November 6th, 2011
02:54 PM ET

Whitaker on race in media

CNN's executive V.P. Mark Whitaker and Howard Kurtz discuss cable's shortage of black anchors.

Filed under: CNN • Media • Race
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  1. Al

    You're kidding, right. The city owes anapology? These reporters were not "barred from doing thier jobs". They were barred from reporting FROM THE MIDDLE OF THE POLICE LINE!! Officers don't announce that "everyone needs to move back, except you news guys". Many of us are so sick of a media outlet commenting on the media and flying the "But I'M a reporter "flag. If a reporter ran out on a football field to ask a question of an NFL quarterback during a game, you would all call for his head. But if does the same thing to a police officer, he's just doing his job. Outrage? Censorship? Apology? Your kidding.

    November 20, 2011 at 12:21 pm | Reply

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