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  • CNN, John King, ABC, Brian Ross have nothing to apologize for with Gingrich

    CNN, John King, ABC, Brian Ross have nothing to apologize for with Gingrich
    In November, I advanced one of CNN's debates with a piece hoping aloud that Wolf Blitzer would not let Newt Gingrich bully him as the the former Speaker of the House had been doing to other debate moderators. Here's a bit of what I wrote: And so it...
  • This time, Gingrich's media critique falls flat

    Was Newt finally neutered? Newt Gingrich's attacks on debate moderators have been a staple of his run for the Republican nomination, and may very well have won him the South Carolina primary. But one week after the former House speaker savaged...
  • Poised Wolf Blitzer stands up to, backs down Gingrich in CNN debate

    Poised Wolf Blitzer stands up to, backs down Gingrich in CNN debate
    Yessssssss. God is in his heaven, and for a couple of minutes Thursday night during CNN's GOP debate, the relationship between the press and grandstanding TV politicians was finally back in balance. When moderator Wolf Blitzer asked Newt Gingrich if...
  • With stakes high in Florida, Romney keeps Gingrich on defensive

    With stakes high in Florida, Romney keeps Gingrich on defensive
    Picking up where their last debate left off, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich resumed battling Thursday night over personal integrity and the tenor of their respective campaigns, each accusing the other of unfair character attacks. Romney, clearly itching...
  • First look at HBO's 'Game Change' - A film so political in so many good ways

    First look at HBO's 'Game Change' - A film so political in so many good ways
    I just walked out of a dark room after spending two hours with the screener for "Game Change," the HBO film about the 2008 Republican presidential campaign of John McCain and Sarah Palin. Based on a best-selling, non-fiction book about the historic race,...
  • Here's where to go for the best GOP convention TV

    Here's where to go for the best GOP convention TV
    Forget the broadcast networks of ABC, NBC and CBS. And forget PBS, too, unless you are part of the minority that doesn't have cable or online access. Public television simply doesn't have the resources any longer to do any kind of original, first-rate...
  • Palin TV-movie 'Game Change' pushes the limits of docudrama

    Palin TV-movie 'Game Change' pushes the limits of docudrama
    Sarah Palin says it's a lie. Her press spokeswoman calls it "sick." Other supporters of the former Alaska governor refer to it as a "hit job" — concocted by Hollywood leftists and the liberal media. Filmed in and around Baltimore last year, "HBO"...
  • Goldberg: Tyranny of the typical

    Goldberg: Tyranny of the typical
    And now let us recall the "Fable of the Shoes." In his 1973 "Libertarian Manifesto," the late Murray Rothbard argued that the biggest obstacle in the road out of serfdom was "status quo bias." In society, we're accustomed to rapid change. "New products,...
  • Mubarak: US cable jumps gun, Al Jazeera shines

     
    Thursday was one of those crazed and maddening days in the world of cable TV when a historic moment was anticipated, and some in the world of cable TV news covered the event as a done deal whether or not they had any verified information that it was...
  • Egypt: What next? Television asks as it shows celebrations

     
    As the scenes of overjoyed Egyptian crowds filled the screens, television turned to questions of what happens next. An 18-day protest had brought down Hosni Mubarak. And now the hard part was beginning. CNN offered a strong series of interviews at midday....
  • Egypt: Television relays jubilation, then uncertainty — activist salutes Internet

     
    NBC anchor Brian Williams noted that there were millions in the streets celebrating Hosni Mubarak's stepping down as Egyptian president. Then Williams did something unusual: He paused, briefly, to let viewers hear the crowds. Cable news relayed the...