Ryan Lizza, Tim Carney, Keli Goff and Howard Kurtz discuss the fallout from revelations that the Obama administration monitored Fox News reporter James Rosen as part of a leak investigation.
Following his move to SiriusXM, radio talk show host Michael Smerconish talks to Howard Kurtz about his political evolution and today’s polarized media landscape.
Columnist Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman gives Howard Kurtz a local perspective on covering the Oklahoma tornado and its devastating aftermath.
Katie Linendoll, Mario Armstrong and Howard Kurtz dissect Yahoo!’s acquisition of the popular blogging site, Tumblr and what it means for the future of the Internet giant.
Katie Linendoll, Mario Armstrong and Howard Kurtz take Google Glass for a test drive and discuss the pros and cons of this new “wearable technology.”
A controversial documentary featuring David Koch and reliance on prepared text leads reporters to misquote President Obama.
Following Monday’s devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma, images of destruction and stories of survival have been the focus of the national media’s attention. We’ll get a local perspective on how the storms have been covered from Berry Tramel, a longtime columnist for The Oklahoman.
We’ll discuss the tornadoes and troubling new revelations that the Obama administration targeted a Fox News reporter as part of a 2009 leak investigation with The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza, Tim Carney of The Washington Examiner and Keli Goff from TheRoot.com.
Radio talk show host Michael Smerconish sits down with Howard to discuss his new show on SiriusXM, his political evolution and his views on media polarization.
Finally we’ll assess the impact of Yahoo!’s billion dollar acquisition of blog site Tumblr with tech experts Katie Linendoll and Mario Armstrong, who will also introduce Howard to Google’s much-hyped new Glass technology.
Sunday morning, 11am ET.
Editor's note: Howard Kurtz is the host of CNN's "Reliable Sources."
(CNN) - The Cleveland kidnapping drama was unfolding on the airwaves, hour after hour, a riveting spectacle that was overshadowing every other conceivable story.
Nothing could possibly bump it from the nation's television screens - or so I thought.
When word came Wednesday afternoon that a verdict had been reached in the Jodi Arias murder trial, the focus of the cable news universe immediately shifted from Ohio to Arizona, where the defendant was convicted of first-degree murder.
It was a day of anguish and emotion - and a revealing Rorschach test of media values.
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A Politico profile of New York Times editor crosses the line, Reuters fires an indicted social media editor, and local anchor axed for f-bomb on his first day.
Ross Douthat and Howard Kurtz discuss whether reporters take sides when covering social policy issues.