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September 8th, 2013
01:12 PM ET

Syria and the media

CNN's Arwa Damon joins guest host Frank Sesno with an update on the situation in Syria. Then, Shibley Telhami, Tara Sonenshine and Len Downie join Sesno to debate whether the horrific images of chemical attacks in Syria are affecting public opinion.


Filed under: Barack Obama • Chemical Weapons • Congress • Media • Media Criticism • Social Media • Syria • YouTube
September 8th, 2013
01:11 PM ET

Obama’s Syria struggle

Shibley Telhami, Tara Sonenshine and Len Downie return to the table with guest host Frank Sesno to discuss the media coverage of Syria and the president’s struggle to gain the support of Congress.


Filed under: Barack Obama • Congress • Media • Syria
September 8th, 2013
01:11 PM ET

Twitter on the campaign trail

CNN Digital’s National Political Reporter Peter Hamby joins Kevin Madden, Christina Bellantoni and guest host Frank Sesno to share his recent findings from a study focused on social media and the 2012 presidential campaign season.


Filed under: 2012 Campaign • Barack Obama • Media Criticism • Mitt Romney • Politics • Social Media • Twitter
September 8th, 2013
01:11 PM ET

The rebirth of longform journalism

Politico’s new longform editor Susan Glasser and guest host Frank Sesno discuss a resurgence of what was once considered a dying trade – the 5000+ word news article.


Filed under: Longform Journalism • Media • Politico
September 8th, 2013
01:11 PM ET

A new era at The Washington Post

When Jeff Bezos bought the legendary Washington-based newspaper, many questioned how involved the Amazon tycoon would be in the paper’s daily dealings. Vice President-at-large Len Downie, who worked at the paper for 44 years, joins Sesno to give his two cents on the Post’s future.


Filed under: Amazon • Jeff Bezos • Media • Washington Post
September 8th, 2013
01:10 PM ET

(Un)reliable Sources

Guest host Frank Sesno remarks on what makes a reliable source… and what doesn’t. (Teaser: Who knew a sex tape could teach you something outside the realm of sex?)


Filed under: Al Jazeera • Alyssa Milano • Edward Snowden • Egypt • New York Times • NSA • Sex Tape • Washington Post