Sunday, September 21

Did Roger Goodell save his job? Anthony Weiner on why the public doesn't trust the media; the ethical challenges for journalists in reporting on ISIS propaganda videos

Did Roger Goodell save his job? Anthony Weiner on why the public doesn't trust the media; the ethical challenges for journalists in reporting on ISIS propaganda videos

February 3rd, 2013
12:54 PM ET

Media Monitor- Feb 3

 

Chris Cuomo lands at CNN, Chinese hackers hit the New York Times, a Mediaite article on the difference between “Bush’s media” and “Obama’s media,” and Linda Carson proves she can handle anything after a goat attack.

 

 


Filed under: Media Monitor
February 3rd, 2013
12:52 PM ET

Super Bowl Ads Surface

Barbara Lippert and Howard Kurtz analyze the strategy behind companies releasing teaser ads and why the media plays along.


Filed under: Pop Culture • Sports
February 3rd, 2013
12:51 PM ET

Costas Channels Howard Cosell

Bob Costas talks about why he is so hard to impersonate and also gives us his own impression of a legendary sportscaster.

For more of the impression click here


Filed under: Bob Costas • Sports
February 3rd, 2013
12:46 PM ET

Geraldo For Senate? Really?

Pete Dominick, Marisa Guthrie and Howard Kurtz discuss whether the talk show stalwart is really serious about a Senate bid.


Filed under: Congress • Fox News • Geraldo
February 3rd, 2013
12:44 PM ET

MSNBC edits Newtown Video

Terence Smith, Amy Holmes, Dana Milbank and Howard Kurtz on the controversy over how MSNBC presented the testimony of a grieving Sandy Hook father.


Filed under: Bias • Media Criticism • MSNBC
February 3rd, 2013
12:43 PM ET

The Media’s Hillary Lovefest

As Hillary Clinton leaves the post of America’s top diplomat, Terence Smith, Amy Holmes, Dana Milbank and Howard Kurtz examine the media fanfare surrounding her final week.


Filed under: Al Gore • Al Jazeera • Blog • Media Criticism
February 3rd, 2013
12:43 PM ET

The Media’s Sports Hype Machine

Bob Costas talks to Howard Kurtz about how the media hypes sports, athletes and big games like today’s Super Bowl.


Filed under: Bob Costas • Sports