all that angst into his first feature film, "Eighth Grade." And he tells that story through the voice of a girl in junior high school.

Guest: Bo Burnham

Will songwriters get the last word?

(Starts at :45)

Congress could soon pass long-overdue updates to music copyright laws that will benefit songwriters. What will change under the new arrangement?

Guests: songwriters Kay Hanley and Michelle Lewis

'Bitter Melon' to screen at Outfest

(Starts at 19:33)

A Filipino-American black comedy directed by H.P. Mendoza explores how a young man's homosexuality is dealt with by his family.