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  • Keith Olbermann on Michele Bachmann: Was she speaking to an invisible camerman named Murray?

     
    OK, I confess. I thought I was made of sterner stuff, but I'm starting to officially miss "Countdown With Keith Olbermann." Rachel Maddow is just fine. Lawrence O'Donnell has potential. And Chris Matthews, well, has he ever gone 20 seconds......
  • Rachel Maddow's silly take on CNN, Bachmann

     
    I have a car in a snow drift somewhere between my home and the Sun office that I have to go and dig out. And I have a Sunday column for print that's way late.But I am still going to take a brief moment before dealing with such important stuff to address...
  • SOTU: CNN, Fox wisely cover Tea Party, Bachmann

     
    How to cover the Tea Party?That's been a question challenging the media for quite a while, and Tuesday night was no exception with U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann offering a Tea Party response to President Barack Obama's speech following the official GOP...
  • Fox News wins January; NBC’s Brian Williams wins last week

     
    Get your red-hot news ratings. In the cable-news race for January, Fox News Channel was a dominant first in prime time. MSNBC placed second, and CNN was third. Fox News averaged 1.82 million in prime time, far ahead of MSNBC with 831,000 and CNN with 669,...
  • New York Post blames Keith Olbermann's MSNBC flame-out on Ben Affleck?

     
    I guess it's no surprise that the New York Post is eagerly dumping on Keith Olbermann in the wake of his messy departure from MSNBC. But leave it to columnist Andrea Peyser (whom New York magazine once dubbed "the Madame......
  • Egypt TV: Courage, commitment in face of danger

     
    So far this week, TV journalism is doing itself proud on a landmark story in Egypt. And I think we ought to salute some of the folks who are putting their bodies and lives on the line to try and bring us the story against the wishes of the thug and goon...
  • 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...
  • Lawrence O'Donnell: Voice of MSNBC desperation

     
    I promised myself I was going to waste no more time this year on silly cable news ratings ploys. But I have to say, not since MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, that legendary American journalist, took it upon herself to try and ridicule the news judgment of CNN...
  • MSNBC: All heat, no light in Wisconsin coverage

     
    MSNBC is making a lot of self-important noise about its coverage of the protests in Madison, Wis., over attempts by Republican Gov. Scott Walker to cut the budget. On the plus side, MSNBC was the first of the cable news channels to commit to intense...
  • Good, bad, ugly media on Wisconsin budget fight

     
    Amid much ignorant and some outright false reporting on the budget battle in Wisconsin, there is also some good work being done on a complex story that is being spun at the highest levels.Take a look at this piece by Ed Henry, CNN's White House...
  • About (Late) Last Night: Rachel Maddow discusses Wisconsin protests with Jay Leno [Video]

     
    From Tunisia, Egypt and now Lybia, revolution is spreading across the Muslim world. On Tuesday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow stopped by "The Tonight Show" to talk about the remarkable changes taking place overseas -- and a growing protest movement......