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January 1st, 2012
01:50 PM ET

Media Monitor (Jan 1)

A New York Times executive's golden parachute, rape allegations against a sportswriter and more.


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    April 5, 2012 at 3:01 am | Reply
  2. n

    i was watching your show, and you lost me when you started talking about MSNBC's coverage of the upcoming iowa polls. you'd think a show about media missteps would check on things. the story was reported as if it was something new, MSNBC has had more or less the same line up for the last 4+ years, give or take Keith Obermann. so there's not much of a story there. another thing i find astounding is calling FOX's coverage as having real journalists, using Megan Kelly as a journalist. seriously? for a journalist you have an EXTREMELY low bar for what constitutes journalism. she is little more than a talking head, and, if you'd like to go head to head, Rachel Maddow has actually broke a few stories, thanks to her – gasp – journalism. remember the story about uganda's homophobic laws? that was Maddow's. what has Ms. kelly contributed?

    sloppy work for a show that is supposed to be critical of the news. perhaps you ought to get your own house in order first.

    January 1, 2012 at 9:19 pm | Reply
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