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  • Brian Williams and the cult of the 'action anchor'

    Brian Williams and the cult of the 'action anchor'
    As Brian William takes a few days off, licking his wounds or twisting slowly in the wind, it's worth remembering that network TV news anchors aren’t the celebrities they used to be.  The Pew Research Center has been recycling the results of a 2013...
  • Cloyd Taylor Jr.: Emmy-winning network cameraman witnessed Selma

    Cloyd Taylor Jr.: Emmy-winning network cameraman witnessed Selma
    His house was one of those flat, two-bedroom, concrete-block houses built in the late 1950s with an American flag pole in the front yard. But inside the unremarkable home was the storage trunk of a man who stood on the edge of history. The trunk was...
  • Brian Williams gaffe leads him to brink of public impeachment

    Brian Williams gaffe leads him to brink of public impeachment
    Producer Jane Craig: "You could get fired for things like that." Newscaster Tom Grunick: "I got promoted for things like that." "Broadcast News" (1987) We cast our TV newscasters much the way we cast our political leaders. It's as easy to imagine...
  • Brian Williams suspended amid Iraq war scandal

    An exaggerated tale of combat in which no one was injured has proved injurious to the career of Brian Williams, who was suspended for six months without pay from his post at the top-rated “NBC Nightly News.” The swift punishment for Williams...
  • A surprising defender of Brian Williams

    A surprising defender of Brian Williams
    If anyone would be upset with Brian Williams, I figured that it would be Doug Sterner. The decorated Vietnam veteran has made a career out of tracking down heroes who deserve to be honored and exposing the "stolen valor" of phonies who don't. That...
  • Debate brews over whether NBC's Brian Williams can survive controversy

    A vigorous debate over Brian Williams' future is brewing as "NBC Nightly News" aired Monday without the decade-long anchor. Some critics suggest that Williams, who apologized last week for falsely claiming that he was in a helicopter that had been hit by...
  • Debate brews over whether NBC's Brian Williams can survive controversy

    Debate brews over whether NBC's Brian Williams can survive controversy
    A vigorous debate over Brian Williams' future is brewing as "NBC Nightly News" aired Monday without the decade-long anchor. Some critics suggest that Williams, who apologized last week for falsely claiming that he was in helicopter that had been hit...
  • Cubs radio job draws hundreds of pros ... and fans

    Cubs radio job draws hundreds of pros ... and fans
    A dream job proved that some Cubs fans are huge dreamers. WBBM-AM 780, the new radio outlet for the Cubs, has been actively looking to hire a third person to join Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer on the game broadcasts. A decision is expected shortly on who...
  • 'SNL' reunion scores prime ratings

    'SNL' reunion scores prime ratings
    That "Saturday Night Live" reunion lost viewers in later hours, but the special still attracted a huge audience: 23.1 million, according to early numbers. The event rolled on for three and a half hours. In a "Wayne's World" skit, Dana Carvey joked...
  • WGA Awards 2015: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and 'The Imitation Game' take top honors

    At its annual awards show, one of the final bellwethers before the Academy Awards, the Writers Guild of America honored Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” a quirky fable about a feud over a widow's fortune, and Morten Tyldum's...
  • Brian Williams' fib

    Brian Williams' fib
    Back during the Vietnam War, CBS news anchorman Walter Cronkite was judged in the polls to be "the most trusted man in America" for his straightforward nightly reports. When he went to Vietnam and returned saying the war was "mired in stalemate," it was...