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
As Stephen Colbert is announced as David Letterman's replacement, Michelle Fields and Keli Goff debate the reaction to the pick on the left and the right.
Host Brian Stelter shares one of the funny media moments you might have missed this week.
After John Oliver’s first week in the Daily Show anchor chair, James Poniewozik joins Howard Kurtz to assess his performance.
Media critic Ken Tucker joins Howard Kurtz to discuss the history of The Tonight Show and the current late-night talk show landscape
Marisa Guthrie, Joe Concha and Gail Shister join Howard Kurtz to discuss NBC’s decision to drop the late night comedian.
Gail Shister, Marisa Guthrie and Howard Kurtz assess what the late night funnyman’s summer hiatus from The Daily Show will mean for him and the program.
After President Obama’s interviews on The Tonight Show and MTV, David Zurawik and Howard Kurtz discuss the effectiveness of these appearances as a campaign strategy.
Nia-Malika Henderson, Roger Simon, Jackie Kucinich and Howard Kurtz on attempts by Obama and Romney to tickle voters’ funny bones.
Patrick Gavin and Howard Kurtz review the week's other big debate; the "rumble" between Bill O'Reilly of Fox News and The Daily Show's Jon Stewart
Former "Saturday Night Live" star Darrell Hammond gives Howard Kurtz his insight into how to craft the perfect impression.