2022: 29th Annual Great American Think-Off debate on YouTube
2021: 28th Annual Great American Think-Off debate on YouTube
2020: Facebook Watch Party of The Great American Think-Off documentary film hosted by Director Nik Nerburn: TRT 55:35 (2019), featuring the 2018 Great American Think-Off.
2019: The Great American Think-Off documentary directed by Nik Nerburn
Follow along as a stay-at-home mom from Nashville, a chess champion from Virginia Beach, a business consultant from Austin, and a barista from New Orleans are all pitted against one another, publicly pondering the 2018 question: what has more of an impact on shaping one’s life – success or failure? “The Great American Think-Off” is a new documentary about one small town with lots of big ideas. Directed by Nik Nerburn TRT 55:35 2019
2018: 2018 Think-Off Debate on YouTube
2015: Leif Wallin on The Moth talking about his experience with the Think-Off
2014: Lakeland Public Television announces 2015 question
2011: Lakeland Public Television story on Marsh Muirhead
2000: C-SPAN – Is Democracy Fair?
1999: C-SPAN – Which is More Dangerous – Science or Religion?
1998: C-SPAN – Is Honesty Always the best policy?
2023: Radio interviews about the 2023 Think-Off on It Takes 2 with Amy & JJ of KFGO 790 AM:
2021: WCCO Radio Real Talk with Roshini – Which is more important: to win or to play by the rules?
2014: MPR documentary by Evan Johnson
2012: Short radio interview of Marsh Muirhead returning to Think-off
2007: American Public Media Joe Kaiser reading his essay
1996: NPR Interview
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2021: University of Minnesota Alumni Magazine, The Great American Think-Off
2015: Boston Globe, The Great American Think-Off ™ Releases 2015 Essay Question: Does Technology Free Us or Trap Us?
2015: Kansas City Star: The Great American Think-Off ™ Releases 2015 Essay Question: Does Technology Free Us or Trap Us?
2015: TwinCities.com, Minnesota’s Great American Think-Off asks: ‘Does tech free us or trap us?’
2013: StarTribune, Think-Off Goes Beyond Questions
2012: WCCO, 4 Finalists Named For Great American Think-Off
2012: examiner.com, Writing leader thinks on feet for Great American Think-Off
2011: Southwest Journal, Story by finalist Doug Wilhide about his experience
2008: Fox News, Oregon Man Tackles Illegal Immigration to Win Great American Think-Off
2008: Portland Tribune: Winner Craig Allen humble Home Depot employee
2008: NBC weird news announcing winner Craig Allen
2007: Washington Post: Question Announcement
1998: Los Angeles Times: Home of America’s Greatest Thinker
1998: New York Times, THINK TANK; Great American Think-Off: Take 4 Debaters, Stir, Serve to Crowd
1998: Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Sun Writer Enters Contest