Howard Kurtz talks to Time's Managing Editor Rick Stengel about the new "person" of the year.
Gregg Doyel, Dave Zirin, and Howard Kurtz talk about the coverage of Tim Tebow.
Howard Kurtz talks to Andrew Kaczynski about his interest in finding old political videos.
Julie Mason, Dana Milbank, Ramesh Ponnuru and Howard Kurtz talk about Romney's return to Sunday TV.
By Pallavi Reddy, CNN
Another week and another debate hit our TV screens with just over two weeks to go until the Iowa caucus. We’ll have “The Press Pool” host Julie Mason, National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru, and Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank to talk about the latest political headlines. We’ll also be joined by someone you probably haven’t heard much about: Andrew Kaczynski—the 22-year-old who found an old video of Mitt Romney talking about the art of flip flopping and likes to “find stuff that seeped through the cracks.”
This week also began with a little shake up of Sunday morning news. ABC’s “This Week” host for the past 16 months Christiane Amanpour will leave the show and the former host, George Stephanopoulos is back in. Baltimore Sun television critic David Zurawik and Hollywood Reporter columnist Marisa Guthrie will be on to talk about that and Chelsea Clinton’s disastrous debut on Rock Center.
Also, in the world of sports (and now politics), people can’t stop talking about Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow whether it be his athleticism or his faith. Two sports journalists The Nation’s Dave Zirin and CBSSportsline.com columnist Gregg Doyel will be on to talk about the controversial athlete.
And finally we’ll have Time’s managing editor Richard Stengel on to talk about the magazine’s choice for person of the year in 2011.
This Sunday at 11a.m. EST on CNN.
Conservative commentator David Frum explains his criticism of Fox News and other conservative media outlets.
More Murdoch malfeasance, biased TV experts for hire and baseball's ban on scantily-clad journalists.
Politico's John Harris talks to Howard about his recently released political e-book.
Syracuse University professor Robert Thompson and Rachel Sklar of Mediaite on the impact of Jon Stewart and SNL on the 2012 race.
John Harris, Margaret Carlson and Matt Lewis l on why debates and TV appearances have become more important for candidates than old-fashioned campaigning