Jane Hall, an Associate Professor of Journalism at American University, talks to Howard Kurtz about press coverage of sexual assault allegations against a former Yale quarterback, as well as separate allegations against a local news anchor in New York City.
Kathleen Parker and Clarence Page join Howard Kurtz to discuss a number of attacks on Newt Gingrich by the conservative media, as well as how the press has dealt with Mitt Romney's wealth.
A New York Times story on Apple's manufacturing practices; a local reporter takes on a Connecticut Mayor's dumb remark; four more arrested at Rupert Murdoch's The Sun; a local meteorologist corrects ABC's Diane Sawyer.
Kathleen Parker and Clarence Page join Howard Kurtz to discuss the media's change of heart over President Obama's chances at a second term.
Mark Barabak, Jackie Kucinich and Jeff Greenfield join Howard Kurtz to discuss Newt Gingrich's interactions with the press this week – from his admission of a bogus charge against ABC to his attacks on Mitt Romney.
Mark Barabak, Jackie Kucinich and Jeff Greenfield join Howard Kurtz to discuss Newt Gingrich's performance at the CNN debate this week.
Mark Barabak, Jackie Kucinich and Jeff Greenfield join Howard Kurtz to discuss the press coverage of President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday.
By Pallavi Reddy, CNN
Two more Republican debates and the president’s State of the Union set off another packed political week. Our panel of Los Angeles Times reporter Mark Barabak, USA Today’s Jackie Kucinich, and PBS’ “Need To Know” anchor Jeff Greenfield will dissect the media’s coverage of all these events. Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune and Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker will discuss the partisan politics of the week including why conservatives hate Newt. Plus, we’ll tackle the Yale quarterback story with the American University associate professor Jane Hall.
This Sunday at 11a.m. EST on CNN.
New York Times Public Editor, Arthur Brisbane discusses his controversial recent column with Howard Kurtz.
Unfortunate timing for a newspaper endorsement, some SOPA reporting that lacked full disclosure, Rupert Murdoch pays out and Brian Williams blog trouble.