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Politico's media blogger is predicting the "death" of the Sunday morning public affairs shows that once set the tone in American politics.
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On being authentically yourself In a beautiful story by The New Republic 's senior editor Noam Scheiber , he explains why he's majorly cutting down on speaking to his daughter in Hebrew.
CNN reporter Jeanne Moos sparked outrage in New Zealand and Australia for her coverage of the visit of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge to New Zealand, for mocking the dress and customs of the Maori people who greeted the royals.
As pro-Russian separatists [Putin front-men] in eastern Ukraine IGNORED the provisions of a cease-fire agreement requiring them to abandon their occupation of government buildings on Sunday, the country's acting prime minister appeared in a taped television interview and admitted that the country's military and security apparatus could NOT defend ... (more)
David Gregory of NBC's "Meet the Press" interviews President Obama in the White House on Dec. 29, 2012.
JANUARY 08: Moderator David Gregory speaks to the audiences prior to the NBC News Facebook Debate on 'Meet the Press' January 8, 2012 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, New Hampshire.
The public affairs shows - 'Meet The Press,' 'Face The Nation,' and 'This Week' - used to set the agenda for the nation's capital with their news-making interviews and immensely influential audience.
Good Lord, can someone just give Tapper a Sunday show and be done with it? As "Meet the Press" flails into third place under the leadership of David Gregory, and the institution of the Sunday show rides the downward slope toward irrelevance, NBC sent a psychologist to Gregory's friends and family on a hunt for Gregory's charm in an odd attempt to ... (more)
While reading my colleague Paul Farhi's story about NBC's David Gregory in this morning's Washington Post, I was surprised - scratch that, shocked - to learn that "Meet the Press" ranked third in the ratings when it comes to the " Sunday-morning Beltway blabfests ."
If David Gregory was a teacher he would be fired. The hand wringing across the land would be extraordinary.
If "Meet the Press" moderator David Gregory were a guest on his own show, he knows the kinds of questions he'd be asked.
A ppearing on NBC's "Meet the Press" with David Gregory, 39-year-old interim Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk appealed to what's left to the old McCarthy crowd [communist paranoics], asking the U.S. government to rebuild the Ukrainian military.
EXCLUSIVE: AN INITIAL AGREEMENT TO DE-ESCALATE THE Crisis IN UKRAINE HAS BEEN REACHED, BUT CAN IT HOLD? THE UKRANIAN PRIME MINISTER WILL HAVE THE LATEST ON THE SITUATION IN HIS COUNTRY AND WHAT COMES NEXT Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukrainian Prime Minister * * * THE U.S. RESPONSE: MEMBERS OF THE SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE BREAK DOWN THE IMPORTANCE ... (more)